Climate Change & Our Health: From Education to Action

CLIMATE CHANGE
& Our Health from Education to Action

Join us to learn about climate change and its effects on health and your work as health professionals. Breakout sessions will provide you an opportunity to have deeper discussions and identify tools for taking action.

FREE for CT Nurses’ Association Members.  Members see below for more info on how to gain your FREE access! 

Description
Nurses and other clinicians experience high rates of burnout and unhealthy behaviors that can adversely impact the quality and safety of healthcare. When compared to the general population, nurses have an increased prevalence of depression, anxiety and suicide.

Outcomes
Behavioral & mental health issues linked with trauma
Suicide risk: Young/new vs. older/experienced nurses vs. those living alternative lifestyles
The COVID impact on nurses’ health, mental health,& resiliency
Recognizing PTSD, addiction, & mental health crises
Risk factors vs. protective factors for nurses
Screening for PTSD, suicide, depression, anxiety & grief
Workplace violence, toxic work environments, nurse-abuse & incivility, & bullying as suicide risk factors for nurses

Audience
Experienced nurses, first timers, and students …  all you need is an interest! 

All are welcome! 

1 hour
Professional development contact hours will be available for this webinar.

Connecticut Nurses’ Association, Inc.
is accredited as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by
the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation

Provider Number – P0503

Price:  $20 for non-members
FREE For CT Nurses’ Association Members !!

CT Nurses’ Association Members enjoy FREE access to this webinar. Members please contact Virginia@CTNurses.org and once she verifies your membership, she will send you a Coupon Code to gain free access.

Presenters

    Laura Bozzi, PhD, Director of Programs, Yale Center on Climate Change and Health 
 
 
 
 
 
    Carl Baum, MD, Professor of Pediatrics (Emergency Medicine) and of Emergency Medicine, Yale School of Medicine
 
 
    Mark A Mitchell, MD, MPH, FACPM, Associate Professor, Climate Change, Energy & Environmental Health Equity, George Mason University.
 
 
 
 
    Hacah Goggin, RN, MSN, CT Nurses’ Association, Environmental Health Coordinator
Not Enrolled

Course Includes

  • 1 Lesson
  • 1 Quiz
  • Course Certificate