International Children's Environmental Health Indicators Workshop
Location(s): United States
This workshop, was created to develop a scientific foundation to explore the conceptual issues, data needs, and policy applications with regard to the social and environmental factors used to measure and track racial, ethnic, and class disparities in environmental health. OCHP seeks to further the science of developing indicators by including measures of the interaction between social and physical environment that may lead to ill health and health disparities.
The workshop convened a diverse group of environmental health scientists, epidemiologists, social scientists, and public health practitioners to initiate inter-disciplinary theoretical and methodological thinking on the question of environmental health disparities. Next steps will be to apply concepts discussed at the workshop to evaluate social disparities in children's environmental health.
- Workshop Summary Report (PDF) (79 pp, 847K)
- Devon Payne-Sturges, G.C. Gee, Kirstin Crowder, Bradford J. Hurley, Charles Lee, Rachel Morello-Frosch, Arlene Rosenbaum, Amy Schulz, Charles Wells, Tracey Woodruff, Hal Zenick (2006). Workshop Summary: Connecting Social and Environmental Factors to Measure and Track Environmental Health Disparities. (PDF)