What is ChEHC?
ChEHC is a unique program addressing the impacts on children’s health from environmental exposures (chemical, biological, physical and social). The program considers all environmental factors to assess exposures, by integrating clinical, research and educational components.
ChEHC has local and international affiliations and serves communities within Alberta and across Canada. ChEHC helps interface science, policy and practice.
Evaluation and recommendations for: children (0-16) with health conditions, which may be environmentally related.
Consultation for environment/health questions.
Promotion of awareness and knowledge of environmental issues that may affect children‘s health to health professionals, families, decision makers and other stakeholders.
Participation in educating and/or tutoring students, researchers and clinicians in Children’s Environmental Health.
Join us on March 29 to hear more about pollution concerns for children in AB.
Engagement in original research and collaboration locally and internationally with interdisciplinary professionals.
Synthesizing existing knowledge through scientific reviews, and providing evidence-based information that contributes to new knowledge.