Presented by: Teddie Potter, PhD, RN, FAAN, FNAP
This event is hosted by WMU College of Health and Human Services with partnership of The Environment and Health Collaborative. This event is a part of WMU's Climate Change Working Group's Climate Emergency Month. http://climateemergencymonth.org/
Every child born today is likely to experience the health impacts of climate change and other environmental crises through every stage of their lives. It is therefore critically necessary for health professionals to be knowledgeable about environmental changes, how to mitigate them as best as possible, and how to help patients and communities adapt. Transforming and redesigning all structures of human activity will improve health and ensure a viable future. This is a moment for urgent action but also an opportunity for enhanced health and wellbeing for all.
Cost: $30 to all wanting CE's. Free to all students, community members and WMU faculty, staff and current field instructors NOT wanting CE's. Add the training to the cart, and then adjust the price on the following page.
Contact Hours/CEs: 1.5 Nursing Contact Hours or 1.5 Social Work CEs are available for this training. This training will take place live, virtually and a Webex meeting link will be emailed to participants.