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Community Health Studies and Environmental Contamination
This new website presents the challenges of environmental health studies in small communities including the step-by-step process epidemiologists go through when deciding whether it is appropriate to conduct a health study, and real world health study examples.
Source: Communitiy Health Studies
Free Course: Occupational and Environmental Cancer: Recognition and Prevention
This free course is designed for primary healthcare providers and anyone with an interest in recognizing and preventing occupational and environmental cancer.
Supercourse: Epidemiology, the Internet and Global Health
SuperCourse(SC) is a repository of lectures and research methods materials on global health and other areas of science designed to improve the teaching of prevention and increase number of scientific publications.
Source: University of Pittsburgh
Ethics: A Bridge for Communities and Scientists - A Curriculum for Community Outreach and Education
This manual for community education and intervention was produced by the Ethics A Bridge for Communities and Scientists (E-ABCs) project.
Toxicology Curriculum for Communities Trainer's Manual
This manual is designed to provide reliable, understandable information about toxicology to communities exposed to hazardous chemicals and waste.