ATSDR Grand Rounds in Environmental Medicine (GREM): Lead Toxicity (Web-Based)
Course Number: WB1083
Grand Rounds in Environmental Medicine (GREM) are available in two versions.
GREM Presentation Kits are one hour continuing education seminars designed for medical educators to use in face-to-face education with primary health care providers and other health professionals involved in environmental health. These seminars consist of a scripted PowerPoint presentation, learner support materials, a patient education and care instruction job aid for clinician use, and a post test. These educational presentations kits are available online for those with high-speed internet access or available on DVD for those with limited speed.
Grand Rounds in Environmental Medicine Web Stream Presentations
GREM Web Stream Presentations are one hour continuing education video web streams designed for primary health care providers and other health professionals involved in environmental health. These web stream materials can also be used as an educational tool to supplement face-to-face presentations. These educational presentations are available online for those with high-speed internet access or available on DVD for those with limited Internet speed.
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TARGET AUDIENCE: The target populations for the GREM Presentations are primary health care providers and other health professionals that are interested in environmental health topics. The kit is developed for an instructor delivered face-to face presentation. The web streamed version may also be used for a group presentation http://www2.cdc.gov/atsdrce.
MATERIALS: Access to a computer for internet access to http://www2.cdc.gov/atsdrce or write to Continuing Education Coordinator, ATSDR, 1600 Clifton Road, NE (MS-F-32), Atlanta, Georgia 30333 for a CD-ROM copy to be sent to your address.
PREREQUISITES: Participants should have a science background and an interest in environmental health.