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When: On Demand
Cost:
No Cost
Type:
Online Self-Paced Course

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Overview

This self-paced online training is designed to provide a practical overview of the health-related challenges presented by climate change and the actions that healthcare professionals can take to promote both the health of their patients and sustainable and resilient health systems and communities. The training will be comprised of five sections:

  • Section 1 - Climate Change & Health in Montana
  • Section 2 – Health Equity & Populations of Concern
  • Section 3 – Climate-Smart Clinical Practice Adaptations
  • Section 4 – Building Sustainable & Resilient Systems to Address Climate Challenges
  • Section 5 – Leadership & Advocacy

Learning Objectives

Training goals & objectives: Introductory-level overview of climate & health impacts & solutions in Montana

Target audiences: Practicing health professionals & health professions students

About the Trainers

Peter McDonough, University of Montana Climate Change Studies Program
Hayley Blackburn, University of Montana College of Health
Rob Byron, Montana Health Professionals for a Healthy Climate
Jen Robohm, Family Medicine Residency of Western Montana
Niki Graham, University of Montana College of Health
Lori Byron, Montana Health Professionals for a Healthy Climate
Beth Schenk, Montana Health Professionals for a Healthy Climate