3rd Annual Conference

Clinical Climate Change

Improving Patient Outcomes in the Dual Crises of Climate Change and COVID-19

Friday, January 8, 2021

           

5.0 AMA PRA Category I Credits™

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Target Audience: Public Health Professionals, Policymakers, and Physicians, Nurses, Allied Health Professionals with relevant expertise in:

Allergy and Immunology

Cardiovascular Disease

Emergency Medicine

Ear, Nose, and Throat Medicine

Epidemiology

Family Medicine

General Practice

Geriatrics

Infectious Disease

Internal Medicine

Maternal and Fetal Medicine

Nursing

Occupational Medicine

Pediatrics

Preventive Medicine

Primary Care

Psychiatry

Public Health

Pulmonary Disease

Sports Medicine

Urgent Care Medicine

Testimonials

Environmental Health Researcher

2020 Attendee

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The presented information will inform my future outreach and education efforts.

2020 Attendee

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I can better discuss medication side effects in the context of extreme weather changes.

Psychiatrist

2020 Attendee

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I will more readily discussion air pollution and heat concerns with my patients.

Pediatrician
Oncology Nurse

Inaugural 2019 Attendee

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I will incorporate climate change into my patient education.

Allergist

Inaugural 2019 Attendee

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I can now better educate my patients and colleagues about climate change.

Nursing Educator

Inaugural 2019 Attendee

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I will integrate climate change advocacy into my health policy course.

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