The World Trade Center (WTC) Health Program provides medical monitoring and treatment for emergency responders, recovery and cleanup workers, and volunteers who helped after the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001, at the WTC, the Pentagon, and the crash site near Shanksville, Pennsylvania. The WTC Health Program also provides health evaluations and treatment for eligible people who were present in the dust or dust cloud on 9/11 or who worked, resided, or attended school, childcare, or adult daycare in the New York City disaster area for a period of time on 9/11 and/or during the following months. The CME/CE activities below will explain details of the WTC Health Program, as well as provide clinical information for screening and treating patients who may have been exposed to these sites.
Cancer screening and treatment is covered under the WTC Health Program. Have you asked your cancer patients where they were on 9/11?Course Details
What have we learned since 9/11 about disaster response and the medical needs of responders and survivors?Course Details
If a patient said he was a 9/11 responder or survivor, would you know what medical and mental health comorbidities to consider?Course Details
Fourteen years later, are you familiar with the 9/11 health risks?Course Details
Do you have patients with conditions that may be as a result of exposure on 9/11?Course Details
The goal of this educational activity is to explain the environmental hazards associated with the 9/11 attacks and provide information about the World Trade Center Health Program.Course Details