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December 6, 2023 @ 8:00 am - 9:00 am

Academic Year Grand Rounds: Climate Change, Children’s Health, and Equity

Dr. Lisa Patel, MD, MESc, FAAP, is the Executive Director of the Medical Society Consortium on Climate and Health, and Clinical Associate Professor of Pediatrics at Stanford School of Medicine. She is a former Presidential Management Fellow for the Environmental Protection Agency where she coordinated the US Government’s efforts on clean air and safe drinking water projects in South Asia in collaboration with the World Health Organization and received the Trudy A. Specinar Award for her work. She is a member of the Executive Committee for the American Academy of Pediatrics Council on Environmental Health and Climate Change, and a faculty mentor for Stanford Climate and Health. As a mentor, she works with students and residents on projects related to climate-resilient schools, environmental justice, sustainable healthcare, and medical education curriculum reform. She was also previously the Director for the Community Pediatrics and Advocacy Block for Stanford Pediatric resident physicians. Lisa received her Master’s in Environmental Sciences from the Yale School of the Environment, her medical degree from the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, and completed her training in pediatrics at UCSF.

The option to join virtually is still available via this link.

Please contact Tina Mannices for questions regarding CloudCME or CME credit (AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™). Please contact Dr. Christine Cummings for questions related to the FY24 Pediatric Grand Rounds lectures.   

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Venue: Online

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