The BC Lung Association in partnership with Interior Health Authority, Health Canada – First Nations and Inuit Health Branch invite the public to the following health forums in a variety of BC communities. More info here.
Spirometry is the medical word for a simple breathing test that can help in the diagnosis of different lung diseases. It's a painless test that usually takes less than 10 minutes. For information on spirometry and where to get tested, go here.
This year’s workshop is focused on raising awareness of radon and its health impacts, bringing together a network of people in BC involved in radon testing and mitigation, and engaging local industry, municipal, and health professionals in reducing radon exposure. Click here to view registration information and further details.
The Air Quality & Health Workshop takes place every year to address relevant topics and new research related to British Columbia's air. For more information and to see this year's topics, go here.
To read about upcoming webinars and view slides and information on past webinars in the series, go here.
Air Quality & Health Public Forums are offered in communities throughout BC to help educate local communities about issues that affect them. Click here for information on upcoming Forums.
To read about upcoming webinars and view information and video recording of past webinars in the series, go here.
E-cigarettes are perceived as a safe, fashionable alternative to cigarette smoking. The variety of styles and availability of flavors make it attractive to youth. But what do we really know about them? To view presentation slides for "E-cigarettes: Boon or Bust" go here.