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NCCEH Presents: Indoor Radon Characteristics in Canadian Arctic Regions Webinar

  • 24 Nov 2016
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (PST)
  • Webinar

NCCEH eJournal Club - Indoor Radon Characteristics in Canadian Arctic Regions


The NCCEH eJournal Club is a series of informal hour-long sessions discussing and appraising articles relating to environmental health. Active participation is encouraged. Although these sessions are directed at public health inspectors, anyone interested in a given topic is more than welcome to take part. Remote viewing instructions are available on the Eventbrite registration page.


Title of paper: Indoor Radon Characteristics in Canadian Arctic Regions (Chen, 2015). Please click on the links below to register and download the paper.


Questions to consider ahead of the session:

  1. Why might radon levels be different across Canada?
  2. Do you think that radon is an important topic to address in your region as a public health practitioner? Why or why not?
  3. What do you think about the 200 Bq/m3 level given that radon is a known human carcinogen?

Facilitators:

  • Dr. Anne-Marie Nicol, Environmental Health Scientist, NCCEH
  • Dr. Angela Eykelbosh, Environmental Health Scientist, NCCEH

Continuing education credits: 2 CIPHI PDHs


Find details here.


Event Date Nov 24, 2016

12:00 to 13:00

PST


Location Type Online


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