AgriSafe Nurse Scholar Program - Fall 2019 (Live and OnDemand Access)

Includes a Live Event on 09/25/2019 at 12:00 PM (CDT)

50% Discount Available to Eligible Candidates!

Nurses working for nonprofit organizations, rural health clinics, federally qualified health centers, government agencies or educational institutions are eligible to receive a 50% discount on the fee for a total cost of $500. Please email Ansley (astpierre@agrisafe.org) your name, email address, Employer name, job title, and employer website address. Ansley will send you a discount code to use at registration.
The AgriSafe Nurse Scholar program is a distance learning opportunity available to rural nurses. Education and training, provided by experienced health & safety educators will enable rural nurses to increase their knowledge base in prevention, identification and assessment of diseases related to agricultural work exposures. Nurses who complete this course will be eligible for 18 hours of continuing nursing education. 
Classes are typically  held 1 to 2 times weekly at noon Central Time.The Nurse Scholar program provides flexibility in scheduling out time to earn your CNE contact hours. Classes are in the form of webinars that can be viewed live or OnDemand (your own time).  If you are unable to attend a live event, all classes are recorded and are available for you to view at your leisure. If you would like to see a list of all webinar dates and topics, click on the content tab.
Registration will be open until October 14, 2019. Participants will be required to complete all course work (including the final exam) by December 12, 201
Training topics include: Integration of Ag Health into Practice, Special Populations (youth, older adults, immigrant and migrant workers), Zoonotic Diseases, Hearing Conservation, Chemical/Pesticide Exposures, Women's Health, Respiratory Health, Ergonomics, Personal Protective Equipment, Skin Disorders, Behavioral Health, and Emerging and Regional Issues.
image

50% Discount Available to Eligible Candidates!

Individuals working for nonprofit organizations, rural health clinics, federally qualified health centers, government agencies or educational institutions are eligible to receive a 50% discount on the fee for a total cost of $500. Please email Ansley (astpierre@agrisafe.org) your name, email address, Employer name, job title, and employer website address. Ansley will send you a discount code to use at registration.

Price 
Discounted Rate 
(see above text to determine eligibility)
$500

Corporate Rate

$1,000



Key:

Complete
Failed
Available
Locked
Welcome and Introductions
Terms and Conditions
1 Question
Webinar - Welcome and Emerging Health Issues Impacting the Agricultural Workforce
Select the "View On-Demand Recording" button to begin.
Select the "View On-Demand Recording" button to begin.
Nurse Scholar Course Evaluation- Welcome/Emerging Issues
5 Questions
REGISTRATION FORM-NICC
Open to download resource.
Open to download resource. In order to receive Nursing Continuing Education credits for your successful completion of this program, please complete this form and return it to NICC. Email Amy Manning at manningam@nicc.edu with any questions. You do not need to fill out the payment portion of the form as that was covered in your registration. Mail the completed form to: Amy Manning NICC: Wilder Building 1625 Hwy 150 South Calmar, IA 52132
Health and Safety Issues of the Aging Farmer: 9/11/19
PPT Slides: Health and Safety Issues of the Aging Farmer
Open to download resource.
Open to download resource.
Webinar: Health and Safety Issues of the Aging Farmer
Select the "View On-Demand Recording" button to begin.
Select the "View On-Demand Recording" button to begin. Farm operators as well as farm youth experience frequent exposure to high noise and have among the highest prevalence rates of hearing loss among all categories of workers. Additionally, noise exposure impacts multiple organ systems, contributing to cardiovascular disease, hypertension, obesity, and other highly prevalent diseases. Although the effects of noise can be mitigated through use of hearing protection and other strategies, these methods are highly underused in this worker group. Nurses in a variety of clinical settings who provide care for farm operators and farm youth are in a unique position to influence the noise mitigation behaviors of this high-risk and under served group. In this Webinar designed for nurses caring for workers in production agriculture, learners will discuss methods of assessing worker exposure to hazardous noise, and evidence-based nursing approaches to protect workers from the negative effects of noise on hearing and worker well-being. At the completion of this program, the participant will be able to: 1. Discuss a minimum of four several risk factors for noise-induced health problems common among farmers. 2. Describe three major features of interventions shown to be effective influencing farmers' use of hearing protection. 3. Analyze best practices for clinical application of farm noise mitigation effectiveness research.
Post Test - Aging Farmers
5 Questions  |  2 attempts  |  4/5 points to pass
5 Questions  |  2 attempts  |  4/5 points to pass
Nurse Scholar Course Evaluation- Aging Farmers
5 Questions
Musculoskeletal Disorders and Ergonomics-Case Study: 9/25/19
Webinar: Musculoskeletal Disorders and Ergonomics: Case Study
09/25/2019 at 12:00 PM (CDT)   |  60 minutes
09/25/2019 at 12:00 PM (CDT)   |  60 minutes This program is intended to help nurses practicing in rural/agricultural communities identify ergonomic issues leading to musculoskeletal injuries in farm and ranch patients as well as discover resources to aid in injury treatment and prevention. At the completion of this program, the participant will be able to: 1. Identify a minimum of three work site hazards and potential resulting musculoskeletal injuries. 2. Recognize the role of the clinician in preventing disabling and lost time incidents. 3. Discuss the value of an occupational health history and a minimum of two action steps to reduce risk. 4. Locate at least three evidence based reference and patient/client education resources for use in rural practice 5. Integrate at least two assessment strategies into health history information and patient education protocol.
Post Test- Musculoskeletal Disorders and ergonomics
5 Questions  |  1 attempt  |  4/5 points to pass
5 Questions  |  1 attempt  |  4/5 points to pass
Nurse Scholar Course Evaluation- Musculoskeletal Disorders and Ergonomics: Case Study
5 Questions
Prevention of Heat Related Illnesses in Agriculture: 9/26/19
Webinar: Prevention of Heat Related Illnesses in Agriculture
09/26/2019 at 12:00 PM (CDT)   |  60 minutes
09/26/2019 at 12:00 PM (CDT)   |  60 minutes This presentation, Prevention of Heat Related Illnesses in Agriculture, will address the pathophysiology among vulnerable populations and critical steps to prevent heat related illnesses as well as provide patient/client educational resources, At the completion of this program, the participant will be able to: 1. Explain the pathophysiology of heat related illnesses and identify heat stroke, heat exhaustion, syncope, heat rash, and heat cramps. 2. Recognize the dangers of a minimum of three pre-existing health conditions that contribute to heat related illnesses. 3. Identify at least three medications contraindicated while working in extreme heat conditions. 4. Locate evidence based resources recommended to use in patient/client teaching 5. Implement action steps to provide patient and community education and resources relative to prevention of heat related illnesses.
Post Test - Heat Related Illnesses
4 Questions  |  2 attempts  |  3/4 points to pass
4 Questions  |  2 attempts  |  3/4 points to pass
Nurse Scholar Course Evaluation- Prevention of Heat Related Illnesses in Agriculture
5 Questions
Integration of Behavioral Health for Rural Practice: 10/02/19
Webinar: Integration of Behavioral Health for Rural Practice
10/02/2019 at 12:00 PM (CDT)   |  60 minutes
10/02/2019 at 12:00 PM (CDT)   |  60 minutes This program will highlight behavioral issues seen in rural communities; areas that have reduced access to mental health care providers who cover large geographical regions. Clinicians will have access to resources and receive contact information for rural mental health care specialists across the country. At the completion of this program, the participant will be able to: 1. Identify a minimum of three common stressors prevalent among agricultural producers 2. Describe at least four signs and symptoms of depression and anxiety 3. Describe a minimum of four population based and individual based behavioral health interventions 4. Locate three current evidenced based resources in the field of agricultural behavioral health 5. Integrate resources relative to signs and symptoms of altered brain health into patient education and referral opportunities.
Post Test - Behavioral Health
4 Questions  |  2 attempts  |  3/4 points to pass
4 Questions  |  2 attempts  |  3/4 points to pass
Nurse Scholar Course Evaluation- Integration of Behavioral Health for Rural Practice
5 Questions
Safeguarding Children Who Live and Work on Farms- A Clinician's Guide: 10/09/19
Webinar: Safeguarding Children Who Live and Work on Farms: A Clinician's Guide
10/09/2019 at 12:00 PM (CDT)   |  90 minutes
10/09/2019 at 12:00 PM (CDT)   |  90 minutes For children who grow up and/or work on farms, there can be life-long benefits. At the same time, agriculture remains one of our nation's most dangerous occupations and one of the few work sites where children's presence is permitted. This webinar will provide an overview of the toll of serious childhood agricultural injuries and fatalities. In addition to demographic data on injury victims, agents of injuries, and impacts/sequelae, we will explore factors that put certain children at increased risk of future injuries. Strategies for preventing childhood agricultural injuries, including resources for farm owners and parents will be described. Rural clinicians' roles in counseling farm families and their opportunities for rural community advocacy will be addressed. Two case studies will be presented. At the completion of this program, the participant will be able to: 1. List the five most common hazards leading to serious injuries and fatalities of children on farms. 2. Describe at least four risk factors for injury exposures to children on farms. 3. Describe three basic principles clinicians can promote so that parents/farm owners are aware of how they can safeguard children that play, work and/or visit on farms. 4. Respond to parent/farm owners' requests for take-home resources with safety strategies. 5. Understand rural clinicians' options for advocating for safer conditions for children on farms.
Nurse Scholar Course Evaluation- Safeguarding Children Who Live and Work on Farms: A Clinician's Guide
5 Questions
Health and Well-Being of Immigrant and Migrant Farmworkers: 10/16/19
Webinar: Health and Well-Being of Immigrant and Migrant Farmworkers
10/16/2019 at 12:00 PM (CDT)   |  60 minutes
10/16/2019 at 12:00 PM (CDT)   |  60 minutes This webinar will focus on migrant and immigrant farmworkers, particularly Latino workers, given that they comprise a large share of the agricultural workforce. As the demographic composition of many rural communities changes, it will be imperative for health professionals to understand the unique health and cultural challenges associated with serving their changing patient population. During this webinar, we will define who are migrant and immigrant farmworkers; discuss physical, behavioral, and social health characteristics of these workers; discuss available resources; and assist participants in working with diverse patients. At the completion of this program, the participant will be able to: 1. Differentiate between migrant and immigrant farmworkers in the U.S. 2. Identify a minimum of four of the physical, behavioral, and social health challenges found among migrant and immigrant farmworkers 3. Access at least three resources to serve migrant and immigrant farmworkers 4. Integrate this information into daily clinical and educational interactions with migrant or immigrant farmworkers
Nurse Scholar Course Evaluation- Health and Well-Being of Immigrant and Migrant Farmworkers
5 Questions
Zoonoses – Infectious Diseases We Share with Animals in the Farm Environment: 10/17/19
Webinar: Zoonoses – Infectious Diseases We Share with Animals in the Farm Environment
10/17/2019 at 12:00 PM (CDT)   |  90 minutes
10/17/2019 at 12:00 PM (CDT)   |  90 minutes There are over 250 infectious diseases we share with animals. Twenty four of these are import ant occupational hazards to farmers, their families and workers in the U.S. Most people have heard of bird flu and swine flu. However how many know the specific risk of human illness from these viruses. Less in the media, are disease even more common that we share with animals, such as certain dermal fungal infections from cattle, bacterial infections contracted from urine or aborted fetuses. Also have you heard about one of the most feared hospital acquired infections (MRSA) that now resides in farm animals. This lecture will answer all these questions and many more, plus how to recognize and prevent them. It will be delivered in a strory telling context by case example, as this author has investigated and diagnose these illnesses in a career convering over 40 years in Agricultural Medicine. At the completion of this program, the participant will be able to: 1. Identify at least three swine zoonotic infection signs and symptoms 2. Identify at least three dairy/cattle zoonotic infection signs and symptoms 3. Identify one symptom of avian/bird influenza 4. Locate evidence based resources to share with clinicians and patients related to zoonotic infection prevention and treatment. 5. Integrate general recommendations for prevention and treatment or treatment referral relative to zoonotic disease.
Post Test- Zoonosis: Infectious diseases we share with animals in the farm environment
5 Questions  |  2 attempts  |  3/5 points to pass
5 Questions  |  2 attempts  |  3/5 points to pass
Nurse Scholar Course Evaluation- Zoonoses – Infectious Diseases We Share with Animal in the Farm Environment
5 Questions
The Opioid Crisis- Evolution, Impact on Workers, Mitigation Strategies: 10/23/19
Webinar: The Opioid Crisis: Evolution, Impact on Workers, Mitigation Strategies
10/23/2019 at 12:00 PM (CDT)   |  60 minutes
10/23/2019 at 12:00 PM (CDT)   |  60 minutes Prescription drug overdoses are the leading cause of unintentional death in the United States. Opioid overuse, which accounts for a large fraction of unintentional drug deaths, is a serious public health problem with significant impacts on individuals, communities, and businesses. This webinar will explore the origins of the opioid epidemic, review the medical and social impacts of opioid prescriptions on workers and businesses, and discuss interventions to mitigate opioid overuse while providing appropriate treatment for injuries and pain. At the completion of this program, the participant will be able to 1. Describe what the opioid crisis means 2. Understand the recent history leading to the current opioid crisis 3. List 3 health consequences of opioid use 4. Recognize the difference between physical dependence and addiction 5. Identify 3 ways to reduce the likelihood of opioid dependence 6. Competently promote non-pharmacologic methods of pain treatment
Post Test- Opioid Crisis
5 Questions  |  2 attempts  |  4/5 points to pass
5 Questions  |  2 attempts  |  4/5 points to pass
Nurse Scholar Course Evaluation- The Opioid Crisis: Evolution, Impact on Workers, Mitigation Strategies
5 Questions
Women’s Health Issues in the Agricultural Workforce: 10/24/19
Webinar: Women’s Health Issues in the Agricultural Workforce
10/24/2019 at 12:00 PM (CDT)   |  60 minutes
10/24/2019 at 12:00 PM (CDT)   |  60 minutes Nearly 300,000 women serve as principal operators on farms and ranches across the U.S. and countless more women live and work in an agricultural environment. Participants in this program will review some of the women’s issues related to life in agriculture and the impact on their health and safety. At the completion of this program, the participant will be able to: 1. List a minimum of four factors related to women’s health and safety in agriculture. 2. Discuss a minimum of three potential solutions that would address the unique safety and health challenges to women engaged in agriculture. 3. Locate a minimum of three recommended clinical and community health resources that address women’s agricultural health and safety program development and education needs.
Post Test - Women's Health
3 Questions  |  2 attempts  |  2/3 points to pass
3 Questions  |  2 attempts  |  2/3 points to pass
Nurse Scholar Course Evaluation- Women’s Health Issues in the Agricultural Workforce
5 Questions
Chemical/Pesticide Exposures and the Health Effects Impacting the Rural Community: 10/30/19
Webinar: Chemical/Pesticide Exposures and the Health Effects Impacting the Rural Community
10/30/2019 at 12:00 PM (CDT)   |  60 minutes
10/30/2019 at 12:00 PM (CDT)   |  60 minutes This webinar will focus on the major agricultural chemicals that have been associated with toxic health effects in agricultural families. Exposure pathways will be described along with measures to reduce exposure, using examples from research programs. Major health effects according to chemical type will be discussed, along with emerging development of bio markers of pre-clinical health effects. Prevention will be stressed including ways that individual workers can protect themselves and their families. Health policy considerations will be discussed along with a focus on vulnerable populations. Implications for nursing interventions will be emphasized. At the completion of this program, the participant will be able to: 1. Identify major types of pesticides used in agriculture in the U.S. 2. Discuss exposure pathways and interventions to prevent exposure in susceptible populations. 3. Integrate the use of bio-markers to identify exposure and health effects in agricultural research 4. Discuss the nurses role in pesticide safety education with emphasis on the protection of vulnerable populations.
Nurse Scholar Course Evaluation- Chemical/Pesticide Exposures and the Health Effects Impacting the Rural Community
5 Questions
Dermatologic Disorders in Agriculture: 10/31/19
Webinar: Dermatologic Disorders in Agriculture
10/31/2019 at 12:00 PM (CDT)   |  60 minutes
10/31/2019 at 12:00 PM (CDT)   |  60 minutes In addition to the high prevalence rate of skin cancer among agricultural workers, there are multiple dermatological exposures and infections resulting from close and persistent contact with animals, vegetation, and chemicals. This program will address the stages of skin cancer and identifying markers, common dermatological infections and diseases and the respective signs and symptoms; preventative measures and treatment modalities. At the completion of this program, the participant will be able to: 1. Identify at least 3 signs of potential skin cancer 2. Recognize at least 2 symptoms of dermatological responses to chemical exposures 3. Recognize a minimum of four dermatological symptoms of exposure to animals and vegetation common in agricultural areas 4. Locate a minimum of four evidence based resources for use in clinical practice and patient education. 5. Integrate knowledge gained into identification, patient education, and treatment modalities for skin diseases common to the agricultural industry.
Post Test- Dermatologic Disorders in Agriculture
5 Questions  |  2 attempts  |  4/8 points to pass
5 Questions  |  2 attempts  |  4/8 points to pass
Nurse Scholar Course Evaluation- Dermatologic Disorders in Agriculture
5 Questions
Increasing the Use of Hearing Protection Among Farmers- Best Practices: 11/06/19
Webinar: Increasing the Use of Hearing Protection Among Farmers: Best Practices
11/06/2019 at 12:00 PM (CST)   |  60 minutes
11/06/2019 at 12:00 PM (CST)   |  60 minutes Farm operators as well as farm youth experience frequent exposure to high noise and have among the highest prevalence rates of hearing loss among all categories of workers. Additionally, noise exposure impacts multiple organ systems, contributing to cardiovascular disease, hypertension, obesity, and other highly prevalent diseases. Although the effects of noise can be mitigated through use of hearing protection and other strategies, these methods are highly underused in this worker group. Nurses in a variety of clinical settings who provide care for farm operators and farm youth are in a unique position to influence the noise mitigation behaviors of this high-risk and under served group. In this Webinar designed for nurses caring for workers in production agriculture, learners will discuss methods of assessing worker exposure to hazardous noise, and evidence-based nursing approaches to protect workers from the negative effects of noise on hearing and worker well-being. At the completion of this program, the participant will be able to 1. Discuss a minimum of four several risk factors for noise-induced health problems common among farmers. 2. Describe three major features of interventions shown to be effective influencing farmers' use of hearing protection. 3. Analyze best practices for clinical application of farm noise mitigation effectiveness research.
Post Test - Hearing
5 Questions  |  2 attempts  |  4/5 points to pass
5 Questions  |  2 attempts  |  4/5 points to pass
Nurse Scholar Course Evaluation- Increasing the Use of Hearing Protection Among Farmers: Best Practices
5 Questions
Allergic & Non-Allergic Respiratory Disease: 11/13/19
Webinar: Allergic & Non-Allergic Respiratory Disease
11/13/2019 at 12:00 PM (CST)   |  60 minutes
11/13/2019 at 12:00 PM (CST)   |  60 minutes The goal of the webinar is to inform health care providers of farmers and farming exposed workers on the allergic and non-allergic respiratory diseases commonplace to this type of environment. The webinar will cover a general overview of allergic and non-allergic respiratory diseases including asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, hypersensitivity pneumonia, and organic dust toxic syndrome. At the completion of this program, the participant will be able to: 1. Recognize and determine allergic respiratory disease and discuss relevance with on farming community. 2. Discuss the diagnostic evaluation of occupational induced asthma. 3. Recognize the common causes of non-allergic respiratory disease among farmers including chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, organic dust toxic syndrome, and hypersensitivity pneumonitis. 4. Discuss treatment options for respiratory disease in farmers. 5. Integrate, analyze or demonstrate treatment and prevention interventions for a person with respiratory disease
Post Test-Allergic & Non-Allergic Respiratory Disease
5 Questions  |  2 attempts  |  4/5 points to pass
5 Questions  |  2 attempts  |  4/5 points to pass
Nurse Scholar Course Evaluation- Allergic & Non-Allergic Respiratory Disease
5 Questions
Respiratory PPE – Implications in Agriculture: 11/14/19
Webinar: Respiratory PPE – Implications in Agriculture
11/14/2019 at 12:00 PM (CST)   |  60 minutes
11/14/2019 at 12:00 PM (CST)   |  60 minutes This presentation will provide nurses practicing in rural communities with training and resources to assist clients in the selection, use, and fit of personal protective equipment appropriate for agricultural respiratory exposures. At the completion of this program, the participant will be able to: 1. List a minimum of four major agricultural workplace hazards 2. Describe at least two major respiratory illnesses caused by agricultural workplace exposures 3. Identify and describe a minimum of three types of respiratory protection used in the agricultural workplace. 4. Integrate four evidence based resources used in personal protective equipment education for clinicians and patient/client information
Post Test - PPE
2 Questions  |  2 attempts  |  2/2 points to pass
2 Questions  |  2 attempts  |  2/2 points to pass
Nurse Scholar Course Evaluation- Respiratory PPE – Implications in Agriculture
5 Questions
Respiratory Health of Agricultural Producers in Clinical Practice: 12/04/19
Webinar: Respiratory Health of Agricultural Producers in Clinical Practice
12/04/2019 at 12:00 PM (CST)   |  60 minutes
12/04/2019 at 12:00 PM (CST)   |  60 minutes Agricultural producers are exposed to a variety of respiratory hazards in their day to day work environment. Because it is not always possible to eliminate these exposures, acute and chronic illnesses can and do occur. This program will address the major exposure hazards, identify symptoms and preventive measures, and discuss the value of obtaining an occupational health history At the completion of this program, the participant will be able to: 1. Review rural healthcare challenges for providers. 2. Identify the importance of an occupational health history and a respiratory specific health assessment tool. 3. Discuss the respiratory hazards and symptoms associated with agricultural activities. 4. Implement the respiratory health assessment tool.
Post Test - Respiratory Health
5 Questions  |  2 attempts  |  4/5 points to pass
5 Questions  |  2 attempts  |  4/5 points to pass
Nurse Scholar Course Evaluation- Respiratory Health of Agricultural Producers in Clinical Practice
5 Questions
Head to Toe PPE and Program Review; 12/05/19
Webinar: Head to Toe PPE and Program Review
12/05/2019 at 12:00 PM (CST)   |  60 minutes
12/05/2019 at 12:00 PM (CST)   |  60 minutes In addition to respiratory protective equipment, hearing, vision, torso, head and skin protection is critical to agricultural health and safety. Recommended and evidence based protective gear will be discussed and examples shown. The Nurse Scholar program will be reviewed and any questions addressed at this time. A discussion period will provide opportunity to clarify any unmet issues and participants will share experiences from their respective practices. At the completion of this program, the participants will be able to 1. Identify and describe multiple types of personal protective equipment appropriate for agricultural workers 2. Identify work scenarios where personal protective equipment is important. 3. Review evidence based resource material for use in clinical and community education settings. 4. Evaluate the Nurse Scholar program and describe opportunities to integrated knowledge gained into respective community practices.
Post Test - Head to Toe PPE
2 Questions  |  2 attempts  |  2/2 points to pass
2 Questions  |  2 attempts  |  2/2 points to pass
Nurse Scholar Course Evaluation- Head to Toe PPE
5 Questions
Comprehensive Exam
Certificate and Continuing Nursing Education Credit
2019 Nurse Scholar Course Evaluation
14 Questions
14 Questions In order to better serve you and plan for future programs, your evaluation of the class and the instructors is very important. Evaluations may also be mailed directly to: Iowa Board of Nursing 400 SW 8th Street, Suite B Des Moines, IA 50309-4685
To see a list of the 2019 Nurse Scholar topic titles and course objectives for each presentation: 

Deborah B. Reed, MSPH, PhD, RN, FAAOHN, FAAN

Distinguished Service Professor and Good Samaritan Endowed Chair College of Nursing University of Kentucky

Charlotte Halverson, RN, BSN, COHN-S

Nurse Scholar Program Coordinator and Lead Instructor, Clinical Director, AgriSafe Network

Knesha Rose-Davison, MPH

Health Communications Director

Christine L. Chasek LIMHP, LADC, LPC

Associate Professor / Department of Counseling and School Psychology, Director of BHECN at UNK University of Nebraska at Kearney

Barbara C. Lee, RN, MSN, PhD

Director and Senior Research Scientist, National Farm Medicine Center, Marshfield Clinic Health Systems, and Director, National Children's Center for Rural and Agricultural Health and Safety

Athena Ramos, PhD, MBA, MS, CPM

Community Health Program Manager/Instructor, Center for Reducing Health Disparities/Department of Health Promotion, Social, and Behavioral Health, University of Nebraska Medical Center

Kelley J. Donham, MS, DVM, DACVPM

Consultant in Agricultural Medicine and the Rural Health Clinic of Eastern Iowa

Linda Emanuel, RN

Community Health Nurse, AgriSafe Network

Rupali Das, MD, MPH, FACOEM

Senior Vice President, California Medical Director, Zenith Insurance Company, and Associate Clinical Professor, Division of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, University of California San Francisco

Marjorie McCullagh, PhD, RN, PHNA-BC, COHN-S, FAAOHN, FAAN

Professor and Occupational Health Nursing Program Director, University of Michigan School of Nursing

Jill Poole, MD

Professor of Medicine Section Chief and Medical Director of Allergy Nebraska Medical Center University of Nebraska Medical Center Pulmonary, Critical Care, Sleep & Allergy Division Department of Medicine

Sarah Hunt, MSN, APRN, FNP-BC

Regis University and Sanford Center for Digestive Health

Diane Rohlman, PhD

Director, Agricultural Safety and Health Program , University of Iowa

Nate Fethke, PhD, CPE

Associate Professor Occupational &Environmental Health, University of Iowa

Diana R. Simmes, MPH

Pesticide Medical Education Director University of California Davis Continuing & Professional Education + Courtesy Assistant Professor of Practice Oregon State University