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AHEConnect Course-Pesticide Related Illness and Health Issues

The purpose of this course is to prepare providers to diagnose and treat acute pesticide poisoning and to increase their awareness of health problems associated with chronic pesticide exposure. While the focus of the course is on workers in agricultural settings, the course contents are also applicable for treating all pesticide related illness.

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AOEC Pesticide Training Modules for Training Clinicians

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Fact Sheet- Key Revisions to the Worker Protection Standard

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Worker Protection Standard (WPS) provides basic workplace protections to farmworkers and pesticide handlers to minimize the adverse effects of pesticide exposure. EPA announced major revisions to the WPS in September 2015. MCN and FJ's fact sheet provides a summary of the revised regulation.

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Pacific Northwest Agricultural Safety and Health Center, University of Washington

Presentations by Pacific Northwest Agricultural Safety and Health Center (PNASH): 

 

1. Age Considerations: Impacts on Pesticide Exposure and Health Outcomes

2. How to Identify the Products Your Patients are Exposed to

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Pesticide Exposure and Treatment Education for Healthcare Providers

This course is for clinicians and outreach workers and is produced by The Casa y Campo Project at Wake Forest University School of Medicine in partnership with the Department of Family and Community Medicine and Northwest AHEC. Please contact Thomas Arcury -tarcury@wfubmc.edu to order a cd.

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The Clinicians Role in Addressing Occupational Health Risks of Adolescent Migrant Farmworkers

This is an MCN online course.  The primary objective is to ensure clinicians serving migrant and underserved communities are aware of general childhood agricultural safety and health concerns. This will be accomplished in a way that increases the clinicians’ ability to provide effective healthcare to their patients by assessing and understanding agricultural health risks.

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Webinar | Pesticide Poisonings - Are you prepared? (April 2017)


MCN webinar Pesticide Poisonings - Are You Prepared?

DATE: April 20, 2017 @ 12 pm (CT)

SPEAKERS: James Roberts, MD, MPH

 

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