This Continuing Medical Education (CME) training is presented by the
State Medical Officer. Information on California Code of Regulations (Title 17) for
Health Care Providers (HCP) participating in publicly funded programs (CHDP,
Healthy Families, and WIC & Medi-Cal) and Standards of Care on Screening for
Lead Poisoning is reviewed. Lead
and the role of the public health nurse (PHN) and
registered environmental health specialist (REHS) in lead case management are also presented.
Following this training the
participant will be to:
targeted screening regulations on standards of care on screening for Lead
major behavioral risk factors associated with Lead poisoning.
major health effects associated with Lead poisoning.
the primary sources of Lead.
global cultural products that contain lead.
of the doctors, nurse practitioners and physician's assistants administering
doing periodic health care assessments on children between the ages of 6
months and 6 years.
the role of the PHN and EHS in Lead case management.
Audience: Physicians, Registered
Nurses (RNs) including: Nurse Practitioners (NP), School Nurses, and PHNs.
Health Educators (HE), EHSs and Certified Medical Assistants (CMA) are
encouraged to attend.
credits are available.
8:30 AM – 9:30 AM
Location: Olive View – UCLA Medical Center
Olive View Drive
Person: Germaine Defindi, M.D.
September 6, 2007
12:00 PM – 1:30 PM
Blue Cross State Sponsored Business
Laurel Canyon Blvd
Hollywood, CA 9160
Contact Person: Kathy
Grant (818) 655 – 1241