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Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

The Heat is Rising: What You Need to Know About Climate Change and Public Health

Conference date:

April 6, 2007 (Johns Hopkins School of Public Health, Baltimore, Maryland)

Presented by:

The Johns Hopkins Center for Public Health Preparedness
The Center For a Livable Future
The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
NIEHS Center in Urban Environmental Health

Jointly-provided by:

The Institute for Johns Hopkins Nursing

Speakers:

Jim Hansen, MS, PhD
Director, NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies

Brian Schwartz, MD, MPH
Professor, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

Cindy Parker, MD, MPH
Instructor, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

Jonathan Patz, MD, MPH
Associate Professor, University of Wisconsin at Madison

John Balbus, MD, MPH
Director, Health Program, Environmental Defense

Kent Bransford, MD
President, Physicians for Social Responsibility

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Topic 1: The Heat is Rising: What You Need to Know About Climate Change and Public Health

  • Part 1: The Basic Science of Climate Change (Hansen)
  • Part 2: Health Impacts of Climate Change (Schwartz, Parker)
  • Part 3: Infectious Disease Risk: Global, Regional, and Local Concerns (Patz)
  • Part 4: Adaptation vs. Mitigation (Patz)
  • Part 5: Solutions for Adaptation and Mitigation (Balbus, Bransford)
  • Part 6: Panel Discussion (Moderated by Mark Steiner)
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