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Outrage

on Environmental and Occupational Health

by Amanda Nee

7 hours, 46 minutes ago

I agree with your assessment of speakers, in both strengths and weaknesses. I would like to add: After watching the press conference about the lead crisis in Flint, Michigan, I have become increasingly aware of […]

Flint Risk Communication: Room for Improvement

on Environmental and Occupational Health

by Stephanie Chubb

8 hours, 1 minute ago

Overall, I think the risk communication approach to the Flint water crisis was too technical and overly scientific for the general population. Compared to the risk communication approach to the Ebola crisis that […]

Foundations - Flint

on Environmental and Occupational Health

by Rebekah L. Glickman-Simon

8 hours, 40 minutes ago

Dr. Eden Wells Strengths: She made the most important point immediately, beginning by addressing a huge fear/concern, that lead could be absorbed through the skin during bath time. She clearly explained why […]

Video & Emails Reflection

on Environmental and Occupational Health

by Katie Mark

11 hours, 19 minutes ago

Video: Dr. Eden: She did a good job expressing concern over child exposures, regardless of blood level. However, she should've delved deeper into the levels. In terms of explaining the risk data, she didn't […]

Perceptions

on Environmental and Occupational Health

by Shad A. Orechovesky

14 hours, 43 minutes ago

A risk perception factor that was talked about, especially by Dr. Wells, is that of the effects on children. She noted that children (and adults) are safe to bathe in the water, but should not ingest the water. […]