Incorporating Climate Change into the Medical Education Curriculum

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Incorporating Climate Change into the Medical Education Curriculum

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The impact of fossil-fuel driven climate change and air pollution on health and health equity has led many students, trainees, and faculty to call for medical schools and residency programs to include education on the associated health consequences and how to address them. NEJM Resident 360 has invited a panel of experts, including residents and students, to discuss how they have incorporated climate change curriculum at their own institutions. Learn how you can make an impact and bring your thoughts and questions on training students and residents for the challenges that the climate crisis creates for patients, clinical practice, and health care delivery.

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