SEPTEMBER 9, 2017 9AM-4PM
Location: Charles Drew University of Medicine and Science
W.M. Keck Auditorium
1731 E. 120th St.,
Los Angeles, CA 90059
Climate change is the greatest public health threat of the 21st century.
As informed and trusted individuals, health professionals play a critical role in addressing the
health impacts of climate change with patients, communities, and public leaders. In the training,
- Learn about key health and health equity impacts from climate change and co-benefit solutions for climate change, health, and equity
- Discuss challenges and opportunities for confronting the climate crisis in the San Joaquin Valley
- Gain hands-on practice in skills for media engagement and policymaker education on climate and health issues
This training is FREE and open to all health professionals, with options to attend full or half-day
sessions. Breakfast, lunch, and follow up support for action are included at no additional cost.
Hosted with generous support from Charles Drew University of Medicine and Science.
Hosted by The California Climate and Health Partnership: The CA Climate and Health Partnership is a collaboration between the Public Health Institute Center for Climate Change and Health, Physicians for Social Responsibility-L.A., Alliance of Nurses for Healthy Environments, Golden State Medical Association, and the American Lung Association in California.
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