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Reducing our impact in generalReducing our impact in general practice, what can we do? Webinar
What are the main sources of emissions within general practice and what role does general practice play in moving towards a zero-emissions health sector?
In this webinar, Dr Matt Sawyer and HealthPathway’s Sue Jackson share their thoughts on the topic, followed by a panel discussion between Dr Sawyer, Sue and Drs George Crisp, Richard Yin and Karen Price.
Climate change, mental health Climate change, mental health and eco-anxiety
How is the climate reality impacting our mental health and emotional wellbeing?
In this session, presenter Charles Le Feuvre discusses climate-related mental health issues, particularly focusing on eco-anxiety and ecological grief.
First Nations People and EcoloFirst Nations People and Ecological Change
How is climate change impacting the health and wellbeing of First Nations People?
This session, presented by Aboriginal community leader, Mr Kado Muir, explores how ecological events are impacting First Nations People.
Ecological impacts from birth Ecological impacts from birth to adulthood
What impact is climate change having on babies, children and young people?
This session, presented by Dr Raewyn Mutch, will explore the link between environmental health and human health from birth to early adulthood, and what we can do as GPs to protect the health of younger generations.
Maternal and women's health inMaternal and women's health in a changing climate
How are heat and air pollution impacting pregnancy outcomes?
This session, presented by Dr Kristine Barnden, explores the adverse effects of a warming climate and air pollution on pregnancy and explains why climate change matters to women.
Emergency medicine and climateEmergency medicine and climate change, a perfect match?
How will emergency departments be impacted by our changing climate and what is the environmental impact of the health sector?
This session, presented by Dr Thomas Brough and Dr Mark Monaghan, will explore the links between emergency health and rising global temperatures, and discuss what we’re doing as a health system to address these issues.
Respiratory Health in a ChangiRespiratory Health in a Changing Climate Webinar