Journal of Environmental Health 2013 Abstracts - page 3

January/February 2013
• Journal of Environmental Health
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JOURNAL OF
Environmental Health
Advancement of the
SCIENCE
Advancement of the
Practice
96
Advancement of the
Practitioner
Career Opportunities.......................................................................................................................108
EH Calendar....................................................................................................................................108
Resource Corner..............................................................................................................................110
JEH
Quiz #4.....................................................................................................................................112
Your
Association
President’s Message:
Lessons Learned for Future Leaders
......................................................................4
Special NEHA Members...................................................................................................................115
Special Listing..................................................................................................................................116
Letters to the Editor.........................................................................................................................120
NEHA 2013 AEC.............................................................................................................................122
Managing Editor’s Desk:
Parallel Universes
.....................................................................................126
Dedicated to the advancement of the environmental health professional
Volume 75, No. 6 January/February 2013
“State Public
Health Labora-
tory Biomonitor-
ing Programs:
Implementation
and Early Accom-
plishments,” our
cover feature this
month, discusses
the implementa-
tion of three
Centers for
Disease Control and Prevention–funded state
pilot biomonitoring programs. The authors
interviewed program officials in each state
(California, New York, and Washington) to
determine challenges, successes, and lessons
learned in order to prepare for an eventual
National Biomonitoring Plan. The authors
point out that biomonitoring is an important
tool as environmental health moves forward to
address questions such as lifetime exposures,
health impacts of chemical mixtures, and
cumulative risks.
See page 90.
Cover photos © iStockphoto | Aggressive Entertainment
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A b o u t t h e C o v e r
A d v e r t i s e r s I n d e x
American Public University................................49
Comark Instruments, Inc...................................37
Custom Data Processing.....................................59
Decade Software................................................127
HealthSpace USA...............................................128
Mycometer..........................................................81
Olympus NDT....................................................21
Ozark River/Integrity Distribution.....................67
Shat-R-Shield......................................................95
Sweeps Software, Inc..........................................37
Taylor and Francis Group.................................109
Underwriters Laboratories ....................................2
University of Illinois at Springfield.....................89
Editor’s Note:
This special issue features
Journal
articles that were pre-published
digitally in 2012 on NEHA’s Members Only
Web site.
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