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Protecting Our Kids: The Long-Term Health Impacts of Lead Poisoning. 1.5 CEs
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Protecting Our Kids: The Long-Term Health Impacts of Lead Poisoning. 1.5 CEs

5/16/2016
When: Monday, May 16, 2016
5:45pm -7:15pm
Where: University of Michigan-Flint (Michigan Rooms)
400 Mill Street
Flint, Michigan  48502
United States
Contact: Duane Breijak, LMSW
517-487-1548


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The National Association of Social Workers – Michigan Chapter & StoneCrest Center invite you to an important conversation… 

 

Forging Solutions Out of Challenges in Flint

Protecting Our Kids: The Long-Term Health Impacts of Lead Poisoning

With Dr. Lauren O’Connell, Hurley Children’s Center

Monday, May 16th

5:45pm -7:15pm

University of Michigan-Flint - Harding Mott University Center (Michigan Rooms)

1.5 Social Work CEs

FREE for all attendees. 1.5 social work continuing education credits available.

 

This workshop will walk community members, mental health providers, policy advocates, and community organizers through the timeline of Flint’s water crisis. Additionally, we will discuss short and long-term impacts on the community and delve into future physical and mental health risks for both children and adults. This event will include an hour long presentation, followed by 30 minutes for audience questions.

 

Presenter: Lauren O’Connell, MD, MSc, FAAP

Dr. Lauren O'Connell is a Developmental Behavioral Pediatrician at Hurley Children's Center, with expertise in effective parenting behaviors and toxic stress. Most recently, she completed her fellowship in DBP and Health Services Research at the University of Michigan. Lauren is a lifelong Michigander and pediatric advocate.

 



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