Vectors and Public Health Pests Virtual Conference

Event Date: 
Wednesday, April 13, 2016 to Thursday, April 14, 2016
Time Zone: 
Eastern Standard Time (EST)
Event Type: 
NEHA Event
Event City: 
N/A
Event State: 
N/A

 

Enhancing Environmental Health Knowledge (EEK): Vectors and Public Health Pests Virtual Conference

Enhancing Environmental Health Knowledge (EEK): Vectors and Public Health Pests Virtual Conference

Thank you for attending the EEK: Vectors and Public Health Pests Virtual Conference!

The conference was designed to enhance the knowledge of environmental health professionals in order to help them better prepare to respond to environmental events of public health concern as well as to bring professionals together in a unique virtual environment to exchange information and discover new solutions to issues in vectors and public health pests.

If you were able to attend, please take a moment to tell us about your experience. We greatly appreciate it.

If you were unable to attend, you can still access the virtual experience to view posters and presentations until May 7, 2016.

You can also find presentation slides in PDF format below.

Bedbugs

Got Bugs? Get Sued!

Don’t Panic! Helping Social Service Providers Cope with Bedbugs

Bedbugs:  What Are the Health Risks? 

Bedbugs in Elderly and Disabled, Low-income Housing – Getting Real!

Scratch That Itch: Exterminating Bedbugs through Partnerships with Private Enterprise

Bedbug (Cimex lectularius L.) Infestations Impact Quality of Life

Vector-borne Disease

Correlation Analysis of Climatic Variables, Migration, and Dengue Fever Cases in Southeast Florida

Environmental Health Specialists: Fishing for Fleas

Here They Come: New Diseases caused by Familiar Bugs

First Confirmed Case of Imported Zika Virus in Houston, Texas: Preventing Transmission

Mosquitoes and Mosquito-borne Pathogens

Vector/Pest Management and Control

Why Integrated Pest Management? Understanding, Designing and Resolving Implementation Challenges!

Data Driven: Utilizing California’s School Pesticide Report Database to Improve Gopher Management

Colorado’s Tickled Pink Campaign: Instituting a Statewide Passive Surveillance Program for Ticks

New Lethal Ovitrap and Larvicidal Tiles for Control of Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus

Arizona School IPM Inside and Out - Implementation of School Integrated Pest Management Programs in Arizona Schools

 

Organization: 
NEHA
Phone: 
303-756-9090 x304
Email: 
programs@neha.org