This September, in the largest climate march since the pandemic, thousands will march in New York City to demand President Biden take bold action to End Fossil Fuels.
The National Health + Climate Forum will bring together national, state, and local leaders from across health disciplines.
Join this webinar to examine climate change and kidney health in the Caribbean and Central America and discuss priorities for action.
Join the AAP State Advocacy team for the next installment of our webinar series focusing on climate change advocacy efforts at the state level.
The University of Colorado School of Medicine is proud to support five Climate & Health Science Policy Fellows per year.
October 16 Webinar – An Overview of Climate Change & Disability: What Rehabilitation Professionals Need to Know
Join Sustain Our Abilities and the International Society of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine for a fascinating online event that explores the impact of climate change on individuals with disabilities.
This webinar will address maternal healthcare in a changing climate with speaker Maria Small, MD, MPH.
January 23 Webinar – Heat Stress and Heat Illness Prevention CME Series: Mental Health Impacts of Heat and Climate Disasters
Join presenters as they discuss how to identify signs and symptoms of heat stress and heat illness and explore cost-effective strategies to treat and prevent heat illness in our patients.
This webinar will address the risks and vulnerabilities at the intersection of climate change and cancer.
Join this 8-week series on healthcare sustainability to learn about the importance of healthcare decarbonization and how you can successfully affect change in the workplace while maintaining clinical quality.
Join this session to learn about what the HHS pledge means for your hospitals and how IRA funding can help health care organizations advance their climate goals.
This panel discussion will address how the climate crisis is affecting children's health and well-being and what role the child health community can play in advocating for climate justice.
December 1 CME Course: Heat Stress and Heat Illness Prevention CME Series: Climate Pollution, Heat Stress and Birth Outcomes
In this CME course, presenters will address how to identify signs and symptoms of heat stress and heat illness and explore cost-effective strategies to treat and prevent heat illness in....
Although our monthly webinar series has concluded for this year, we are pleased to announce that we are hosting a special surprise webinar on grant writing featuring Dr. Mark Mitchell....
This webinar will unpack the mental health issues above and what can be done to better prepare for and provide psychological first aid in affected communities as well as explore....
This session will discuss the climate impact of pharmaceuticals and opportunities for health professionals to promote climate-smart pharmacy practice through education, advocacy, and clinical practice.
For the final CHEF webinar of 2022, we will have a brief presentation by Dr. Mark Mitchell, followed by a panel discussion with Dr. Laalitha Surapaneni, Ms. Patricia Cochran, &....
This Project ECHO on mental health, climate justice, and nature will be four sessions every other week starting November 2nd.