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A three-part webinar series on lead and public health.
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Flint Water Crisis and Beyond

A three-part webinar series on lead and public health
The drinking water crisis in Flint, Michigan has raised public health concerns about lead exposure, the U.S. water supply infrastructure and the authority to enforce safe and sanitary conditions. Join the leadership of the American Public Health Association in a webinar series about the impact of lead exposure on health.

RegisterFlint and Lead: The Water/Public Health Connection
March 16, 2015 | 1 p.m. EDT 
Susan Buchanan, MD, MPH, Stephen J. Randtke, PhD, PE, Ella Greene-Moton, and Melissa Essex Elliott
Recent reports of elevated blood lead levels in children in Flint, Michigan, have brought national attention to the role of drinking water in lead exposure. Important questions are being raised about changes in drinking water chemistry, what can be done to control lead exposure through drinking water, and how local water utilities and the public health community can work together. Join APHA and the American Water Works Association for an interactive discussion about the current state of science related to the health risks posed by lead and the value of engaging the water systems sector.

1 CPH continuing education credit is available for this webinar. Recordings of APHA webinars are made available after the live event. Register to recieve notifications. 

Upcoming webinars in this series:
Public Health Authority over Drinking Water Quality

April 5, 2016, 1 p.m. EDT
Mona Hanna-Attisha, MD, MPH, FAAP and William Piermattei, JD

Working Together to Address Lead Exposure in our Communities
Week of April 25
David E. Jacobs, PhD, CIH

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