This session focused on the latest research and findings in the field about health impacts of fracking. The panel shared examples of impacts found in research, in the field and ways these impacts can be used in organizing efforts. View the recording below. 

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About the Presenters:

Lenore Resick

Lenore (Leni) Resick, PhD, CRNP, FNP-BC

FAMILY NURSE PRACTITIONER
SOUTHWEST PENNSYLVANIA ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PROJECT

Lenore (Leni) K. Resick, a native of Southwestern Pennsylvania, has over forty years of clinical experience as a nurse and over twenty-seven years of clinical experience as a family nurse practitioner in a variety of settings including occupational health and community-based care focused on disease prevention, health promotion, wellness and self-care management.

Leni's slides

Gina Angiola

Gina Angiola, MD

BOARD MEMBER
CHESAPEAKE PHYSICIANS FOR SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

Gina Angiola is a retired physician who has cared for patients both as a solo-practitioner and in a teaching capacity in obstetrics and gynecology. She is the lead campaigner for Chesapeake Physicians for Social Responsibility on issues surrounding unconventional gas development, and supports Chesapeake PSR's work on climate change and clean energy solutions.

Gina's slides

Sahru Keiser

Sahru Keiser

PROGRAM MANAGER
BREAST CANCER ACTION

Sahru manages the program department for Breast Cancer Action. She works on educating the public on issues of health inequities related to breast cancer and mobilizing BCAction’s national partners on breast cancer issues including involuntary environmental exposures, treatment advocacy and pink ribbon marketing and culture. Sahru’s mission, as a public health practitioner, is to work towards ending the devastating effects of discrimination and oppression on health.

Sahru's slides

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