MPH@GW Concentration in Climate and Health - Now Live!
Online, 45 credit hours
The Mission of the Climate and Health MPH@GW concentration is to train individuals to assess environmental exposures and public health risks associated with anthropogenic climate change, and to mitigate these health risks through taking a systems approach that considers crisis phenomena, such as COVID-19, climate-sensitive programming, and public policies.
GWSMHS' New Longitudinal Curriculum on Climate and Health
GW School of Medicine and Health Sciences’ new longitudinal curriculum on Climate and Health seeks to integrate climate change and environmental justice throughout medical school coursework in order to fully prepare future clinicians for the issues they might face due to a changing climate.
The Milken Institute School of Public Health offers a variety of courses that encourage climate research, with an emphasis on how climate change intersects with environmental issues, human health, and social justice.
The School of Medicine and Health Sciences trains its medical students in how to be innovative clinicians who are at the forefront of addressing the impacts of climate change on human health.