The path to climate-smart, net-zero emissions health care: A grand rounds series

  • US & Canada

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Presented by Health Care Without Harm in partnership with the Global Consortium on Climate and Health Education, this five-part virtual grand rounds series explores strategies to reduce health care emissions and features the leadership of climate-smart clinicians and researchers.

During the sessions participants will learn about:

  • Strategies to achieve net-zero health care emissions
  • Opportunities to bring climate-smart health care to the bedside
  • Emerging research that supports health care decarbonization

Registration is now open for the following sessions.

Session 1
Climate, health care and the Race to Zero: A call to action
Jan. 27, 2022 11 a.m. ET

During our inaugural session, Health Care Without Harm's founder Gary Cohen will issue a call for the health care sector to decarbonize, and will be joined by two clinical leaders who will discuss how their institutions are taking action to achieve net-zero emissions.

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Session 2
Clinical leaders as drivers of sustainability: a physician-researcher perspective
Mar. 16, 11 a.m. ET

In a session presented with the Massachusetts General Hospital Center for the Environment and Health, Dr. Jonathan Slutzman will explore the climate impact of clinical care, and why clinician leadership and research are critical in reducing health care emissions.

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Session 3
Clinical sustainability: how data and collaboration advance climate-smart clinical practice
June 16, 11 a.m. ET

In this session, two radiologists and a health care emissions researcher explore the value of data and interdisciplinary collaboration in driving climate-smart clinical practice

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Additional sessions will be added here as they are finalized.