October 24 — Lead and Environmental Toxins Training
Who Should Attend: Doctors and PAs, Nurses, Medical Administrators. Health Educators, Outreach Workers, Community Organizations
What: A one day presentation by leading experts on childhood lead poisoning prevention and other environmental toxins.
When: Wednesday, October 24, 2012
Morning Session (continuing education units)
8:00am breakfast, 8:30am—12:30pm:
- The Crime of the Century: Our Failure to Prevent Lead Pandemic
- Dr. Bruce P. Lanphear, MD, MPH
- Targeting High Risk Areas of Childhood Lead Poisoning in Los Angeles County
- Qian Guo, PhD, MPH
- Toxicology and the New CDC Recommendations for Childhood Lead Poisoning
- Dr. Cyrus Rangan, MD, FAAP, ACMT
- Environmental Toxins and Child Development
- Dr. Dean Baker, MD, MPH
- Community Resources for Medical Providers
Afternoon Session (panel discussion)
- The Intersections of Toxic Exposure, School Performance and the Prison Pipeline
- Shaping Policy Solutions By & For Community Organizers
Where: Good Samaritan Hospital, Moseley-Salvatori Conference Center
636 S. Lucas Avenue, Los Angeles, 90017
Cost for the Morning Session
Early Bird: $65 (On/before October 16) Regular: $75. Scholarships available. CMEs, CEUs and CHES units pending approval.
Breakfast and lunch provided.
No Charge for the Afternoon Session
More information: Please contact Debbie Reff at 323 869-7089, firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.