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9/11 Health Training

The activities below will explain details of the World Trade Center (WTC) Health Program, and provide clinical information for screening and treating patients who may have been exposed to the toxins and traumas of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks and their aftermath in New York City, at the Pentagon, and at the Shanksville, PA, site.

Not familiar with the WTC Health Program? Learn more about us and who we serve.

Best Practices for Clinical Care in the WTC Health Program - Webinar Series

The WTC Health Program presents a free webinar series to highlight best practices in the diagnosis and treatment of 9/11-related conditions. This is an effort to promote and maintain high quality medical care within the WTC Health Program.

Please note: Continuing Education credit is available for select webinars.

Webinar Details

Screening and Treatment of Responders and Survivors and the WTC Health Program – Training Series

The WTC Health Program presents several trainings focused on the monitoring, identification, and treatment of WTC-related conditions. Presenters include the medical directors and clinicians from the Program’s Clinical Centers of Excellence, as well as researchers with experience studying the impact of 9/11 exposures on different populations.

Please note: The following trainings have expired but are still available to view for educational purposes. You cannot receive continuing education credit for any of these courses.

Training Details