The First Annual Richard Raymond Public Health Forum took place Thursday, April 6, 2017. This inaugural forum focused on climate change, as 2017 is the Year of Climate Change and Health.
“Widespread scientific consensus exists that the world’s climate is changing. Some of these changes will likely include more variable weather, heat waves, heavy precipitation events, flooding, droughts, more intense storms, sea level rise, and air pollution. Each of these impacts could negatively affect public health.” – CDC
The webinar featured CDC’s George Luber, Ph.D. Learn more about him here.
Associate Director for Climate Change,
Division of Environmental Hazards and Health Effects,
National Center for Environmental Health
And Nebraska’s David Corbin, Ph.D.
Emeritus Professor of Health Education/Public Health,
School of Health, Physical Education and Recreation
View the recording of this webinar at this link.