For Health Care Providers
Our educational programs for health care providers focus on asthma, obesity, and other environmental health concerns – keeping physicians and nurses up to date on important environmental health science research findings.
Occupational & Environmental Medicine Grand Rounds
Occupational and Environmental Medicine Grand Rounds consist of a case presentation by a second-year resident physician in the HSPH Occupational and Environmental Medicine Residency, followed by a discussion led by a Harvard School of Public Health faculty member or medical specialist. Presentations center on real clinical cases encountered by our second-year residents during their training.
- Click here for more details and to see recordings of previous Grand Rounds.
(Grand Rounds are co-sponsored by the Harvard-NIOSH Education and Research Center (T42 OH008416), the Environmental and Occupational Medicine and Epidemiology Program, the Department of Environmental Health, and funded in part by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health and the Harvard-NIEHS Center for Environmental Health (P30 ES000002)).
Pediatric Health Care Provider Scholarship
Provides partial scholarship funding for community-based pediatricians and other pediatric health care providers to attend a day-long training offered by Children’s Hospital Boston in November of each year. Interested health care providers should contact Ann Backus at email@example.com to apply.
- The most recent “Advances in Pediatric Health Care” course was held on Wednesday, November 13, 2013 at the Sheraton Colonial Boston North Hotel & Conference Center in Wakefield, MA. Please check this page early next fall for the November 2014 conference information.
- Click here for the 2013 Advances Brochure.
Environmental Health for Nurses Collaborative
In collaboration with the NIEHS’ Children’s Environmental Health Sciences Core Center at the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, we are developing case-studies for nurses that enable nurse educators to build environmental health into existing nursing curricula.
Case studies on Lyme Disease, Arsenic exposure, and Mercury exposure will be available to practicing nurses and nurse educators for credits through a dedicated website.
To learn how you can be part of our Community Outreach,
contact our Outreach Team.