November 15 Webinar – Climate Change and Floods: Increasing Rates of a Lesser Known Indoor Mold Induced Inflammatory Illness
Climate Change and Floods: Increasing Rates of a Lesser Known Indoor Mold Induced Inflammatory Illness
Tuesday, November 15, 2022 | Virtual | 6:00 PM ET
Dr. Margaret “Peg” DiTulio DNP, APRN, MBA has been a primary care family nurse practitioner in her private practice, Rockingham Family Healthcare, for 25 years. For the last 15 years she has also followed her passion evaluating and treating environmentally acquired illnesses through a separate practice, Regenix Healing, LLC. Peg has represented the NH Nurse Practitioner Association on the NH Commission to Study Environmentally Triggered Chronic Illness for the past three years. Prior to this role, she was a founding diplomate and Treasurer for the International Society for Environmentally Acquired Illness for 2 years. Increasing clinician awareness of all sources of environmentally acquired inflammation is a goal of Peg’s. Heavy metal toxicity (e.g lead, arsenic), cyanotoxin from cyanobacteria blooms, chemical contamination from perfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) and inflammatory illness acquired in genetically susceptible persons from indoor air exposure in water damaged buildings, all have been associated with human health risks.
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This event is co-sponsored by the NH Nurses Association, NH Nurse Practitioner Association, and the NH Public Health Association.