Training and Education Tools
If you are interested in learning more about environmental public health, please see the training and resources below that vary for different levels of education and experience.
- EPA Student Curriculum: Recipes for Healthy Kids and a Healthy Environment : These 9 lessons are geared to students ages 9-13 and can be taught inside or outside of the classroom. The lessons encourage students to get excited about the environmental health and motivate them to being involved in making improvements to their community.
- CDC “Keeping Track, Promoting Health Classroom Modules”. These modules are designed for college-level instruction on environmental health using the National Environmental Public Health Tracking Network. These lessons are adaptable and interactive and emphasize wide-reaching implications of environmental public health, as well as the practical application of the Tracking Network.
Public Health Professionals
- CDC Health Literacy (also contains tips for creating messages, trainings and a plain language guide titled “Everyday Words for Public Health Communication”)
- Pediatric Environmental Health Specialty Units: The Pediatric Environmental Health Specialty Units are a source for medical information and advice on environmental health conditions that influence reproductive and children’s health. They are staffed by experts in pediatrics, immunology, neurodevelopment, toxicology, occupational and environmental medicine, nursing, reproductive health and other specialized areas.