Leading Sustainable Health Systems: New course with CMA Joule
Our new course developed and delivered with the Canadian Medical Association will help you effectively lead change and move towards a climate resilient, low carbon sustainable health system. Join us for five virtual sessions from May 2–18 to build the network and skills you need to address climate change in health care.
Invitation to participate in a study about BC health care provider responses to climate change: Through this study, Sarah Rudrum (Acadia University) is interested in learning about how health care providers are navigating changes to their clinical and advocacy roles in response to the global climate crisis and its local manifestations. If you are interested in participating, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to set up a time for a 45-75 minutes interview.
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CASCADES is a multi-year capacity-building initiative to address healthcare’s contribution to the climate crisis led by the Centre for Sustainable Health Systems, in partnership with the Healthy Populations Institute at Dalhousie University, the Planetary Healthcare Lab at the University of British Columbia, and the Canadian Coalition for Green Health Care.
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