A NO COST Workshop for Health Professionals
This event offers 2.0 CE credits to attendees.
CE accredited by This event is eligible for 2 hrs MN Board of Nursing CE Credit. Certificates of Participation available for attendees.
The Central Sands communities of West Central Minnesota have the highest incidence of pediatric pesticide poisonings in the state.
Due to local concerns, the Minnesota Department of Health will conduct a human biomonitoring project next year to collect information about the presence of common pesticides in people living in this region.
In this workshop, state experts will provide valuable information for local healthcare professionals who may see and treat patients after pesticide exposure.
The MN APRN Coalition, MN Dept of Health, Otter Tail County Public Health and Wadena Public Health
469 Main St
Ottertail, MN 56571
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