Virtual Conference
Topics & Presenters

OSHA Compliance for Hazard Reduction/EliminationMichael Sharp, Director of Training HMS/FACS, Forensic Analytical Consulting Servicres
Waste Handling - Hazardous vs. Regulated Issues: How they differ between Houses, Apartments and Multi-Building Complexes Michael SharpMichael Sharp, Director of Training HMS/FACS, Forensic Analytical Consulting Servicres
Radon in Affordable HousingCarolina Gomez, Don King and Shalynn Robinette, Home Forward Organization
How to Communicate Your Message to Local Leadership and Elected OfficialsAnthony Santiago, National Lead of Cities
Adverse Effects from Pesticide ExposureJoseph Laquatra, Jr., Cornell University Dept. of Design and Environmental Analysis
Using the Healthy Homes Guides and Smartphone App for Tribal CommunitiesKandace Fisher and Michael Goldschmidt, University of Missouri Extension
Strengths of Home-Embedded Community Health Workers as the Poklicy Mechanism for Removing the Social Barriers to HealthDaniel Price, University of Houston, Community Health Worker Initiative
Making a Healthy Homes Partnership Work in Your CommunityKandace Fisher and Michael Goldschmidt, University of Missouri Extension
Child Housing Assessment for a Safe Environment: A New Tool for Injury Prevention Inside the HomeWendy Schields, Johns Hopkins Center for Injury Research and Policy, and Hector Marino, Green & Healthy Homes Initiative
How to Respond to the Media Regarding Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Efforts in Your CommunityJoyce Klein-Rosenthal, Earth Institute at Columbia University
How and Why Community Health Workers (CHWs) Should be Brought into Lead Poisoning Prevention "Ecosystem"Elyse Pivnick, Isles Organization
Elements of a Community Health Workers (CHWs) Lead Training CourseElyse Pivnick, Isles Organization
Results of the American Healthy Homes Survey II which Assessed LBP Hazards in U.S. HousingPeter Ashley, HUD Office of Lead Hazard Control and Healthy Homes
Home Safe Home: Foundations in Home Injury PreventionWendy Schields, Johns Hopkins Center for Injury Research and Policy
The Link between Children's Health and Environmental Hazards Found in Child Care FacilitiesKathy Attar, Children's Environmental Health Network
Lead and Toxics Program: Community Identified and Culturally Appropriate Strategies and ActionsCandance Jackson and Brad Kramer, King County and Seattle, WA Public Health
Research Findings on the Use of Aerosol Foggers vs. Baits for Roach ControlCoby Schal, North Carolina State University
Campaigning for Clean Air: A Community-based Approach on Advocating for Local Smoke-free Multi-unit HousingKeri Hess, Health Education Council
Overcoming Barriers: Educating Latino Communities about the Dangers of E-cigarettesKeri Hess, Health Education Council
Protecting Field Staff from the Spread of Bed BugsJenna Heiar, Cerro Gordo County, IA Public Health
Healthy Housing Advocacy 101Darcy Scott and Sarah Goodwin, National Safe and Healthy Housing Coalition
EPA Rule on Lead in WaterTom Neltner, Environmental Defense Fund
Engaging Child Care Facility Owners to do Lead Hazard Control WorkKate Kirkwood, K Kirkwood Consulting
How to Effectively Train Community Health Workers to do Healthy Housing WorkKate Kirkwood, K Kirkwood Consulting
Whether the Addition of a Home-Based Environmental intervention to an In-Clinic Asthma Protocol Resulted in Improved Astham Control and Qualilty of LifeRebecca Jensen and Wini Hamilton, Baylor College of Medicine
Emerging Healthy Homes Issues and Educational ResourcesMegan Hughes and Neasha Graves, University of North Carolina Institute for the Environment
Reducing Asthma Triggers in the Home through Cockroach Control MeasuresCoby Schal, North Carolina State University
Thirdhand Smoke Residue: An Overlooked Source of Lead in Settled House DustGeorg Matt, San Diego State University
Lead in PregnancyOlga Apt-Dudfield and Joann Mercedes, Children's Hospital at Montefiore
Patterns of Pest Infestation and Pesticide Use in Low-income HousingChanglu Wang, Rutgers University
Policy Opportunities with the New Administration and CongressA Panel Discussion

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