One of CINCH’s primary focus is on respiratory health factors that contribute to chronic disease in children. Whether it’s a policy to encourage smoke-free youth environments or educating parents, teachers and the community about the seriousness of asthma, CINCH cultivates community action to develop and implement solutions throughout the region.
Worried about how indoor and outdoor air quality is impacting children in Hampton Roads?
Do you work with children who have chronic respiratory health problems?
Would you like to expand your network of resources and connect with other professionals?
We need you to join our Respiratory Health Action Team!
If you are interested or want more information, please contact CINCH at 668-6426 or CINCH@evms.edu.
What’s involved? We meet quarterly (in person, conference call or webinar) to discuss and develop solutions to factors that lead to chronic respiratory health diseases and conditions in children. Project teams may also form to work on special initiatives