The next frontier in medicine: Doctors with climate training


Medical schools across the country are increasingly reckoning with the need to teach the intersection of climate change and health.

This coverage is made possible through a partnership with Grist and WABE, Atlanta’s NPR station

It’s the culmination of several years of student-led efforts to ensure Emory’s future doctors learn about the growing health impacts of a warming planet, because climate change doesn’t just bring hotter weather and more extreme storms. It also makes many health issues worse – issues doctors need to recognize and treat. Read full article from GRIST


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