Dr. Claire Gervais will be on a panel hosted by the Dane County League of Women Voters about "Why Climate Change is a Public Health Emergency".
821 E Washington Ave
Madison, WI 53703
Dr. Claire Gervais presented about the health implications of poor water quality as part of the Yahara Lakes 101 program with Clean Lakes Alliance.
WEHN Steering Committee member, Dr. Susan Davidson will be addressing the topic "The Environment and Health: Why what we eat, breathe and touch matters" on April 23rd in Green Bay!
Location: The Lyric Room, 233 N Broadway, Green Bay, WI 54303
Date & Time: April 23 from 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Doctor Davidson is a specialist in Maternal Fetal Medicine, a specialty of Obstetrics dedicated to care of the high risk pregnant patient. She works for SSM Health and is Adjunct Associate Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology and Family Medicine at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine. Susan’s passion for her work led her to an interest of the impact the environment has on reproductive health and on human health in general.
Thank you to Clean Water Action Council of Northeast Wisconsin for hosting this event!
WEHN Steering Committee Member, Dr. Beth Neary, will be participating in a panel discussion about “Planetary Health: Recognizing Earth’s Limits to Advance Health for All" at the UW-Madison Global Health Institute - GHI Health Symposium on April 16!
More information and registration here! >> https://bit.ly/2WWbaIa
The Making the Connection (MTC) conference welcomes a diverse group of participants each year such as physicians, physician assistants, registered nurses, nurse practitioners, nurse-midwives and certified professional midwives, public health professionals, environmental activities, staff of environmental organizations, scientists, and students.
You are invited and everyone is welcome!
Click here to view general information, speaker presentations, and call for poster abstracts.