Oct. 13: Climate and Health: What Every Health Professional Should Know
by The California Climate and Health Partnership
The World Health Organization calls climate change “the greatest public health threat of the 21st century.” As informed and trusted individuals, health professionals play a critical role in addressing the health and safety impacts of climate change with patients, communities and public leaders. In “Climate and Health: What Every Health Professional Should Know,” attendees will:
- Learn about key health impacts from climate change, and co-benefit solutions
- Discuss challenges and opportunities related to our responses to climate change in Northern California
- Gain hands-on skill practice to promote healthy and safe communities
Hosted in partnership with California State University, Chico and the Butte-Glen Medical Society.
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.
This course is pending approval by the California Board of Registered Nurses, Provider Number 16546.