July CME Webinars from the Consortium


Thank you to everyone who attended our CME Webinars in July!
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If you missed any of the webinars, recordings are available below, as well as links to apply for CME credits.
1 CME credit is available from George Washington University for each webinar.

Air Quality Climate Change and TransportationWatch Video
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Transportation, Pollution Burdens & Health by Paulina Muratore

Federal Transportation Policy: Climate, Health & Equity by Scott Goldstein

COVID-19 Climate Change and EquityWatch Video
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Climate Change, COVID-19, & African American Mortality by Dr. Doris Browne

COVID-19, Climate Change, Equity & Justice by Dr. Kimberly Gordon-Achebe

Preventing Heat Illness in PracticeWatch Video
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Climate Change, Heat Stress, and Worker Health by Dr. Ronda McCarthy

Worker Heat Protection VA Legislation Updates by Dr. Bob Kitchen

Climate Change and Pregnancy Cimate Change and Mental HealthWatch Video
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The Climate Crisis and Pregnancy by Dr. Nathaniel DeNicola and Dr. Bruce Bekkar

The Climate Crisis and Mental Health by Dr. David Pollack

About these Webinars:

The health consequences of the climate crisis are widespread, and as they become more manifest, healthcare professionals need to be aware of these impacts and how their patients may be affected. The purpose of this CME webinar series, “COVID-19, Climate, Equity”, is to provide the much-needed education that healthcare professionals are asking for, to help them better treat their patients and their community.

This CME webinar series will discuss environmental concerns that have a critical health component, including air quality and heat, and the impact they have on patients. In addition, we will focus on specific vulnerable populations – communities of color, pregnant women, and those with mental health concerns. The discussions will also include input from experts on the latest research, advice on patient outreach and communication, and current legislation that is being considered.