* VIRTUAL COURSE VIA 2-WAY VIDEO CONFERENCE *
October 1, 2020, 6:45-8:00pm PT
Epidemics Fast and Slow
Bruce Lanphear, MD, MPH
Investigator, BC Children's Hospital
Professor, Faculty of Health Sciences, Simon Fraser University
Bruce Lanphear, MD, MPH, a Professor of Health Sciences at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, British Columbia, is vexed by our failure to control the largely preventable, pandemic of chronic disease from widespread exposure to pollutants, toxic chemicals and excess consumption.
Dr. Lanphear has published numerous longitudinal and cross-sectional epidemiologic studies examining the relationship of environmental toxicants with a variety of health endpoints in children and young adults. His studies have tested the linkages between exposures to lead, PBDEs, tobacco and bisphenol A with IQ deficits, autism spectrum disorders, executive functions and ADHD. Dr. Lanphear's work also includes community-based, randomized, controlled trials to test the efficacy of reducing environmental hazards, such as dust lead levels; and he has been at the forefront of testing and validating the use of biomarkers of internal dose of toxicants in birth cohorts, and linking these results to neurobehavioral functions and other health endpoints in children.
His goal for this presentation is to generate a discussion about why we readily turn to population strategies to prevent “fast” epidemics, like COVID, but rely on clinical strategies or treatment for “slow” epidemics, like coronary heart disease. Is it time to expand population strategies to prevent chronic disease?
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