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Global Health Impacts of Nanotechnology Law

A Tool for Stakeholder Engagement

by Ilise Feitshans

As the Managing Best Practices columnist for Industrial Safety & Hygiene News (, a print and online publication for about 70,000 monthly subscribers, I'm always on the lookout for worthy information to help occupational health and safety pros do their jobs better. I was pleased to direct readers of the ISHN's May 2018 column on managing chemical exposures to Ilise Feitshans new book, Global Health Impacts of Nanotechnology Law: A Tool for Stakeholder Engagement. Ilise uses plain language, coupled with her broad and global experiences, to helpfully explain complex health and safety topics. To cut to the chase, Ilise's new book is the most insightful, enjoyable book on managing health effects of chemical exposures that I've read in my 35+ years working in the occupational health and safety field. But whether one has lengthy health experience or is just starting out and curious, science education or not, Ilise's book is a must-read if you're a "stakeholder," which we all are with the revolution of nanomaterials into all aspects of our daily life. I highly enjoyed Ilise's book. It’s a hardcover keeper and gets my 5-star review! Brilliant writing!

Daniel S. Markiewicz, President, Markiewicz & Associates Ltd.
  • Format: Hardcover
  • ISBN: 9789814774840
  • Subject: General Nanotechnology
  • Published: May 2018
  • Pages: 444