Webinar

Climate Change and Mental Health: A Psychiatric Primer

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On Earth Day, April 22, the annual day dedicated to the recognition of environmental protection throughout the world, Northern California Psychiatric Society held its 1st webinar on the psychiatric and mental health  impacts of climate change.  Drs. Robin Cooper (Senior Psychiatrist in San Francisco and long time NCPS member and Alex Trope (UCSF PGY 3), both members of the steering committee of Climate Psychiatry Alliance presented an overview of what all psychiatrists should know about climate disruption in their presentation entitled, “Climate Change and Mental Health: A Psychiatric Primer.” Click the REGISTER NOW link to view the webinar on-demand for free. On-demand viewing DOES NOT qualify for CME. Webinars must be attended live to qualify for CME.


Climate instability and global warming have been identified as the greatest threat to public health of our generation (The Lancet, 2015). An ever-growing evidence base demonstrates that mental health is profoundly impacted by both the acute and slow-moving disruptions of people and places associated with climate change and unsustainable global economic processes.  The numerous recent severe weather disasters have made the urgency of climate change very clear. 

 

Alex Trope (Schrobenhauser-Clonan), MD, MSc, PGY 3 UCSF

Robin Cooper, MD, Assistant Clinical Professor, UCSF, Dept of Psychiatry

When
April 22nd, 2019 5:30 PM   through   6:30 PM
Location
Online Webinar
United States
Event Fee(s)
NCPS Member on-demand $ 0.00

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To advance the quality and effectiveness of psychiatric care through advocacy, professional education and camaraderie.

 

 

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