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May 2 - May 3

Climate Change, Planetary Health, and Medicine

Climate change is a threat to the patients we care for in health care. Hosted by Harvard Medical School, this course will be an opportunity for practicing health professionals to learn about the mechanisms by which climate change impacts human health and how it influences diagnosis, counseling, and treatment plans. It will additionally describe the impacts of climate changes on the health care delivery system itself and how health care professionals can make change to address this public health threat. The course will be organized to touch upon climate impacts on a diversity of health conditions and disease processes and will be valuable to health care providers of all fields.

Who Should Attend

  • Specialty Physicians
  • Physician Assistants
  • Nurse Practitioners
  • Primary Care Physicians

Doctors, researchers and community members meeting together.

Venue: Online

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