Training Program: Impact of Environmental Pollutants on Reproductive Health
Module II: Environmental Pollution
Module coordinator: Prof. Dr. Amina Farag
Both men and women who are exposed to environmental toxins in the home and in the workplace may increase their risk of reproductive effects. Exposure of women, because of the potential risk for pregnancy, can also result in exposures to the developing infant. Participants will develop an understanding of the reproductive consequences of exposure to hazardous substances such as dioxins, solvents, pesticides, and biological and infectious substances that may be encountered in the home, the workplace, and in the environment.
The objective of this module is to provide basic knowledge and skills in environmental pollution and how to change their attitude to protective themselves against the major environmental pollutants.
The contents of this module will be classified as follows:
1. Explain the purpose of the module
2. Use worksheet by participants
A series of questions of the main points of the module will be introduced.
3. Lectures as Pdf, PowerPoint Presentation, and video
Through this module, five lectures will be presented as Pdf, PowerPoint presentation
and video record as follows:Definition/Sources of pollution/ and routes of exposure
- Difination Pages/ pdf pdf Pages/slides Video
- Air pollution Pages/ pdf pdf Pages/slides Video
- Water Polluion Pages/ pdf pdf Pages/slides Video
- Soil contamination Pages/ pdf pdf pages/slides
- Food contamination Pages/ pdf pdf pages/slides
4. Use Worksheet again
The participants will be instructed to complete the same worksheet at the ending of
the module, in small groups. This step is done to know the level of the knowledge gained
by the participants.
5. Short Quiz as multiple choice questions
PRACTICAL Presented by: Eng. Mohamed El Attar Prof Dr. Amina Farag