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Webinars

Since 2002, CHE has provided conference calls that span a wide variety of topics related to the latest environmental health science. These are a cornerstone of our mission to provide multiple educational forums for sharing and discussing the emerging scientific research on a range of environmental factors that can contribute to disease and disability, with the goal of protecting the health of families, children and communities. 

As of May 2017, CHE is also offering webinars. Those who RSVP will receive a link to access the webinar. Participants may call in for the audio portion only if needed or preferred, and slides will be available for download on our webinar pages for those who call in. The webinars will be recorded, and videos will be posted on our webinar pages. 

Upcoming Webinars

January 29, 2020

From the St. Lawrence River to St. Lawrence Island: The role of community engaged research in achieving environmental health and justice

February 12, 2020

Distract, Dismiss, Delay: How industries and organizations manufacture doubt, to the detriment of environmental health

Recent Webinars

January 15, 2020

Maternal and neonatal effects of in utero exposure to perfluoroalkyl ether acids in the Sprague-Dawley rat

January 14, 2020

Cognitive decline, dementia, and Parkinson’s disease: Environmental contributors and potential pathways to prevention

December 10, 2019

Consensus on the key characteristics of endocrine-disrupting chemicals as a basis for hazard identification

December 5, 2019

Climate Change and Infectious Diseases: Vector-borne Diseases and Valley Fever

December 4, 2019

The Perilous State of Federal Scientific Research: Retired NIEHS Director, Dr. Linda Birnbaum Discusses How Sidelining Science Threatens Public Health

November 20, 2019

Climate Change and Extreme Weather Events

October 23, 2019

Beyond TEDX

October 16, 2019

Threats to Drinking Water and Public Health in Alaska: The Scope of the PFAS Problem, Consequences of Regulatory Inaction, and Recommendations