This is both an update on the links between climate change and health, and a discussion about practical sustainability solutions that can be implemented in your practice. We will present an overview of the latest evidence and research on climate change and health, and then hear from rural Victorian GP Dr Gerard Brownstein about his work on sustainability in his practice and the local region. There will be opportunities for discussion and space to hear your ideas.
· Educate GPs on the latest research and links between climate change and health
· Provide practical examples of sustainability and reducing carbon emissions that can be implemented at a local level in GP practices
SPEAKERS: Dr Sujata Allan & Dr Gerard Brownstein
WHO: Primary Health Clinicians and other health professionals
WHEN: Thursday 22nd July 2021, 6.30 pm – 8.30pm
WHERE: Armidale City Bowling Club, 92-96 Dumaresq St, ARMIDALE
COST: $32 for dinner
RSVP: click here to register
RACGP 4 CPD points and ACRRM points available. Thanks to the Hunter New England PHN and the New England Division of General Practice for partnering and organising logistics.
This event maybe changed at short notice due to COVID-19 restrictions – refunds will be issued