Resources for Clinicians

Because PFAS are so ubiquitous in the environment and exposures are so widespread, it’s important for clinicians to be informed. Below are resources to help guide you in your practice.

Video: Health Education and Guidance on PFAS Exposure

This presentation highlights the importance of increasing clinical knowledge and understanding among healthcare providers for patients with potential risk factors and/or concerns about PFAS exposure. The presentation discusses individual risk factors and teaches the audience current federal recommendations for screening, as well as other protocols for assessing PFAS exposure and prevention and follow up approaches where research and research findings may be involved and/or unclear. The presentation promotes knowledge and competence for understanding and recognizing likely PFAS environmental exposures and preventing further exposure.

Resources Handout (pdf)

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Additional Resources

Medical Screening Guidance

Medical and Public Health Professional Organizations

Scientific Studies

Listserv

  • Join a listserv to receive updates about PFAS in clinical practice and take action to improve patient care. To join, please send an email with the subject line “subscribe” to PFASinPatientCare@msu.edu. Include your name, any credentials (e.g., MD, DO, PA, RN, LMSW, PhD, MPH), and your interest in PFAS.

Other Tools

Worker Health and Safety

Technical Guidance