NEHA October 2022 Journal of Environmental Health

October 2022 • Journal of Environmental Health 35 public health. These webinars are designed to explain specific environmental health concerns, events, and resources, in collaboration with EH Nexus partners. Attendees are provided actionable information and additional resources to support them. Webinars are recorded and attendees are encouraged to share the recordings with their colleagues, partners, and communities. The EHNexus also hosts conferences. These events provide a more interactive knowledgesharing environment through breakout sessions, open discussions, and presentations. We have covered topics on extreme heat and climate change and working with partners such as the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and National Institute of Standards and Technology. EH Nexus newsletters include a timely monthly topic, helpful tools, guidance, announcements of upcoming EH Nexus and partner webinars, and public health events across the globe such as World Food Safety Day. The newsletter also provides information that the audience can use to protect themselves, their families, and their communities. The EH Nexus partnerships are a collection of partner organizations committed to sharing environmental health information with audiences who have an interest in environmental public health issues. EH Nexus partner organizations are diverse and come from all sectors and jurisdictions. The common thread among the partners is a commitment to environmental health communication. As partners, we work together on communication activities, such as a webinar in March 2022 about climate change and how clinics can plan and prepare for its impact. We partnered with the Health Resources Services Administration on this event. We also collaborated with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on webinars for National Lead Poisoning Prevention Week in October. We are planning many more upcoming collaborative activities with our partners. Environmental Health Nexus Outreach The EH Nexus is actively expanding its partnerships. All organizations that have an interest in promoting environmental health activities are welcome to join. Joint webinars and other communication activities help our partners reach new audiences and expand their outreach. The EH Nexus is also strengthening its connections with academic environmental health institutions. These institutions have strong connections with their local environmental health communities and can help share information widely. To learn more, visit www. Corresponding Author: CDR Anna Khan, Associate Director for Communication, National Center for Environmental Health, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 4770 Buford Highway, Atlanta, GA 30341. Email: Be part of the Environmental Health Nexus (EH Nexus) as we work together to share knowledge, save lives, and protect public health. Healthy environment, healthy you. • Reach out to us at ehnexus@cdc. gov to sign up as a partner. • View the EH Nexus at nceh/ehsp/ehnexus/index.htm. • Subscribe to the monthly newsletter at https://tools.cdc. gov/campaignproxyservice/ subscriptions.aspx?topic_ id=USCDC_2150. Join the Environmental Health Nexus! Join the only community of people as dedicated as you are about protecting human health and the environment. Begin connecting today through NEHA membership. ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH It’s a tough job. That’s why you love it. C M Y CM MY CY CMY K