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Fechas límite flexibles

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Restablece las fechas límite en función de tus horarios.
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Horas para completar

Aprox. 11 horas para completar

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Programa - Qué aprenderás en este curso

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1
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2 horas para completar

Introduction and Climate Science

Module I introduces learners to the basic definitions, principles and findings of climate change science, relying on reports of the UN-affiliated Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), as well as the US National Climate Assessment, NASA, NOAA, and other science agencies. Following a brief course overview, sessions cover how the climate has changed and may change in the future, including the recent IPCC report on global warming of 1.5 degrees C. An interview with former EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy addresses why public health departments globally need to prepare for a changing climate, and an interview with Dr. Rufus Ewing, former Premier of Turks and Caicos, provides a perspective on the impacts of extreme storms and sea-level rise on vulnerable small island states. A ten-question multiple-choice quiz provides an opportunity to take stock of module learning. ...
Reading
7 videos (Total 97 minutos), 1 reading, 1 quiz
Video7 videos
A Public Health Perspective on Climate Change14m
Climate Change and Health: A Conversation with Gina McCarthy19m
The Climate is Changing11m
Looking Ahead: The New Climate Normal6m
Climate Change and Small Island States: A Conversation with Rufus Ewing20m
Enhancing Urgency: IPCC Global Warming of 1.5°C Report20m
Reading1 lectura
Introduction and Climate Science Readings10m
Quiz1 ejercicio de práctica
Module 1 Quiz20m
Semana
2
Horas para completar
2 horas para completar

Public Health Perspective

Module II details the health impacts of climate change on human populations, and why a changing climate provides both a challenge but also an opportunity for public health. Direct impacts of climate change on human well-being are covered (including illness, injuries and death from extreme heat, precipitation, and worsening air quality) and indirect impacts (such as increased risk of vector-borne disease, risks to water quality and quantity, food security and safety, mental health, and climate-related relocation). Emphasized points include the vulnerability of specific populations; the complex, interlinked and multi-scale nature of climate health challenges; and the particular hazards faced by cities – on the climate frontline due to their concentrated populations, the urban heat island effect and other factors. An interview with Dr. Thomas Matte, former Assistant Health Commissioner for New York City, provides perspectives on Hurricane Sandy and its impacts; while an interview with former World Bank Institute Urban Director Dr. Mila Freire provides insights into how urban planning and public health can collaborate to enhance climate health outcomes in cities. A ten-question quiz provides an opportunity to review and consolidate learning. ...
Reading
8 videos (Total 111 minutos), 1 reading, 1 quiz
Video8 videos
The Defining Public Health Issue for the 21st Century11m
Threat & Opportunity: How Climate Changes Health14m
Who is Most Vulnerable?15m
Cities on the Climate Frontline12m
The View from New York City: A Conversation with Tom Matte20m
Climate and Health Governance for Cities18m
Cities on the Climate Change Frontline: A Conversation with Mila Freire15m
Reading1 lectura
Public Health Perspective Readings10m
Quiz1 ejercicio de práctica
Module 2 Quiz20m
Semana
3
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2 horas para completar

Assessment Frameworks and Case Study

Module III introduces learners to climate and health analytical tools and assessment methods they can use in their own local contexts, illustrating application of these tools through examples including a case study for the city of Barcelona presented by Dr. Joan Ramon Villalbi of the Barcelona Public Health Agency. Among the assessment methods highlighted are the EU Climate Adapt framework, Health Impact Assessment (HIA), and innovative approaches such as “multisolving.” Special focus is placed on the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) five-step adaptive-learning framework called “Building Resilience Against Climate Effects” (BRACE), with the US state of Maryland’s application of BRACE provided as an example illustrated through an interview with Dr. Clifford Mitchell, Director in the State Public Health Department's Environment Bureau. A ten-question multiple-choice quiz provides an opportunity to verify learning, and the analytical tools discussed in this module provide guidance for completion of the final course assignment....
Reading
8 videos (Total 93 minutos), 1 reading, 1 quiz
Video8 videos
Overview of Climate & Health Policy13m
City Health Adaption Activities13m
Case Study: Climate and Health Adaption in Barcelona City: A Conversation with Joan Ramon Villalbi16m
The Barcelona Public Policy Center: A Conversation with Vicente Navarro6m
Assessing Climate Change & Health in the US10m
Maryland's Climate and Health Program: A Conversation with Clifford Mitchell14m
Bringing Health to the Forefront of Assessment17m
Reading1 lectura
Assessment Frameworks and Case Study Readings10m
Quiz1 ejercicio de práctica
Module 3 Quiz20m
Semana
4
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4 horas para completar

Policies and Practices

Module IV provides concrete examples of promising climate health adaptive policies and practices, covering information-driven practices such as surveillance as well as early warning systems (including an assignment to identify/evaluate a real-life early warning system). Collaboration across non-health sectors -- particularly the physical infrastructure sectors including water, transport and electricity essential to city functioning -- is also covered, including an interview on financing of adaptive urban infrastructure with Bernard Sheahan, former Director of Infrastructure for the International Finance Corporation. Sessions on communicating on climate change and health (including a “how-to” tutorial) help build concrete skills. The course concludes with an interview with Dean Emeritus of JHSPH, Dr. Al Sommer, providing a forward-looking perspective on how public health can "speak up" on the challenges of climate change. ...
Reading
11 videos (Total 146 minutos), 2 readings, 1 quiz
Video11 videos
Data Needs for Climate and Health Policy: Part I8m
Data Needs for Climate and Health Policy: Part II10m
Early Warning Systems16m
Transcending Sectoral Boundaries20m
Financing Climate Adaption Infrastructure: A Conversation with Bernard Sheahan16m
The Challenge of Communicating about Climate Change: Part I14m
The Challenge of Communicating about Climate Change: Part II11m
Communication Overview Part One - How-To Tutorial10m
Communications Overview Part Two: How-To Tutorial19m
Looking to the Future - Public Health Speaking Out on Climate Change: A Conversation with Al Sommer16m
Reading2 lecturas
Policies and Practices Readings10m
Early Warning System Assignment Instructions10m
Quiz1 ejercicio de práctica
Early Warning System Assignments

Instructores

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Mary A. Fox, PhD MPH

Assistant Professor
Department of Health Policy and Management
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Mary C. Sheehan, PhD MPH

Associate Faculty
Bloomberg School of Public Health
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Thomas A. Burke, PhD MPH

Jacob I and Irene B. Fabrikant Professor and Chair in Health Risk and Society
Bloomberg School of Public Health

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