Health researcher presents to Nurse Practitioners on turbine noise, infrasound
Anyone who has been following the development of research into the noise and infrasound/low frequency noise produced by large-scale wind power generators or turbines has read or heard the name Carmen Krogh. She is a former health policy executive and former editor of the Compendium of Pharmaceuticals and Specialties (the CPS, as those of us in health care know it), who has spent the last 5 years of her life looking into the health effects of turbine noise and vibration.
Recently, she made a presentation to a Nurse Practitioners’ association in Burlington, Ontario.
An account of her presentation is found here: http://www.freewco.blogspot.ca/2012/10/wind-turbines-can-harm-humans-if-too.html
and at http://www.anpa.ca
Meanwhile, the Registered Nurses Association of Ontario is completely mum on the Health Canada research project into wind turbine noise and health effects.
At least one group of nurses was interested enough in “standing up for health” to pay attention to this growing issue. We know there are many more.
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