Birth Outcomes and Maternal Proximity to Natural Gas Development in Rural Colorado
Nationally renowned doctors and scientists are joining the Center for Environmental Health for a series of webinars that will give you resources and information in the fight against fracking.
Many of the chemicals associated with gas extraction and development have been connected with acute and chronic health problems in children and women, including respiratory, neurological, reproductive, and developmental impacts. This webinar series focuses on our current understanding of possible impacts and how we can advance our knowledge through research, medicine, and public health practice.
Each of these presentations is part of a six-week series beginning Monday, April 21st. The webinars will run 45-60 minutes, each featuring presentations by experts in the field of environmental health, medicine, and public health. They will each include 10-15 minutes for Q & A.
Featured Speaker: Lisa McKenzie, PhD, MPH, Colorado School of Public Health
Who should participate? Professionals in the health research and science community.
Space is limited, register online.
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