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Meeting Agenda

Climate Change: The Intersection of Disaster Medicine and Public Health with Climate and Health  December 3, 2021

Time

Title

Confirmed Speakers

9:00 -9:10

Welcome and Introduction

James J James, MD

9:10-9:30

Report from UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26) John M Balbus, MD

9:30-9:45

Update from CDC National Center for Environmental Health

Erik Svendsen, MD

 9:45-10:15

Melting Glaciers Rising Seas

John Englander

 

Session 1

 

10:15 –10:30

Caribbean Hurricanes

Jose Cordero, MD

10:30 – 10:45

High Risk Areas of Climate Change and Capacity Building

Shinichi Egawa, MD

10:45-11:00

Respiratory Effects of Wildfires and a Changing Climate

Asha Devereaux, MD

11:00 – 11:15

Climate influences on the inhalation of naturally occurring radioactive materials 

Jason Davis, PhD

11:15-11:30

Q & A

Jose Cordero, MD;

Shinichi Egawa, MD;

Asha Devereaux, MD;

Jason Davis, PhD.

11:30 – 12:00

Break

 

 

Session 2

 

12:00-12:30

Keynote: A theoretical/applied health risk communication model for mobilizing the public to mitigate climate change

Anat Gesser-Edelsburg, Ph D

12:30-12:45

Science Denial

Lee McIntyre, PhD

12:45-1:00

Climate-Related Disasters and Mental Health: Impacts, Risk, and Interventions

Josh Morganstein, MD

1:00 1:15

Q&A

Gesser-Edelsberg, PhD;

Mcintyre, PhD;

Morganstein, MD

1:15-1:1:25

Break

 

 

Session 3

 

1:25-1:40

Equity, Climate Change and Public Health Preparedness

Jeff Schlegelmilch, MBA,

1:40-1:55

Ethical Considerations for Disaster Medicine & Public Health Dilemmas

Phyllis Whitehead, PhD, APRN

1:55-2:05

Q & A

Whitehead, PhD; Schlegelmilch, MBA

2:05-2:15

Break

 

 

Session IV

 

2:15-2:30

Public Health Implications

Georges Benjamin, MD

2:30-2:45

Medical Considerations

Caitlin Rublee, MD

2:45-55

Q&A

Georges Benjamin, MD

Caitlin Rublee, MD

2:55-3:10

A Universal Curriculum

Ray Swienton, MD

3:10-3:30

Post Graduate Education & Training  including ASPR TRACIE, NDLSF, CDP, FEMA

Art Cooper, MD

3:30-4:00

Closing

 



SDMPH Annual Meeting - Virtual. Climate Change: The Intersection of Disaster Medicine and Public Health with Climate and Health

  • 3 Dec 2021
  • 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM
  • Virtual

Registration

  • Persons who are not members of the SDMPH, Daily Visitors or Guests
  • Contact our Sales Representative, Mike Ryan, at mike.ryan@sdmph.org
    Rates range from $350 to $5,000
  • For full details contact Mike Ryan at mike.ryan@sdmph.org
  • Students currently enrolled at an accredited institution.

Register

Climate Change - 

The Intersection of Disaster Medicine and Public Health with Climate and Health

  • What can health care professionals do to promote climate change more effectively to improve morbidity/mortality in the future?
  • How can they be better prepared?
  • How do different medical professions and specialties respond?
  • Application for 4-5 hours of CME in process.


 There will be 2 virtual sessions 

Session 1 commences at 9:00 am and will run until noon.

There will be a break of 1 hour between noon and 1:00 pm for visits to virtual exhibitors.

Session 2 will commence at 1:00 pm and will run until 3:30 pm approximately.

Exhibitors and Sponsors: Contact Mike Ryan mike.ryan@sdmph.org

 





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