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Dartmouth's Toxic Metals Superfund Research Program Community Engagement Core

Summary:

Community engagement refers to bi-directional interaction between community stakeholders and our research program. Authentic bi-directional communication between our program and community members allows us to:

Learn about environmental health concerns in local communities;
Determine how the public prioritizes health risks;
Discover what forms of risk communication are most effective;
Develop materials in response to community needs; and
Keep you informed about our research and upcoming events.

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  • Public engagement and risk communication ( Support service )

    The goal of the CEC is to build bi-directional partnerships with diverse communities in Northern New England to enhance their ability to understand and address the health risks posed by arsenic, mercury, and other environmental contaminants. We accomplish this goal by working closely with target communities, community-serving organizations, and a community engagement advisory board (CEAB) to identify each community's needs with respect to science, education, information, and expertise.


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Last updated: 2015-05-26T14:17:34.076-04:00

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