Chemicals, Pollutants, and Pregnancy: A Reproductive Environmental Health Conference
October 10, 2018
Chemicals, Pollutants, and Pregnancy: A Reproductive Environmental Health Conference – hosted by Great Lakes Center for Children's Health and the Environment, Region 5 PEHSU
Student Center West, Room 218/219
828 S. Wolcott Ave, Chicago, IL 60612
- Apply screening and reporting criteria to prenatal patients to determine need for and management of blood lead levels.
- Identify common environmental exposures that potentially threaten the health and wellness of our patients and their offspring.
- Describe how prenatal exposure to natural and synthetic estrogens target the fetal prostate epithelium
- Apply knowledge from today’s presentations to improve screening for toxic environmental exposures in your practice.
- Utilize recommended resources to refer your patients for more information about toxic environmental exposure.
Hosted by the Great Lakes Center for Children’s Environmental Health/Region 5 Pediatric Environmental Health Specialty Unit.
For questions, please contact Emily Szwiec at firstname.lastname@example.org