Sheena Symington, B.Sc., M.A.

Director - The Electrosensitive Society (Canada)

Sheena Symington B.Sc., M.A., is the Director of the Electro-Sensitive-Society.  She advocates on behalf of people who have developed Electro Hyper Sensitivity (EHS) in Canada and abroad.  She gives talks related to electromagnetic hygiene to the general public as well as health care providers in hospitals and in private practice.  Sheena has a background in biological and environmental sciences and has been researching chemical and electromagnetic pollutants and their effects on natural and human ecosystems since 1998.  She works as a Research Associate with Professor Emerita Dr. Magda Havas (www.theroselab.com)

Abstract

How to Advocate for Persons who have Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity, Canadian Campaigns

Sheena Symington, Director of the Electrosensitive Society, will describe the key issues facing those who suffer from EHS and what can be done to help them. She advocates for those suffering from EHS in work environments, hospitals, private medical clinics and public places. Important first steps for EHS recovery are to create a low EMF environment and to find medical practitioners familiar with treating and accommodating EHS. Sheena will share her experiences of what has worked and what more needs to be done. She will also provide information on public advocacy campaigns calling for greater health protection in Canada.

9:00 - 9:30 AM

Saturday 30 January 2021

How to Advocate for Persons who have Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity, Canadian Campaigns

non-CME