With over 100 articles published on health effects of unconventional oil and natural gas operations (fracking), it can be challenging to find the research you need. Learn how to search the peer-reviewed literature using TEDX’s FrackHealth Database in an upcoming webinar hosted by Halt the Harm Network.
RSVP for this half-hour webinar, to be held on Wednesday, January 31st, at 1:00pm Eastern. Kim Schultz, TEDX’s Oil and Gas Program Coordinator, will introduce this interactive tool and demonstrate how to easily find the articles you need. The FrackHealth Database moves beyond citations to include details on health effects, exposure routes, chemicals, and more, as reported in the articles. Learn how to navigate the database and use the filters and keywords to target your results.
Halt the Harm’s webinar series helps build a knowledge base by bringing leaders and supporters together to share strategy, insight, and teach what they know.
About the speaker: Kim Schultz is the Oil and Gas Program Coordinator with The Endocrine Disruption Exchange (TEDX). She studies the potential health impacts from exposure to chemicals introduced and released during oil and natural gas extraction and production. She has extensive experience aggregating, managing, and analyzing data from diverse sources.
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