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Practice Greenhealth: Free Webinar on Climate Change and Public Health
April 8, 2011, 12:43 pm
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Earth Day – April 22, 2011
While a commitment to human health and the environment is demonstrated at your facility or organization every day, Earth Day and Earth Week celebrations are recognized as THE national time for education and celebration around that commitment. Earth Day Activities in hospitals and health care settings traditionally include tree planting, park clean up, lectures, farmer’s markets, fairs, departmental green competitions and more. The opportunities are as diverse as Practice Greenhealth membership organizations!

We invite you to join Practice Greenhealth and Health Care Without Harm for a free Webinar on Climate Change and Public Health in celebration of Earth Day activities!
New this year, Health Care without Harm and Practice Greenhealth are hosting two free Climate Literacy webinars titled Climate Change and the Role of the Health Care Clinician: Education, Mitigation and Adaptation; one is intended for administrator use and one for clinical use. The webinars will feature a new PowerPoint presentation, which focuses on the health effects of climate change and the role of the health care sector.

The webinars are scheduled for 1PM EST on April 12th and April 14th, the week before Earth Day. In addition, both webinars will also be recorded and available for your use anytime during Earth Week.

These Webinars will provide continuing education for Physicians, Nurses, and HealthCare Executives.

Continuing Education
1. The April 12th webinar has been approved by ACHE for 1.5 Category II CE credit
2. The April 14th webinar is being reviewed for CE/CME credit for Nursing and Physicians

Go to http://www.practicegreenhealth.org/earthday for more information and registration.

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