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The class: http://www.video.uchc.edu/MoldMoisture/

Course materials and other resources: http://www.video.uchc.edu/MoldMoisture/ResourcesPage.htm

Target Audience:
Public health and environmental professionals will acquire information to aid them in assessing risk and exploring and remediating environments. They will also become acquainted with fungal ecology, building science and available resources....

Intro:
Welcome to this course on Mold and Moisture: Guidance for Clinicians.
Patients present to primary care services with symptoms and health concerns that require consideration of environmental factors. In some cases, patients’ exposure to mold and moisture in their homes, offices, schools, and workplaces may be having a significant effect. This course includes guidance designed to help the healthcare provider address patients with illnesses related to mold in the indoor environment by providing background understanding of how mold may be affecting patients. With an appreciation of the time pressures in the clinical medical setting today, the course describes “tools” to help the provider evaluate the patient and help the practitioner explore environmental relationships to illness.

Up to 6 CME credits free. (Two 3-hour segments worth 3 CME credits each.)

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