2021 AEC On-Demand Access

NEHA 2021 AEC On-Demand Access Available to Registered Attendees

Recorded sessions from Part 1 and 2 of the AEC Three-Part Virtual Series are available to registered attendees. Registered attendees can access recordings through the online store.

If you do not see the 2021 sessions, login to your MyNEHA account and follow the instructions below. 

  1. Login to your MyNEHA account
  2. Choose “Shop” then “Browse NEHA Bookstore
  3. Click on “Refine” on the left side, then choose “E-Learning” from the categories.

You can also visit NEHA E-Learning for more information and detailed instructions.

2021 AEC Three-Part Virtual Series On-Demand Access

Part 1

  • Food Safety Sponsored by EcoSure
    • A Matter of Trust: A Quantitative Study to Explore Allergen Awareness and Compliance in Takeaway Food Businesses in the Borough of Knowsley (.5 CEs)
    • Automation & Technology Trends in Foodservice Equipment (1 CE)
    • Does This Meet the Code? - Food Equipment Tips for Plan Reviewers (1 CE)
    • Local Food Safety Advisory Boards That Work Wonders (.5 CEs)
    • NCEH-Conducting Environmental Assessments: An Essential Tool for Foodborne Outbreak Investigations (1 CE)
    • NCEH-Improving Restaurant Food Safety Through Innovative, Practice-Based Research with the Environmental Health Specialists Network (1 CE)
    • Serving Safety (.5 CEs)
    • The National Environmental Assessment Reporting System (NEARS): Improving Foodborne Outbreak Investigation and Prevention with Environmental Assessment Data (1.5 CEs)
  • Infectious & Vectorborne Diseases
    • Advising the Public on Ventilation and Surface Sanitizing for COVID-19 (.5 CEs)
    • COVID-19 Impacts to the Environmental Health Field (1 CE)
    • Infection Prevention & Control? Isn't That Just Environmental Health (.5 CEs)
    • Vector Collaboration Between Agencies in Two States (1 CE)
  • Uniformed Services
    • A History of the Sanitarian (EHO) Category of the U.S. Public Health Service (.5 CEs)
    • Aiming to Characterize Maintenance Workers’ Lead Exposure at an Indoor Shooting Range (.5 CEs)
    • Choose Safe Places for Early Care and Education during Disaster Recovery (.5 CEs)
    • Navajo Water Access Mission (.5 CEs)
    • Navigating the CDC Framework for Conditional Sailing Order (.5 CEs)
    • NIOSH Occupational Exposure Banding: A New Tool for Chemical Risk Management (.5 CEs)
  • Workforce & Leadership
    • AEHAP Student Research Competition Presentations (1 CE)
    • Decide, Say It, Show It: Tips and Tricks to Get Your Message Across (1 CE)
    • EHAC - Environmental Health Accreditation - Past and Future (.5 CEs)
    • Engaging the Next Generation of Environmental Health Professionals (.5 CEs)
    • Enhancing Undergraduate Environmental Health Education Through Faculty Internships: A Case Study Highlights Needs and Opportunities for Improvement (.5 CEs)
    • Leadership in Action: The Results of Leadership Training from EPHLI (1 CE)
    • The Importance of Understanding and Writing for Your Audience (.5 CEs)
    • The Truth is Out There: How to Connect to the Correct Information (1 CE)
  • Environmental Justice & Children’s EH
    • ATSDR's Community Stress Resource Center (.5 CEs)
    • Minnesota Healthy Housing Grants: Impacts, Successes, and Challenges (.5 CEs)
    • Playground Safety and Hazard Assessments within Tribal Communities (.5 CEs)
    • Reaching Out Online: Virtual Public Engagement for Environmental Justice Communities (.5 CEs)
  • General Environmental Health
    • A Brief History of Environmental Health (1 CE)
    • Discussing Sanitation Similarities between the US and Developing World (1 CE)
    • Diverting Food Waste from Commercial Food Establishments: Two Success Stories from Central Oregon (1 CE)
    • Meet the NEHA History Makers.....Living History Then and Now (1 CE)

 

Part 2

  • Climate & Health
    • A Low-Cost Method to Improve Indoor Air Quality (1 CE)
    • Adaptation Nation: Health Departments Across the US Prepare for the Health Threats of Climate Effects (1 CE)
    • American Climate Metrics Survey: Results of Four-Year Data on Attitudes, Awareness, and Behaviors on Climate Change in Partnership with ecoAmerica (1 CE)
    • Climate and Health: Policy and Prospects in Post-Election Alaska and the United States (1 CE)
    • Collaboration on the Health Effects of a Changing Climate (.5 CEs)
    • Informing the Use of N95 Respirators by the General Public to Reduce Wildfire Smoke Exposure (1 CE)
    • Mortality Associated with Extreme Heat in Washington State: The Historical and Projected Public Health Burden (.5 CEs)
    • Sustainability in Environmental Health (.5 CEs)
    • Translating Heat-Health Epidemiologic Findings to Inform Arizona’s School Heat Policy (.5 CEs)
  • Emergency Preparedness & Response
    • CDC COVID-19 Response: Grand Princess (1 CE)
    • COVID-19 Public Health Response as Environmental Health Specialists (.5 CEs)
    • Disaster Public Health Decisions for Drinking Water Systems Contamination (.5 CEs)
    • NCEH-2017 Hurricane Recovery Projects in Puerto Rico (1 CE)
    • NCEH-Addressing Emergency Preparedness and Response Through Environmental Health-Related Disaster Recovery (1 CE)
    • NCEH-CDC Assistance for Environmental Health Services Programs Following the 2017 Hurricane Season (1 CE)
    • NCEH-Rebuilding Environmental Health Capacity in the US Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico Post-2017 Hurricanes (1 CE)
    • Tribal Communities and Partners Coming Together to Battle COVID-19 (1 CE)
  • Healthy Communities
    • An Assessment of Ergonomic Office Issues Faced by University Populations Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic (.5 CEs)
    • And to Think That I Saw It on Carpenter Street -- Transportation Evolution and Environmental Health (1 CE)
    • Assessing the Cyclical Nature of Lead Exposure in Low-Income Neighborhoods of Chicago: A Systematic Review (.5 CEs)
    • Health and Safety Results and Actions Taken: Fall 2020 NJ Secondary School Reopening Needs Assessment Survey (1 CE)
    • Housing in Correctional Facilities in General and Even During COVID-19 Pandemic: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly (1 CE)
    • How to Engage Residents During COVID-19 to Perform Home Assessments and Interventions (1 CE)
    • Lead in GRITS (.5 CEs)
    • Making Public Toilets Safer for Everyone (1 CE)
    • Unhealthy Housing: A Survey of the Origins of the Healthy Housing Movement (.5 CEs)
  • Water Quality Sponsored by Inspect2Go
    • Chloride: Increasingly a Significant Threat to Drinking Water Quality (.5 CEs)
    • From Septic Systems to Harmful Algal Blooms – New Approaches to Manage Public Health Challenges (1 CE)
    • Legionella - The Environmental Health Implications of the Latest Research (.5 CEs)
    • Occurrence of Nitrate and Indicators of Agriculture and Septic System Contamination in a West-Central Wisconsin Sand Aquifer (.5 CEs)
    • The 4th Edition MAHC Impacts Pool Inspections (.5 CEs)
    • Managing PFAS in drinking water for safer and healthier communities (.5 CEs)
  • Workforce & Leadership
    • LeadHERship Session: The Likability Penalty – How to Spot It and What to do About It (.5 CEs)
    • Show Me the Money! - Winning the Annual Budget Battle (1 CE)
    • Keynote Panel: Views of Environmental Health by Policy Makers (1 CE)
    • The Inflammation of Discrimination: Does Discrimination Modify the Environmental Contribution to Cardiovascular Risk (.5 CEs)

Part 3: Available August, 2021


If you have any questions or issues with accessing the 2021 recorded session, please contact us at staff@neha.org or (303) 756-9090.