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ANHE: Our Environment, Our Health: A Nurse’s Call To Action
November 17, 2009, 10:52 am
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June 7 -8, 2010 at the University of Maryland School of Nursing

Join us at the first national conference for nurses addressing the relationship between human health and the environment. Learn about the growing movement that is being created by nurses as they “green” their health care institutions, engage in scientific inquiry, integrate environmental health practices into nursing assessments and interventions, and create and support policies that protect human health and the environment.  Come hear about and share in the expanding roles that nurses are taking in the exciting and critical field of environmental health.
Join us as we
• Foster a community of nurses engaged in protecting human health and the environment.
• Explore policy and legislative opportunities related to environmental health and nursing.
• Expand the number of nurse educators committed to incorporating environmental health into existing curriculum.
• Develop an environmental health research agenda for nurse researchers.
• Promote evidence-based, environmental health practices.

Post-Conference Special Sessions:  June 9, 2010
• Nursing Research Agenda: Participate in the development of an Environmental Health Nursing Research Agenda
• Trip to the Hill: Visit policy makers to advocate for chemical policy reform
Note:  Additional sessions may be added.

Call for Abstracts
The ANHE Planning Committee is accepting abstracts in the areas of research, practice, education, and policy/advocacy that address the conference theme, “Our Environment, Our Health: A Nurse’s Call to Action.”  Abstract deadline is January 31, 2010.

Sponsors and Exhibitors
ANHE 2010 presents a unique opportunity for organizations and vendors to capitalize on exclusive networking opportunities with nurses involved in education, policy, practice, and research.

For details on the main conference, fees, hotel, abstract submission, sponsor and exhibitor opportunities, and registration, visit: and click on “Calendar & Events” or call the Office of Professional Education at 410-706-3767.


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