|BREAK THE CYCLE
Break the Cycle is a collaborative interdisciplinary research and training program with University faculty who mentored graduate students in academic tracks that focus on the environmental impact on children's health. The target populations are communities where the environmental hazards are related to circumstances of social and economic disadvantage. Each student was required to develop a project that focuses on reducing or preventing environmental health related illnesses and disorders for children who live in these communities. Each student developed a creative project to "berak the cycle" at any point.
||If you are interested in submitting a proposal for next years conference, please download an application.
In addition, during this workshop there will be presentations from national experts in the areas of children's environmental health disparities, indoor air quality and the Healthy Homes Project.
For information, contact Laura Wells.
We have established a Facebook group to offer an opportunity for members of the Break the Cycle community to communicate information, experiences, ideas, and thoughts on Break the Cycle Projects. We look forward to this unique forum for learning about past, current, and especially future projects directed at reducing children's environmental health disparities. Click here to join the group
We hope you will take advantage of this opportunity to become part of the Break the Cycle community.
BREAK THE CYCLE MONOGRAPHS
Past BTC Monographs are available by year
2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008
|AREAS SERVED BY SE PEHSU
PEHSU's are typically based at university medical centers, and are located across the US, in Canada and Mexico. This network responds to requests for information and consultation on environmentally related health effects in children.