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Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention: Updated Policies and Best Clinical Practices

NC State Laboratory of Public Health | Wednesday, March 4, 2020

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2020 Clinical Lead Training
Watch full training recording (5 hours)
NOTE: Nursing Continuing Professional Development contact hours were offered for this training opportunity through March 2022. After this date, contact hours are no longer offered because the accreditation expired after 2 years. Please disregard the evaluation linked at the end of the training.


Background of Lead in NC and Overview of State Programming
Ed Norman, MPH, NC DHHS Children’s Environmental Health
Watch recording (35 minutes) | Download slides
Sources of Lead Exposure
David Brown, REHS, NC DHHS Children’s Environmental Health
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Health Effects and Medical Treatment of Lead Poisoning in Childhood and Pregnancy
Ann Chelminski, MD, MPH, NC DHHS Children’s Environmental Health
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Lead Testing Procedures and the State Lab’s Role
Kate Koehler, NC State Laboratory of Public Health
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Clinical Case Management and the NC LEAD System (part 1)
Melanie Napier, PhD, MSPH, NC DHHS Children’s Environmental Health
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Clinical Case Management and the NC LEAD System (part 2)
Barbara Donadio, RN, BSN, Duke Primary Care Heritage Pediatrics
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Role of Environmental Health Specialist
David Brown, REHS, NC DHHS Children’s Environmental Health
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Role of Public Health Education
Neasha Graves, MPA, UNC IE Center for Public Engagement with Science
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This training was provided through a partnership of the NC DHHS Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program, the NC DHHS Public Health Nursing Institute for Continuing Excellence, the UNC School of Medicine Office of Continuing Professional Development, the NC State Laboratory of Public Health, and the UNC Institute for the Environment.

NOTE: Nursing Continuing Professional Development contact hours were offered for this training opportunity through March 2022. After this date, contact hours are no longer offered because the accreditation expired after 2 years.