UCSF PEHSU: Videos for Clinical Professionals

Educational Videos

Little Things Matter: The Impact of Toxins on the Developing Brain

Can We Reduce Exposure to Risk Factors Associated with Childhood Cancer?

Webinars

The Children’s Research Centers Website

The Children’s Environmental Health Centers maintain a website that links to various multimedia resources including webinars, videos, and audio files.

Symposium Videos

Symposium: Climate Change and Children’s Health

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Sacramento, CA
March 4-5, 2015

The California Environmental Protection Agency (CalEPA), Office of Environmental Health Assessment, along with the WS PEHSU , and the UC Berkeley Center for Integrative Research on Childhood Leukemia and the Environment, sponsored a symposium on “Impacts of Climate Change on Children’s Health.”

View videos of the presentations.

Childhood Leukemia: A Preventable Disease?

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Mark Miller, M.D., MPH
February 26, 2016

Dr. Miller discusses strategies for translating childhood leukemia research into clinical practice. Follow the link at the left to the University of Wisconsin Video Library. Dr. Miller’s talk begins at the 5:25 minute mark. Alternatively, use the Chapter Tab at the bottom of the University of Wisconsin Video Library page to jump ahead to ‘Childhood Leukemia: A Preventable Disease?’

View videos of the presentations.

Symposium: New Research Findings from California on Children’s Environmental Health

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Sacramento, CA
April 7, 2016

The California Environmental Protection Agency (CalEPA), Office of Environmental Health Assessment, along with the WS PEHSU , and the UC Berkeley Center for Integrative Research on Childhood Leukemia and the Environment, sponsored a symposium on “New Research Findings from California on Children’s Health.”

View videos of the presentations.

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