The Great Lakes Center for Children's Environmental
Education & Training
faculty is available to present Grand Rounds, residency lectures, and presentations to other healthcare professionals and community groups on pediatric environmental health. Topics include taking an environmental health history, overview of children's environmental health, the toxic effects of mercury and lead exposure, environmental triggers of asthma, endocrine disruptors, and indoor air quality among others. Those who are interested in scheduling a presentation on a specific children's environmental health issue for your group are invited to call us at 312-633-5310.
Center is involved in ongoing development of web-based case studies pertaining
to children's environmental exposures and health issues for health care
providers. For those wishing to obtain CME credit, one and one-half hours
credit is available upon completion of each case study.
Parathion Case Study
Exposure Case Study