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PHEO 600 Class Research Guide (Spring 2017)

Public Health Environmental/Occupational

PHEO 600: Principles of Environmental & Occupational Health

Provides overview of nature and magnitude of environmental and occupational disease; sources of exposure, methods of monitoring and modeling exposure; review of target organs and potential effects of specific chemicals; discussion of workplace hazards and monitoring programs.

Instructors

Mark Benden, Ph.D., CPE, Department Head/Associate Professor/Director of the Ergonomics Center

Annamarie Bokelmann, M.S., Assistant Professor

Course Textbook

The course textbook is available from the Medical Sciences Library (MSL) electronically and in print.  A link to the electronic book is provided below.  Print copies are available at the MSL ASK US Desk. 

The electronic book does not provide unlimited, simultaneous access.  Please download/save or print the chapters you need, and exit the session, so others can gain access in a timely fashion.