Learn withThe Alliance of Nurses for Healthy Environments
Discover our range of short courses, workshops, and webinar series designed to improve your knowledge around a variety of environmental health topics. Our mission is to promote healthy people and healthy environments by educating and leading the nursing profession, advancing research, incorporating evidence-based practice, and influencing policy.
MACCHE Webinar Series Part 4: Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS): The potential Impact on children’s health and nursing’s role in advancing children’s health
This presentation describes the latest research on polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), their impact on health, and opportunities for nursing engagement.
This webinar discusses the current plastic pollution crisis, health effects of plastic exposure, and opportunities to create effective change.
Sandra R. Curtis, PhD
Nurses Inspiring Nurses Experiences of the ANHE Environmental Health Nurse Fellows Part 1
In this presentation, David Buchheit, Erika Alfaro Lemus, and Sheila Stone discuss their experience working with Community-Based Organizations (CBOs) through ANHE’s Environmental Health Nurse Fellowship.
David Buchheit, Erika Alfaro Lemus, and Sheila Stone
Green Bag Lunch – Green Tea Webinar Series #2: Pesticides
This webinar discusses the impact of pesticides on human health and opportunities for nursing engagement.
Green Bag Lunch – Green Tea Webinar Series #1: Introduction + Soil, Seeds & Pollinators
This webinar provides an introduction on the topic of food, agriculture, and human health.
Briefing for Nurses: Report on the Just Transition Listening Project
This webinar will review actions that nurses can take to promote a just transition away from fossil fuels to a sustainable future.
Michael Leon Guerrero, Vivian Price
Climate Crisis A Call for Nursing Action
This webinar gives an overview of the current climate crisis and opportunities for nursing engagement.
Lisa Jordan, Carol Lindsey, Karen Wolf
The Cost of Inaction: Estimating the Health Costs of Climate Sensitive Events
This webinar reviews current research around the health costs of climate sensitive-events and opportunities for nursing engagement.
How it works
We have a wide range of courses, pick your favorite.
Our course topics cover a wide range of environmental health issues. Learn about how climate change impacts the health of humans, the newest research around toxic chemicals in our environment, the fossil fuel industry, or how to engage in policy action towards a more just and equitable economy. Whatever your environmental health interests are, we’ve got a course to meet your nursing needs.
It doesn’t matter where you are in the world, our courses are open to everyone.
Nurses are the largest and most trusted professionals in the world! No matter where you’re practicing, you can access our learning content from anywhere, anytime.
Content is available 24/7 so you can study at your own pace and as your schedule allows.
We know you’re busy juggling all those hats! Learn, study, and test your knowledge at a pace that works best for you.
Demonstrate your new knowledge and take a test to get certified.
Almost all of our courses are approved by the California Board of Registered Nurses to qualify for Continuing Education Unit credits (CEs) for nurses.
Complete your learning to get certified.
Once you complete each course and assess your learning through a short post-test, you will receive a personalized and downloadable certificate for nursing CEs.
Abby Mutic, BS, BSN, MSN
Abby Mutic felt compelled to become a researcher, close the clinical research gap that persists, and translate literature into clinical practice changes. Abby’s unique academic experiences have provided her with a diverse background with which to pursue a doctoral education. She chose to enhance my undergraduate biology studies with psychology, leading to a focused biobehavioral discipline. Later, Abby focused on maternal-child nursing receiving a MSN specializing in nurse-midwifery. Working with high poverty rates and women with poor health awareness, she developed an interest in identifying chemical risk factors adversely affecting pregnant women and children. While at Emory, Abby has been building foundational research skills in data collection, management, analysis, and dissemination.
Ruth G. Esa, BSN, RN, CCRN
Ruth Ruivivar, BSN, RN, CCRN is a certified critical care nurse and has worked in the Surgical ICU for 8 years at LIJ-Northwell Health. In addition to critical care, she will start a new role as a home hospice nurse for Long Island Hospice Care Network. Ruth completed the Integrative Healing Arts Program for Holistic Nursing given by the American Holistic Nurses Association. Through the program she has worked with nurse managers to promote self-care amongst staff. Ruth was featured in Northwell’s publication “Nurses of Northwell Health: A Sense of Purpose” where she wrote about Reiki and benefits to patients. She has volunteered to recover children after cleft lip and palate surgeries with Medical Missions for Children in Quito, Ecuador.
Eriko Sase, Ph.D.
The Lancet Commission
Eriko Sase is an award winning scholar in Health Science. She is a member of The Lancet Commission on the Value of Death (2018-2020) and studies the relationship between medicine and death/dying. She conducts her research on human rights and bioethics issues in end-of-life care as a visiting researcher in the Kennedy Institute of Ethics at Georgetown University. Her 60+ publications include the articles from The Lancet and a book chapter in Gostin L.O. et al (eds.) Advancing the Human Right to Health from the Oxford University Press (2013). She specializes in health and human rights, global/public health, and healthcare policy. She received her Ph.D. from The University of Tokyo, Japan, and was a Takemi Fellow in International Health at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. She was the inaugural Director of the Global Health Systems Program in Wright State University. She currently holds multiple appointments; Abe Fellow with the Social Science Research Council & the Japan Foundation Center for Global Partnership, adjunct faculty in the Graduate School of Medicine at The University of Tokyo, visiting professor at Saitama Prefectural University, and a member of the board of directors at the Global Health Research Center of Japan.
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