Thursday March 18, 2010
â€œHazardous Chemicals in Health Care, A Snapshot
of Chemicals in Doctors and Nursesâ€
The CDCâ€™s National Biomonitoring Program, the National Report
on Human Exposure to Environmental Chemicals, and Physicians
for Social Responsibilityâ€™s biomonitoring study, will be discussed.
Speaker: Holly Carpenter, BSN, RN, is a Senior Staff Specialist
for the American Nurses Associationâ€™s Center for Occupational and
Thursday April 22, 2010
â€œHow Safe is Your Make-Up?
The ugly truth behind the beauty industry.â€
This presentation will discuss the use of toxic chemicals as
ingredients in cosmetic and personal care products; highlight lack
of federal policy to protect and ensure safety, and identify at least
three ways in which the consumer can decrease his or her exposure
Speaker: Michelle Lauer, MSN, RN, BC
Thursday May 20, 2010
â€œHealthy Spaces for Healthier Indoor Environmentsâ€
Do you feel better when outside the home or workplace after
several hours? Are you buying, building, or remodeling a healthier
home? Do you have symptoms or a medical condition and want to
know what environmental factors contribute to your condition? Do
you want to make your living spaces healthier, greener or more
This lecture will help you understand how your indoor environment
impacts your health and guide you to healthy solutions. It will help
identify issues that may pose health problems and recommend ways
that can help you create a healthier indoor environment to benefit
your familyâ€™s health.
Speaker: Jim Quigley, MS, BBEC, Owner of Healthy Spaces
All lectures will take place at John H. Ammon Center Auditorium, Christiana Care, Newark, DE 7-8:30 PM.
1.0 FREE contact hour will be offered for each lecture
The Delaware Nurses Association is accredited as a provider of Continuing Nursing Education by the American
Nurses Credentialing Center Commission (ANCC) on accreditation.
RSVPs appreciated, please call (302) 998-3141 or e-mail email@example.com
Please bring your plastic shopping bags to the lecture for recycling by Precision Air Convey of Newark, DE who are
creating experimental uses for post-consumer waste.
Nurses Healing Our Planet is ad hoc committee of the Delaware Nurses Association that work to promote the health of Delawareans
by advocating for a clean environment through education, outreach, legislation and policy.
A formatted flyer is here.
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