Building Health Professional Capacity to Reduce Public Exposure to Indoor Pollutants
ACPM Staff, IAQ Initiative
Michele Surricchio, MPH, CHES
ACPM has a catalogue of six archived webcasts, featuring national leaders in indoor air issues discussing best practices, research and tools available for health care professionals. These webcasts focus on educating the clinical workforce on prevention and management of exposure to indoor asthma triggers and environmental tobacco smoke, especially for socio-economically disadvantaged and/or disproportionately impacted populations.
Managing Indoor Asthma Triggers: Realistic Approaches for Health Care Providers
The Right to Breathe: The Medical-Legal Effort to Clean Up Indoor Air
Reducing the Risk: Detecting and Preventing Exposure to Radon and Mold
A Systematic Community-Based Approach to Practicing Effective Asthma Management
Using Technology and Media to Improve the Reach of Asthma Prevention in At-Risk Populations
These programs were developed under Cooperative Agreement No. XA-833127-01 awarded by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. It has not been formally reviewed by EPA. The views expressed in these activities are solely those of American College of Preventive Medicine and EPA does not endorse any products or commercial services mentioned in these programs.