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Craig Slatin

Craig Slatin
Craig SlatinProfessor
  • CollegeZuckerberg College of Health Sciences
  • DepartmentCommunity Health & Sustainability
  • EmailCraig_Slatin@uml.edu

Research Interests

Work Environment Policy, Health Education and Policy

climate change, environmental justice, worker health and safety training, role of employers in occupational health and safety, capitalist corruption impacts on health

Education

  • Other: Work Environment Policy, (1999), University of Massachusetts Lowell - Lowell, MA
    Dissertation/Thesis Title: Training for Action: The Political Economy of the Superfund Worker Training Program
  • Other: Environmental/Occupational Health, (1986), Boston University - Boston, MA
  • BA, (1982), University of Massachusetts, Boston, College of Public and Community Services. - Boston, Massachusetts
    Dissertation/Thesis Title: (Concentration: Human Services)
  • Other: Liberal Arts, (1971), Rutgers University - New Jersey

Awards and Honors

  • EPA Region I Environmental Merit Award (2012), Service, Professional - The New England Consortium
  • Harriet Hardy Award (2012), Service, Professional - Western MassCOSH Annual Dinner
  • National Student-Athlete Day Award For Inspiring And Supporting A Student Athlete (2012), Service, Community - UMass Lowell, Athletics Department
  • Harriet Hardy Award: For contributions to occupational and safety and health (2012) - Western MassCOSH Annual Dinner
  • EPA Region I Environmental Merit Award _ The New England Consortium (2012) - The New England Consortium
  • National Student-Athlete Day Award For Inspiring And Supporting A Student Athlete (2012) - UMass Lowell, Athletics Department
  • Excellence in Teaching Award (2005), Teaching - UMass Lowell, Centers for Learning.
  • Excellence in Teaching Award (2005) - UMass Lowell, Centers for Learning
  • University of Massachusetts President's Award For Public Service (2001), Service, Community - from University of Massachusetts, Lowell
  • University of Massachusetts Presidentês Award For Public Service, 2001. (2001) - University of Massachusetts Lowell
  • UML Department of Work Environment's Harriet Hardy Award for Public Service (1999), Service, Community - UML
  • UML Department of Work Environmentês Harriet Hardy Award for Public Service. (1999) - UML Department of Work Environment

Publications

  • Slatin, C. (2017) "Solidarity, Love, and the Social Determinants of Morbidity, Mortality, and Equity," SAGE Publications Sage CA: Los Angeles, CA
  • Slatin, C. (2016) "Health, Safety, and a Sustainable Environment Require Participatory Democracy and a Commitment to Social Justice and Equality," SAGE Publications Sage CA: Los Angeles, CA
  • Markkanen, P., Slatin, C. (2016) "We Have to Be Willing to Say the World Has Changed and Now We Have to Figure Out How to Deal With That.," New Solutions: A Journal of Environmental & Occupational Health Policy!!! 26:1 pp. 119 - 133
  • Kongtip, P., Nankongnab, N., Chaikittiporn, C., Laohaudomchok, W., Woskie, S., Slatin, C. (2015) "Informal Workers in Thailand: Occupational Health and Social Security Disparities," New Solutions: A Journal Of Environmental And Occupational Health Policy: NS 25:2 pp. 189-211
  • Riley, K., Slatin, C., Rice, C., Rosen, M., Weidner, B.L., Fleishman, J., Alerding, L., Delp, L. (2015) "Managers’ perceptions of the value and impact of HAZWOPER worker health and safety training," American Journal of Industrial Medicine 58:7 pp. 780-787
  • Slatin, C. (2014) "An Introduction to the interviews with Grace Burnham McDonald and Charlotte Todes Stern of the Workers’ Health Bureau," New Solutions: A Journal Of Environmental And Occupational Health Policy: NS 24:3 pp. 321-325
  • Shor, G., Nickels, L., Slatin, C. (2014) "APHA OHS AT 100–a look to the future," New Solutions: A Journal Of Environmental And Occupational Health Policy: NS 24:3 pp. 245-258
  • Baxandall, R., Dunn, M.L., Slatin, C. (2014) "Charlotte Todes Stern, staff member of the Workers’ Health Bureau: "we were in advance of our time"," New Solutions: A Journal Of Environmental And Occupational Health Policy: NS 24:3 pp. 337-364
  • Gluck, S.B., Dunn, M.L., Slatin, C. (2014) "Grace Burnham McDonald, founder of the Workers’ Health Bureau: "you have to see it in the context of organized labor’s right to survive and to represent its members"," New Solutions: A Journal Of Environmental And Occupational Health Policy: NS 24:3 pp. 327-336
  • Siqueira, C.E., Gaydos, M., Monforton, C., Slatin, C., Borkowski, L., Dooley, P., Liebman, A., Rosenberg, E., Shor, G., Keifer, M. (2014) "Effects of social, economic, and labor policies on occupational health disparities.," American journal of industrial medicine 57:5 pp. 557-72
  • Grant, G., Muhammed, N., Slatin, C., Scammell, M.K. (2014) ""No justice, no peace" and the right to self-determination: an interview with Gary Grant and Naeema Muhammed of the North Carolina Environmental Justice Network.," New solutions : a journal of environmental and occupational health policy : NS 24:2 pp. 203-29
  • Slatin, C. (2014) "An Introduction to the Interviews with Grace Burnham McDonald and Charlotte Todes Stern of the Workers' Health Bureau.," New solutions : a journal of environmental and occupational health policy : NS 24:3 pp. 321-5
  • Shor, G., Nickels, L., Slatin, C. (2014) "APHA OHS AT 100-A Look to the Future.," New solutions : a journal of environmental and occupational health policy : NS 24:3 pp. 245-58
  • Baxandall, R., Dunn, M.L., Slatin, C. (2014) "Charlotte todes stern, staff member of the workers' health bureau: "we were in advance of our time".," New solutions : a journal of environmental and occupational health policy : NS 24:3 pp. 337-64
  • Shor, G., Slatin, C. (2014) "Editors' introduction to "the three essentials for accident prevention".," New solutions : a journal of environmental and occupational health policy : NS 24:3 pp. 267-8
  • Gluck, S.B., Dunn, M.L., Slatin, C. (2014) "Grace Burnham McDonald, Founder of the Workers' Health Bureau: "You Have to See It in the Context of Organized Labor's Right to Survive and to Represent Its Members".," New solutions : a journal of environmental and occupational health policy : NS 24:3 pp. 327-36
  • Rosen, J., McLaughlin, K., Slatin, C. (2014) "Jonathan Rosen: building a dynamic union-based health and safety program.," New solutions : a journal of environmental and occupational health policy : NS 24:1 pp. 107-19
  • Slatin, C. (2014) "Keep our eyes on the prize.," New solutions : a journal of environmental and occupational health policy : NS 24:2 pp. 125-8
  • Slatin, C., Levenstein, C. (2013) "An energy policy that provides clean and green power.," New solutions : a journal of environmental and occupational health policy : NS 23:1 pp. 1-5
  • Slatin, C. (2013) "Exciting journal issue-and some changes.," New solutions : a journal of environmental and occupational health policy : NS 23:2 pp. 223-5
  • Slatin, C. (2012) "Full Employment: a Solution for the Job Blackmail Problem," New Solutions: A Journal of Environmental & Occupational Health Policy 22:1 pp. 1-5
  • Weinstock, D., Slatin, C. (2012) "Learning to Take Action: The Goals of Health and Safety Training," NEW SOLUTIONS: A Journal of Environmental and Occupational Health Policy 22:3 pp. 255-267
  • Siqueira, C.E., Monforton, C., Slatin, C., Borkowski, L.L., Dooley, P., Liebman, L.S., Network, M.C., Rosenberg, E. (2011) "Effects of Social, Economic, and Labor Policies on Occupational Health Disparities An Issue Paper for Discussion at the Eliminating Health and Safety Disparities at Work Conference, Chicago, Illinois, September 14 and 15, 2011,"
  • Slatin, C. (2011) "Environmental and occupational health and human rights.," New solutions : a journal of environmental and occupational health policy : NS 21:2 pp. 177-195
  • Slatin, C. (2011) "Occupational and Environmental Health and Human Rights," New Solutions, a Journal of Environmental and Occupational Health Policy 21: pp. 177-195
  • Rosenberg, B., Slatin, C. (2011) "Occupational Health Nursing and the Quest for Professional Authority: A Response from the Editors," NEW SOLUTIONS: A Journal of Environmental and Occupational Health Policy 21:4 pp. 541-543
  • Armenti, K.R., Moure-Eraso, R., Slatin, C., Geiser, K. (2011) "Primary prevention for worker health and safety: Cleaner production and toxics use reduction in Massachusetts," Journal of Cleaner Production 19:5 pp. 488-497
  • Galizzi, M., Miesmaa, P., Punnett, L., Slatin, C. (2010) "Phase In Health Care Research Team.(2010). Injured Workers Underreporting in the Health Care Industry: An Analysis Using Quantitative, Qualitative, and Observational Data.," Industrial Relations 49:1 pp. 22-43
  • Slatin, C., Siqueira, E., Rosenberg, B. (2010) "The Transition Beyond a Carbon-Fueled Economy The Time is Now," NEW SOLUTIONS: A Journal of Environmental and Occupational Health Policy 20:3 pp. 287-290
  • Galizzi, M., MIESMAA, P., Punnett, L., Slatin, C. (2010) "Injured Workers Underreporting in the Health Care Industry: An Analysis Using Quantitative, Qualitative, and Observational Data," Industrial Relations 49:1 pp. 22-43
  • Mawn, B., Siqueira, E., Koren, A., Slatin, C., Devereaux Melillo, K., Pearce, C., Hoff, L.A. (2010) "Health disparities among health care workers.," Qualitative health research 20:1 pp. 68-80
  • Slatin, C., Fleishman, J., Morse, P., Levenstein, C. (2009) "" It Will Take Persistence": The Dynamics of a University-Community Partnership to Sustain the New England Worker Health and Safety Movement," NEW SOLUTIONS: A Journal of Environmental and Occupational Health Policy 19:3 pp. 335-354
  • West, C., Slatin, C., Sanborn, W., Volicer, B. (2009) "Computer-based simulation in blended learning curriculum for hazardous waste site worker health and safety training," International Journal of Information and Communication Technology Education 5:1 pp. 62-73
  • Slatin, C., Rosenberg, B., Siqueira, C.E. (2009) "David Michaels a Strong Choice to Head OSHA," NEW SOLUTIONS: A Journal of Environmental and Occupational Health Policy 19:4 pp. 395-398
  • Slatin, C. (2009) "Environmental unions: Labor and the superfund,"
  • Slatin, C., Fleishman, J., Morse, P., Levenstein, C. (2009) "It will take persistence: the dynamics of a university-community partnership to sustain the New England worker health and safety movement.," New solutions : a journal of environmental and occupational health policy : NS 19:3 pp. 335-354
  • Galizzi, M., Boyer, J., Cifuentes, M., d'Errico, A., Gore, R., Punnett, L., Slatin, C. (2009) "Ergonomic and Socioeconomic Risk Factors for Hospital Workers' Compensation Injury Claims.," American journal of industrial medicine 52:7 pp. 551-62
  • Cifuentes, M., Boyer, J., Gore, R., d'Errico, A., Scollin, P., Tessler, J., Lerner, D., Kriebel, D., Punnett, L., Slatin, C. (2008) "Job strain predicts survey response in healthcare industry workers.," American journal of industrial medicine 51:4 pp. 281-9
  • Cifuentes, M., Boyer, J., Gore, R., d'Errico, A., Scollin, P., Tessler, J., Lerner, D., Kriebel, D., Punnett, L., Slatin, C. (2008) "Job strain predicts survey response in healthcare industry workers.," American journal of industrial medicine 51:4 pp. 281-9
  • D'Errico, A., Punnett, L., Cifuentes, M., Boyer, J., Tessler, J., Gore, R., Scollin, P., Slatin, C. (2007) "Hospital injury rates in relation to socioeconomic status and working conditions," Occupational and environmental medicine 64:5 pp. 325-333
  • d’Errico, A., Punnett, L., Cifuentes, M., Boyer, J., Tessler, J., Gore, R., Scollin, P., Slatin, C. (2007) "Promoting Healthy and Safe Employment In Healthcare Research Team. 2007. Hospital injury rates in relation to socioeconomic status and working conditions," Occup Environ Med 64:5 pp. 325-333
  • Cifuentes, M., Boyer, J., Gore, R., d'Errico, A., Tessler, J., Scollin, P., Lerner, D., Kriebel, D., Punnett, L., Slatin, C. (2007) "Inter-method agreement between O*NET and survey measures of psychosocial exposure among healthcare industry employees.," American journal of industrial medicine 50:7 pp. 545-53
  • Slatin, C., Dunn, M.L. (2006) "From SARA to Homeland Security: the NIEHS Worker Education and Training Program confronts challenges of environmental cleanup," NEW SOLUTIONS: A Journal of Environmental and Occupational Health Policy 16:1 pp. 65-86
  • Wilson, B., Slatin, C., O'Sullivan, M. (2006) "Nurses respond to healthcare restructuring: The transformation of the Massachusetts Nurses Association," Journal of Health and Social Policy 21:4 pp. 51-72
  • 2006d'Errico, A., Punnett, L., Cifuentes, M., Boyer, J., Tessler, J., Gore, R., Scollin, P., Slatin, C. (2006) "Promoting Healthy and Safe Employment In Healthcare Research Team. Hospital injury rates in relation to socioeconomic status and working conditions," Occupational and Environmental Medicine.2007 May;64(5):325-33.Epub 2006 Dec 20: pp. 325-33
  • Melillo, K., Lopez, C., Allosso, E., Ranieri, A., Sperrazza, K., Burlakoti, P., Driscoll, S., Wilson, B., Chandonnet, L., Slatin, C., Healthcare, P. (2005) "Violence and assault of licensed nursing and CNA staff in long-term care: Case study analysis of two nursing homes," Gerontologist 45:
  • LAMPEK, K., FUZESI, Z., Slatin, C., LEVENSTEIN, C. (2004) "'DOCTORS BY FAX'OR CLEANER PRODUCTION: THE PROBLEM OF PREVENTION IN POST-COMMUNIST HUNGARY," NEW SOLUTIONS: A Journal of Environmental and Occupational Health Policy 14:2 pp. 139-148
  • Slatin, C., Galizzi, M., Mawn, B., Melillo, K.D., Team, P.i. (2004) "Conducting Interdisciplinary Research to Promote Healthy and Safe Employment in Health Care: Promises and Pitfalls," Public Health Reports (1974-) 119:1 pp. 60-72
  • Slatin, C., Galizzi, G., Devereaux-Melillo, K., Mawn, B. (2004) "Interdisciplinary Research to Promote Healthy and Safe Employment in Healthcare: Promises and Pitfalls," Public health reports 119: pp. 2004-60
  • Slatin, C., Galizzi, M., Melillo, K.D., Mawn, B. (2004) "The PHASE in Healthcare Research Team. 2004. Conducting Interdisciplinary Research to Promote Healthy and Safe Employment in Healthcare: Promises and Pitfalls.," Public health reports 119: pp. 60-72
  • Slatin, C., Bruskin, G. (2003) "Jim Tramel: radical Southerner for social justice, rip.," New solutions : a journal of environmental and occupational health policy : NS 13:3
  • Armenti, K., Moure-Eraso, R., Slatin, C., Geiser, K. (2003) "Joint occupational and environmental pollution prevention strategies: a model for primary prevention.," New solutions : a journal of environmental and occupational health policy : NS 13:3
  • Melillo, K., Slatin, C., Chandonnet, L., Dorson, P., Hoff, L., Lally, J., Lopez, C., O'Sullivan, M., Zelnick, J. (2003) "Promoting healthy and safe employment (phase) in healthcare: LTC nursing home casestudy," Gerontologist 43:
  • Slatin, C. (2001) "Health and safety organizing: OCAW'S worker-to-worker health and safety training program.," New solutions : a journal of environmental and occupational health policy : NS 11:4
  • Slatin, C. (2001) "Overloading is not Sustainable (editorial)," New Solutions: A Journal of Environmental & Occupational Health Policy 11:2 pp. 91-92
  • Slatin, C., Siqueira, E. (1998) "Does a collateral duty require less protection: workers, hazardous materials emergency response, and OSHA's failure to protect," New Solutions 8:2 pp. 205-219
  • Slatin, C. (1995) "Health and Safety Training: Listening to Workers' Voices," NEW SOLUTIONS: A Journal of Environmental and Occupational Health Policy 5:2 pp. 4-5

Presentations

  • New Direction in Health Promotion Seminar - New Direction in Health Promotion Seminar Series,
  • –Patient-Care Quality Conflicts in Hospitals: What Nurses Don't Say, and What Administrators Don't Hear" - Organize research seminars, open to all at UML,
  • –Broadening The Constituency For OHS; It Must Be Done, But How?" - Roundtable session at American Public Health Association annual meeting, 2011., November 2011 - Washington, DC
  • –Work Organization and Job Insecurity." - Eliminating Health and Safety Disparities at Work Conference, September 2011 - Chicago, Illinois
  • –Effects of Social, Economic, and Labor Policies on Occupational Health Disparities." - Eliminating Health and Safety Disparities at Work Conference,, September 2011 - Chicago, Illinois
  • –Health and Safety Hazards in Higher Education." - National Education Association Higher Education Conference, March 2011 - Boston, MA.
  • –Environmental and Occupational Health and Human Rights." Invited Keynote Speaker, - International Symposium on Health and Human Rights. Conference honoring the 50th anniversary of the School of Public Health, Seoul National University, November 2010 - Seoul, So. Korea.
  • –Neoliberal Restructuring of Healthcare and Workers' Health and Safety." - Neoliberal Restructuring of Healthcare and Workers' Health and Safety., November 2010 - Seoul, So. Korea.
  • –The History of the U.S. Coalitions for Occupational Safety and Health." - –The History of the U.S. Coalitions for Occupational Safety and Health." , Solidarity for WorkersêHealth, November 2010 - Seoul, So. Korea.
  • –Risk Communication in Occupational Health and Safety" - Partnerships for Environmental Public Health inaugural meeting., April 2010 - Seoul, So. Korea
  • New Hampshire's Future: A Green Economy. - The Political and Economic Context for Green Jobs in 2010, April 2010 - North Carolina
  • "Sustainable Production: A Path toward Disease Prevention and Health Promotion" - "Sustainable Production: A Path toward Disease Prevention and Health Promotion", July 2009 - Research Triangle Park, North Carolina
  • Workplace Hazards to Nurses and Other Healthcare Workers _ Beyond the Salary: Safety at Work. - Workplace Hazards to Nurses and Other Healthcare Workers _ Beyond the Salary: Safety at Work., June 2009 - Hoaglund Pincus Conference Center, Shrewsbury, MA.
  • –Environmental Unions _The NIEHS WETP As A Model for Green Jobs Training." - NIEHS WETP Technical Workshop, Local, State and Federal Partnerships for Chemical Preparedness and Response, April 2009 - Cincinnati, OH
  • –Publishing Occupational Health and Safety Research: A Dialogue with Journal Editors." - American Public Health Association annual meeting. Occupational Health and Safety Section, October 2008
  • –Environmental Justice and Good/Green Jobs" _on Summary Panel: Insights and Future Directions. Panelist. - NIEHS, WETP Fall Workshop; Implications for Safety and Health Training in a Green Economy., October 2008 - Chapel Hill, NC
  • –Emerging Issues for Hazardous Waste / Emergency Response Worker Health and Safety Over the Next Decade." - NIEHS, WETP, Technical Workshop _ –The Future of Hazardous Materials and Training.", October 2007 - Chapel Hill, NC
  • Testimony to Massachusetts Senate Public Safety Committee, –In support of •An Act Requiring Health Care Employers To Develop and Implement Programs To Prevent Workplace Violence.ê" Senate Docket # SD00243 - Testimony to Massachusetts Senate Public Safety Committee, June 2007
  • –Health Disparities Among Healthcare Workers: Some Findings of the PHASE in Healthcare Research Project" - Workplace Hazards to Nurses and Other Healthcare Worker: Promising Practices for Prevention., June 2007
  • –The New England Consortium (TNEC) _ A University-Community Partnership for Strengthening the New England Region Worker Health and Safety Movement." Craig Slatin, Jane Fleishman, Paul Morse, Chuck Levenstein. - UML CITA Conference, Community-University Partnerships: How Do We Achieve The Promise?, April 2007 - Lowell, MA.
  • –From Love Canal to SARA: How Did It Happen? Laborês HAZWOPER Worker Health and Safety Policy Initiative, 1979-1986." - National Trainers' Exchange Conference., March 2007 - Las Vegas, Nevada.
  • –Reporting of occupational injuries in healthcare facilities: Findings from hospital, long term care, and other settings." - American Public Health Association annual meeting., November 2006
  • –Social Context of Occupational Health Disparities for Healthcare Workers: Findings of the PHASE in Healthcare Research Project." - American Public Health Association annual meeting., November 2006
  • –Violence and abuse in the healthcare workplace: The context for disparities." - American Public Health Association annual meeting., November 2006
  • –Commodification of healthcare and the health and safety of healthcare workers: Findings of the PHASE in healthcare research project." - American Public Health Association annual meeting. Health Administration Section., November 2006
  • –Impact of healthcare restructuring in Massachusetts on the health andsafety of healthcare workers." - American Public Health Association annual meeting. Occupational Health and Safety Section., November 2006
  • "Occupational Injuries, Workers' Reporting and Firms Policies in the Healthcare Industry: The Challenges and Rewards of Combining Qualitative and Quantitative Research Methodologies." - The Conference on the Analysis of Firms and Employees (CAF€), September 2006 - Nuremberg, Germany
  • –•It's Part of the Job:- How Health Care Restructuring and the Culture of Health Care Contribute to the Detriment of the Health and Safety of Workers in Community Hospitals and Nursing Homes." - The 5th International Conference on Organizational Behavior in Health Care (OBHC),, April 2006 - University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen, Scotland.
  • "The Export of Workplace Injury from the United States: Mapping the Flow of Hazardous Jobs and Collective Resistance." - Association of American Geographers annual meeting., March 2006 - Chicago, Illinois.
  • Testimony to NIOSH NORA Hearing: –The Importance of NIOSH Support for Innovative and Mixed Research Methodologies." T - New England hearings for the National Occupational Research Agenda., March 2006
  • –Learning from Disasters: Health and Safety Training in the Aftermath of Hurricane Katrina." - –NIEHS Training Support Annex / Emergency Support Activation Plan (ESAP)., March 2006
  • –Linking Occupational and Environmental Health Policy: A Public Health Framework." - American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, December 2005
  • "Health and safety of health care workers: A hospital case study." - American Public Health Association annual meeting., December 2005
  • –Violence and assault of licensed nursing and CNA staff in long-term care: Case study analysis of two nursing homes." - Annual Scientific Meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, November 2005 - Orlando, Florida
  • –What PHASE in Healthcare has learned about healthcare facility H&S programs." - PHASE in Healthcare Conference., April 2005
  • –Old Wine in New Bottles? Interdisciplinary Research, Health Disparities, and Community Collaboration." - The PHASE in Healthcare Project, April 2005 - Albany, NY
  • –Occupational Injury and Illness Disparities." - PHASE in Healthcare Research Project., January 2005 - Durham, N.C.
  • Health disparities in the curriculum: A web based resource - American Public Health Association annual meeting, November 2004
  • Health Disparities Research in the Work Environment: Opportunities and Obstacles - American Public Health Association annual meeting, November 2004
  • –Health Care Workers: Research on Safety and Health Hazards" Oral presentation panel at the APHA annual meeting, Occupational Health and Safety Section. American Public Health Association annual meeting, November 2004. Occupational Health and Safety Section. Panel Presider. - American Public Health Association annual meeting, November 2004
  • –Nurses voices about health and safety, violence in the workplace, workplace injuries, and the restructuring of healthcare." - American Public Health Association annual meeting, November 2004
  • –Political economy of the healthcare work environment: Neoliberalism and workers' health and safety." - American Public Health Association annual meeting, November 2004
  • –Panel of Community/University Partners." - UML Community Outreach Partnership Center (COPC) breakfast meeting, March 2004 - Lowell, MA
  • –Using Qualitative Research to Study the Political Economy of a Worker Health and Safety Education Intervention." - UML Qualitative Research Network, March 2004 - Lowell, MA
  • –•Doctors by Fax" or Cleaner Production: The Problem of Prevention in Post-Communist Hungary - EUTC-TUTB Conference, Joint OSH Strategy for the Enlarged Europe, January 2004 - Brussels, Belgium
  • –Program and Organizational Effectiveness: Lessons Learned _ Lessons Shared." - NIEHS WETP Awardee Meeting and Technical Workshop, December 2003 - Research Triangle Park, NC.
  • "Promoting Healthy and Safe Employment (PHASE) in Healthcare: LTC Nursing Home Case Study," - Annual Scientific Meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, November 2003 - San Diego, CA, November 2003.
  • –Community outreach and disseminating results in the context of community outreach and education." - Health Disparities Grantee Meeting, NIEHS, November 2003 - San Francisco, CA.
  • –Consortia Formation-the Art of Collaborations." - UML CITA conference., October 2003 - Lowell, MA.
  • –Environmental Health." - Workshop to Lowell Community Health Education Center Health Educators Monthly Workshop, March 2003 - Lowell, MA
  • - Research seminar, open to all at UML., 2002 - UML
  • –Interdisciplinary Research Team Approaches to Promoting Healthy and Safe Employment in Healthcare: Promises and Pitfalls" - Sixth Annual University of Massachusetts Lowell, Committee on Industrial Theory and Assessment (CITA) Conference., November 2002
  • –Using A Web-Based Format to Conduct Impact Evaluation of a Worker Health and Safety Training Program" - Sixth Annual University of Massachusetts Lowell, Committee on Industrial Theory and Assessment (CITA) Conference., November 2002
  • –Environmental Health." - Lowell Community Health Education Center Health Educators Monthly Workshop, May 2002 - Lowell, MA
  • –A History of Health and Safety in the U.S., Pertaining to the Development of the NIEHS Worker Education and Training Program." - Awardee and Strategic Planning Meeting, November 2001
  • –An Introduction to the UML Project, •Promoting Healthy And Safe Employment in Healthcare: Health Disparities Among Healthcare Workers,ê" and –What is Case Study Research?" - PHASE in Healthcare Conference, November 2001 - Tewksbury, MA.
  • –Socioeconomic Disparities in Health among Healthcare Workers." - Annual awardees meeting of the Trans-National Institutes of Health and National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health, Health Disparities Initiative, May 2001 - Research Triangle Park, North Carolina.
  • –Model Curricula Development in the NIEHS Worker Education and Training Program: The Example of The New England Consortium." - NIEHS/OSHA co-sponsored technical workshop, April 2001 - Chicago, IL.
  • –The Political Economy of the Superfund Worker Training Program," - APHA annual meeting, November 2000 - Boston, MA.
  • –Written Contributions of Left Occupational Health and Safety Professionals: A literature review (The writings since the 1960s)." - APHA annual meeting, November 2000 - Boston, MA
  • –Workers' H&S at Brownfield Remediation and Construction Sites." - Invited seminar presentation. Workers' H&S at Brownfield Remediation and Construction Sites, November 2000 - Boston, MA.
  • –From Love Canal to SARA to the SWTP: Labor's Hazardous Waste Worker Health and Safety Policy Initiative: 1979 - 1987 and Beyond." - Annual National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS)Worker Education and Training Program, October 2000
  • –Socioeconomic Position: An Introduction to the Literature." - UMASS Lowell seminar series on health disparities, October 2000 - Lowell, MA
  • –Ergonomics and Work Organization." - Occupational and Environmental Health under the Framework of Integration of the Americas., August 2000 - Morelia, Mexico.
  • - UML-Swedish Institute for Working Life cooperative agreement conference, June 2000
  • –From Love Canal to SARA: Labor's Hazardous Waste Worker Health and Safety Initiative." - Advisory board meeting of The New England Consortium, December 1999
  • –Let 100 Flowers Bloom: The NIEHS Superfund Worker Training Program Builds Upon the OSHA New Directions Model." - American Public Health Association annual meeting, November 1999 - Chicago, IL
  • –The HAZWOPER Worker Health and Safety Policy Initiative, 1979-1986." - American Public Health Association annual meeting, November 1999 - Chicago, IL
  • –Worker Health and Safety in CEE" Slatin, C. speaker on panel, –Labor and Community in Post-Socialist Europe: US Impact in Bosnia-Herzegovina and Health and Safety and Environmental Protection in Central and Eastern Europe." - Planners Network Conference - –Labor and Community", June 1999 - Lowell, MA
  • –Worker/Peer Trainers." NIEHS Technical Workshop, –Computer and Internet-based Learning Methods for Safety and Health Training," - –Worker/Peer Trainers."NIEHS Technical Workshop, April 1999 - Estes Park, Colorado
  • –Does a Collateral Duty Require Less Protection: Workers, Hazardous Materials Emergency Response, and OSHAês Failure to Protect." - NIEHS Worker Education and Training Program, semi-annual business meeting, October 1998 - RTP, N.C
  • –Privatization, Labor, and the Environment." - Workshop in the 9th Annual Symposium on Environmental and Occupational Health During Societal Transition in Central and Eastern Europe., June 1998 - Budapest, Hungary
  • –Developing Minimum Criteria for Training Methods and Techniques." - NIEHS Technical Workshop on Minimum Criteria for Hazardous Waste Worker Train-the-Trainer Programs., December 1997
  • –Developing Criteria for External Investment in Local Production Facilities." - 8th Annual Symposium on Environmental and Occupational Health in Central and Eastern Europe., May 1997 - Blagoevgrad, Bulgaria
  • –University and Labor; How to Develop and Implement Environmental Programs." - EPA/Hazardous Materials Training and Research Institute sponsored Brownfields Conference, December 1996 - Boston, MA
  • –Evaluation Elements of TNEC Worker Training Program." - National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences Technical Workshop: Measuring and Evaluating the Outcomes of Training, December 1996 - Silver Springs, MD. (Poster Presentation)
  • Labor/Environment Coalitions in Central and Eastern Europe." - 7th Annual Symposium on Environmental and Occupational Health in Central and Eastern Europe., June 1996 - Ustron, Poland
  • –Health and Safety Training in Hungary Using U.S. Participatory Training Methods." - American Public Health Association, Annual Meeting, November 1995 - San Diego, CA.
  • –The Administrations Industrial Policy: Is This a Real Economic Conversion/Jobs Creation Program? Is Protecting Workers and Environmental Health on the Agenda?" - American Public Health Association Annual meeting., November 1994 - Washington, D.C.
  • –Impacts of the Global Economy", New Solutions Conference on Work and Health in the Global Economy, Toronto, Canada,. (Workshop Facilitator) - New Solutions Conference on Work and Health in the Global Economy, September 1994 - Toronto, Canada.
  • –Green Production ã Environmental Aspects of Re-using Former Military Lands." - 5th Annual Symposium on Environmental and Occupational Health in Central and Eastern Europe., June 1994 - Nitra, Slovak Republic.
  • The New England Consortium: A Model for Participatory Training in Hazardous Waste Operations. - New England Regional Conference on Ergonomics, Safety, and Health in Construction., May 1994 - Boston, MA
  • Clean-up of Polluted Areas - 4th Annual Symposium on Environmental and Occupational Health in Central and Eastern Europe., 1993 - Eger, Hungary.
  • Industrial Policy, Worker Health, and the Environment. - Panel at APHA Annual Meeting, November 1993 - San Francisco, CA.
  • –Enhancing Worker Education: Teaching Aids and Techniques." - Health and Safety Training in the Biotechnology Laboratory, 1989 - Waltham, MA
  • –Right to Know in the Public Sector: The Massachusetts Experience." - APHA Annual Meeting, November 1988 - Boston, MA.

Contracts, Fellowships, Grants and Sponsored Research

  • PI: 24-Hour Basic Health and Safety Emergency Response Course for New England Tribes (2001), Grant - U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
  • Co-PI: Malden Mills: Health and Safety At Malden Mills. Contract to enhance and develop comprehensive work environment programs (1997), Contract - Malden Mills, Inc.
  • PI: Support for coordination of the 8th Annual Symposium on Environmental & Occupational Health During Societal Transition in Central and Eastern Europe (1996), Grant - NIEHS Fogarty Program for International Research
  • PI: Hazardous Waste Worker Health and Safety Training (2010), Grant - National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences
  • TNEC - Hazardous Materials Worker Health and Safety Training (U45) Administrative (2013), -
    Slatin, C. (Principal)
  • 2/2-Occupational Safety & Health Research, Policy & Capacity Building in Thailand (2012), Grant -
    Slatin, C. (Co-Principal)
  • Hazardous Material Worker Health and Safety Training (U45), Cooperative Agreement (2013), -
    Slatin, C. (Principal)
  • Income Account - Worker Health and Safety Training Cooperative Agreement (2010), -
    Slatin, C. (Principal)
  • PI: Hazardous Waste Worker Health and Safety Training (2011), Grant - National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences
  • PI: Learn and Serve Service Learning Grant supporting Service Learning Project in Politics of Health Course, UML (2011), Grant - UML Center for Family, Work, and Community
  • Hazardous Material Worker Health and Safety Training (U45), Cooperative Agreement (2012), -
    Slatin, C. (Principal)
  • 8-hr. Annual Refresher Training for new England Area Tribal Personnel (2007), Grant -
    Slatin, C. (Principal)
  • Hazardous Material Worker Health and Safety Training (U45), Cooperative Agreement (2011), -
    Slatin, C. (Principal)
  • Community Health Needs Assessment (2010), -
    Slatin, C. (Principal)
  • PI: Hazardous Waste Worker Health and Safety Training (2010), Grant - National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences
  • Hazardous Waste Worker Health and Safety Training, Supplement under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (2009), Grant - National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences
  • Partnerships for Environmental Public Health, Green Chemistry Training for Labor and Environmental Activists. Supplement under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (2009), Grant - National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences
  • PI: Annual Refresher H&S Training for New England Area Tribal Nation Personnel (2007), Grant - U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
  • Hazardous Material Worker Health and Safety Training (U45) Cooperative Agreement (2010), -
    Slatin, C. (Principal)
  • ARRA - Worker Health & Safety Training Cooperative Agreement (2009), Grant -
    Slatin, C. (Principal)
  • ARRA - Worker Health & Safety Training Cooperative Agreement - Supplemental (2009), Grant -
    Slatin, C. (Principal)
  • ARRA - Worker Health & Safety Training Cooperative Agreement (2010), Grant -
    Slatin, C. (Principal)
  • PI: Student Summer Research Internship. Supplement under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (2010), Grant - National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences
  • PI: Community Health Needs Assessment (2009), Grant - Lowell General Hospital/Saints Medical Center/Greater Lowell Health Alliance
  • PI: Hazardous Waste Worker Health and Safety Training (2005), Grant - National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences
  • Community Health Needs Assessment (2010), -
    Slatin, C. (Principal)
  • Worker Health and Safety Training Cooperative Agreement (2009), Grant -
    Slatin, C. (Principal)
  • Worker Health and Safety Training Cooperative Agreement (2008), -
    Slatin, C. (Principal)
  • PI: Work Zone Safety Training (2006), Grant - Work Zone Safety Training Mass. Dept. of Industrial Accidents
  • Work & Construction Zone Safety (2008), Grant -
    Slatin, C. (Principal)
  • PI: Evaluation of Training Grant at Dept. of Energy Sites (2005), Grant - United Steelworkers of America, through NIEHS
  • PI: Health Disparities Among Healthcare Workers (2000), Grant - National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health
  • PI: Brownfields Minority Worker Training Program, with Jobs For Youth Boston (2004), Grant - Center for the Protection of Workers Rights
  • PI: Minority Researcher Supplemental Grant to the grant for Health Disparities Among Healthcare Workers (2001), Grant - National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health
  • PI: Hazardous Waste Worker Health and Safety Training (2000), Grant - National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences
  • PI: Brownfields Minority Worker Training Program, with Jobs For Youth Boston (2003), Grant - Center for the Protection of Workers Rights
  • PI: Healthcare and Public Health Worker Health and Safety Training in Preparedness for Response to Incidents Involving Weapons of Mass Destruction (2003), Grant - National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences
  • PI: Worker Health and Safety Training for New England Tribal Nations (2003), Grant - U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
  • PI: Worker Health and Safety Training for New England Tribal Nations (2001), Grant - U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
  • PI: Lowell Environmental Justice on Brownfields Sites, extended support. (2000), Grant - Coalition for a Better Acre, Lowell, MA
  • PI:Effectiveness Assessment of a Health and Safety Program Implemented by New England Construction Contractors (2000), Grant - Center to Protect Workers' Rights
  • PI: Y2K Computer Date Rollover Systems Failures that Can Result in Hazardous Materials Incident Emergency Response Operations: Worker Health and Safety Emergency Response Training (1999), Grant - National Institute for Environmental Health Sciences
  • PI: Lowell Environmental Justice on Brownfields Sites, Minority Worker Training Program (1998), Grant - Laborers - Associated General Contractors Education and Training Trust
  • PI: Evaluation of a Worker Health and Safety Training Program of the American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees International Union (AFSCME). (1995), Grant - American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees International Union.
  • PI: Hazardous Waste Worker Health and Safety Training: The New England Consortium (1995), Grant - National Institute for Environmental Health Sciences
  • Co-PI: Contract to coordinate the Service Employees International Union's (SEIU) Hazardous Materials Worker Training Program throughout the U.S. Eastern Region (1997), Contract - Service Employees International Union
  • Co-PI: Hazardous Waste Worker Health and Safety Training: The New England Consortium (1992), Grant - National Institute for Environmental Health Sciences
  • PI: University Based Lead Training Center - Worker Health and Safety Training (1992), Grant - UMASS Amherst, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
  • Co-PI: Evaluating Participatory Education: Technical Knowledge, the University, and Worker Training (1993), Grant - UMASS Lowell, Committee for Industrial Theory and Assessment