Indoor Air Quality

A Free 4-Part Webinar Series
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Join us for the first instillation of our free 4-part webinar series on Indoor Air Quality in Homes in collaboration with Hayward Institute. The American Nurses Association’s Healthy Nurse, Healthy Nation program will co-sponsor the webinar series, in addition to other nursing and health professional organizations. Come listen and engage with indoor air quality experts, who will offer their insights into the critical role health professionals can play in addressing indoor air quality in homes. In addition to offering their wealth of knowledge and expertise in the field, our speakers will provide action items and assessment tools that can be adapted into our health practice

1 hour of Nursing CE credit will be offered to participants who complete an evaluation and receive at least 80% on post-test for each webinar session (4 total CEs available).

In Collaboration With

Hosted By

Alexis Duran


Leadership Council Memeber for California Nurses for Environmental Health and Justice

Holly Carpenter


Senior Policy Advisor with American Nurses Association


Meet Our Speakers

Lisa M. Thompson

Lisa M. Thompson


Dr. Lisa M. Thompson, PhD, MS, RN, FNP, FAAN, is a tenured Professor in the Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing at Emory University. The focus of her research is to evaluate effective behavioral change interventions to reduce maternal and infant exposures to household air pollution from the use of solid cooking fuels in low-resource countries. For the past 20 years, she has worked on intervention trials related to household air pollution, starting as a graduate student on a landmark study, the first randomized stove intervention study on infant pneumonia in Guatemala (RESPIRE trial), and currently works on the Household Air Pollution Intervention Network (HAPIN) stove intervention trial in Guatemala, Peru, Rwanda, and India. She is the principal investigator of a village-level cluster randomized trial in rural Guatemala (Ecolectivos). This is an implementation science study to develop and evaluate community-level interventions that aim to reduce household burning of plastic waste. She was inducted into the 2021 Sigma Theta Tau International Nurse Researcher Hall of Fame and received the 2023 Episteme Laureate award from Sigma.

Barbara Sattler

Barbara Sattler


Dr. Sattler is a professor at the University of San Francisco and an international leader in environmental health and nursing. She is a founding and active member of both California Nurses for Environmental Health & Justice, as well as the Alliance of Nurses for Healthy Environments. While at the University of Maryland, she directed the Maryland hospitals for Healthy Environments, a 10-year statewide initiative that helped hospitals develop sustainable policies and practice to achieve the triple bottom line of employee health, patient health, and ecological health. She also helped to bring local, sustainable, and healthy foods to Maryland’s hospitals, supported by grants from the US Department of Agriculture. 

Dr. Sattler has worked in communities facing environmental health risks associated with lead-based paint, pesticides, superfund sites, and risks associated with gas and oil extraction, including fracking. She has been an advisor to the US EPA’s Office of Child Health Protection and the National Library of Medicine for informational needs of health professionals on environmental health. Dr. Sattler has been the recipient of NIEHS, HUD, and EPA grants, as well as a host of private foundations. She is also an author of Environmental Health and Nursing Practice and a host of peer-reviewed articles. Dr. Sattler is a Registered Nurse with an MPH and DrPH from the John Hopkins School of Public Health. She is a Fellow in the American Academy of Nursing.


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