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Climate and Health Responder Course for Health Professionals

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This 8-week free online certificate course sponsored by the Mailman School of Public Health gives health providers the tools needed to respond to health crises in their communities. The course objectives (per the website linked below) include: Develop a solid foundation of the current evidence on climate and health across eight main areas; become equipped to lead climate and health educational and programmatic development at your own institution or within your own community; improve communication and advocacy skills; and gain a new professional network to help you lead the way in addressing the adverse impacts of climate change on health. The below link directs to the course's main page. Scroll down for links to videos and slide decks of individual presentations, as well as resources, on a variety of topics. 

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