National ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH Association 69the Annual Educational Conference (AEC) & Exhibition • June 26-29, 2005

April 2005
Journal of Environmental Health;Apr2005, Vol. 67 Issue 8, p9
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This article presents information on matters related to environmental health. The 69th annual educational conference on national environmental health association conference has been co-sponsored by the National Environmental, Safety • Health Training Association and the International Aquatic Foundation Supported by a grant from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Mass Immunization Clinic Exercises will be conducted by Kris M. Stokke, Southeast Colorado Public Health Planner, Prowers County Public Health, Lamar, CO and Duane Stansbury, R.S., M.P.H., Director of EH, Clark County Combined Health District, Springfield, OH.


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