The CDC recommends that all 1-and 2-year-old children be screened for lead and that the most effective measure for mitigating lead poisoning in children is through primary prevention. This study evaluates lead screening rates at a Family Medicine Clinic in Williston, VT and seeks to gather community perspective on a potential failure of primary prevention in the town.
Vermont, Williston, Lead poisoning, lead screening, provider education
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Environmental Health and Protection | Medical Education | Primary Care
Harlow, Ethan R., "Williston, VT: Evaluating Child Lead Screening Rates and a Potential Exposure" (2016). Family Medicine Block Clerkship, Student Projects. 214.