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Climate Change and Population Health: A PrimerAuthor/s: Mona Sarfaty
Climate Change and Population Health: A Primer begins by explaining the science behind climate change before focusing in on seven noteworthy health impacts of global warming and who is at the greatest risk. It then guides the reader on how to effectively communicate about climate change as a means of helping people to protect themselves. Finally, it discusses possible policy solutions that may be effective in helping mitigate health issues caused by climate change.
Features and Benefits
- Concise length makes this text an easy and affordable supplement for a variety of courses.
- Numerous charts, graphs, images, interviews, and vignettes help illustrate and clarify concepts.
- Written for a wide range of health professionals, from doctors, nurses, pharmacists and other clinical health professionals to public health leaders and health administrators.
- Each new print copy includes Navigate 2 eBook Access to read your digital textbook online or offline, on computers, tablets, and mobile devices.
Read the author’s latest blog article: Climate Change: A Public Health Emergency
In light of the California forest fires, climate change expert, Mona Sarfaty, MD, MPH, shares her insights on the health impacts of climate change and explains why we should treat climate change as a public health emergency in this eye-opening blog.