Join NH Healthcare Workers for Climate Action for this webinar on a public health approach to climate change.
This exciting series from Project ECHO will explore different ways to mitigate climate change effects on human health by working with nature.
This webinar will address the important role of health professionals in leading calls for a rapid phase out of fossil fuels and a just transition.
This webinar from NH Healthcare Workers for Climate Action will address how medical centers can lead on environmental sustainability.
This series examines how climate change and NCDs are linked and explores why climate action is good for NCDs.
This webinar will address the environmental impact of ophthalmic practice and how ophthalmologists are making a difference in the fight against climate change.
Come learn from leaders in the field how communities are preparing for climate change and what role health professionals can play in effective partnership.
This summer and fall, the Global Climate Health Alliance will host a series of monthly webinars on various climate-related topics.
This month's journal club will be led by Drs. Gregg Furie and Alex Rabin, who will discuss two articles on the climate impacts of inhalers.
September 30 Webinar – Leveraging Federal Funding for Climate Justice in Midwestern Frontline Communities
This meeting will discuss pathways for federal resources with high relevance for climate justice work in the Midwest, with a focus on funding managed by the US Environmental Protection Agency.
Applications are now being accepted for the second cohort of the Fellow Program at The Center for Health Equity Education and Advocacy.
This meeting will explore federal funding for Midwestern health-focused work on climate impacts and solutions.
This course will address issues of adaptation and mitigation to climate change in rehabilitation care along with recommendations from leaders in the climate change community living with disabilities.
Join GCCA for an informal discussion on environmental justice and disparities with Dr. Garaub Basu and Dr. Linda Walden.
In this webinar, Cecilia Sorensen will address the training health professionals need in the face of climate change.
This webinar, featuring Dr. Tanya Khemet Taiwo & Dr. Venise Curry, will discuss mental health and its intersection with climate, race, and culture.
Please join New York Clinicians for Climate Action for its inaugural meeting: "First, Do No Harm: Healthcare Sustainability" with Dr. Bill Pevec.
This webinar will discuss the Planetary Health Report Card and its use as an advocacy tool.