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CHE Partnership call: Exploring Multifactorial Contributors to Disease Outcomes: The Possible Role of Acetaminophen in Asthma and Autism
Tues, June 7

 

CHE Partnership call: Precautionary Control Measures for Occupational ELF Magnetic Fields
Wed, June 22
Hosted by the EMF Working Group

 

CHE Partnership call: Interactive Effects of Multiple Pesticides on Human Health – A 2016 California Report
Thurs, July 7


CHE Partnership call: Autism Pathways Analysis: A Functional Framework and Clues for Further Investigation
Thurs, July 21

 

5/24/16: MP3 recording available: The Human Microbiome and Health Effects on Prenatal Microbiome Exposure
 

5/18/16: MP3 recording available: Signaling Mechanisms by Which Xenoestrogen Pollutants Disrupt Normal Estrogenic Signaling


5/11/16: MP3 recording available: From Appalachia to Alaska: Coal Development and the Environmental Justice Movement
 

4/28/16: MP3 recording available: Glyphosate: The Increasing Use of GBHs Worldwide and Implications for Human Health


4/27/16: MP3 recording available: The Ecology of Breast Cancer: Opportunities for Prevention


4/20/16: MP3 recording available: Increasing Trends in Male Reproductive Disorders, Environmental Exposures, and Implications for Human Health


4/6/16: MP3 recording available: Toxic Safety: Flame Retardants, Chemical Controversies, and Environmental Health


4/5/16: MP3 recording available: Looking Toward Green Chemistry: A Conversation with a Pioneer in the Field, Dr. Terrence Collins


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CHE Partners on why they value our work

RSVP: 50 Years After "Silent Spring": Pesticides, Children's Health and the State of the Science (Oct 11)

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Some CHE partners have queried why CHE only offers audio conferencing, rather than webinars. Here are our reasons:

  • CHE strives to make all our Partnership calls available to as many people as possible, both in the US and internationally. To achieve this goal, we have chosen to use a simple audio conferencing system because it does not require a participant to download or install any special software or plugins or even to be at a computer when calling in. (Access to a computer or mobile device is only required to download presentation slides.)

  • This system also keeps our costs lower so we can provide more calls than would otherwise be possible (an average of 3-5 per month).

  • In addition, audio conferencing significantly reduces the amount of bandwidth and server space required compared to webinars, and for some CHE partners, that is an important consideration.

We fully realize that webinars have some very useful features - and we may occasionally employ those in certain circumstances. In general, however, our top priority is making sure access to the latest environmental health science is never more than a phone call away.

 

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