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June 28, 2017 12:54 PMCategory: Health Equity

Innovative Curricula for Public Health Priority Populations

How do climate change communications fit into existing public health programs? Local leaders share effective, low-cost approaches to making this connection.

Building Climate Change Capacity Among Community Health Workers
Nancy Villasenor, Health Educator, California Department of Public Health

OutsideIn SLO: We Take Health and Climate Change Personally
Kathleen Karle and Morgan Feld, County of San Luis Obispo

What’s Good for Health is Good for Climate

Judy Robinson, Sustainability Manager, Sacramento County

OutsideIn Kings: Challenges in Rural Communities

Darcy Pickens, Environmental Health Educator, Kings County

Closing Comments

Dr. Penny Borenstein, Health Officer, County of San Luis Obispo


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This is Part Four of a four-part series.  More information is available at: http://www.healslo.com/webinar/.

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