Thank you for joining us for our webinar Climate Crisis: A Call for Nursing Action. This webinar provides an overview of the climate science, how climate change impacts health, and the actions nurses can take in different practice settings to make a difference.
About the speakers:
Lisa Jordan is professor of nursing at Prince George’s Community College in Maryland.
Carol Lindsey is a retired nurse practitioner and active with the Florida Clinicians for Climate Action and the Florida Nurse Practitioner Network.
Karen Wolf is a nurse practitioner, community health clinical specialist, and a Climate for Health Ambassador.
Nurses are eligible to receive 1 hour of nursing continuing education credit after watching the full webinar and completing the post-test and evaluation (you must achieve an 80% or higher on the post-test to receive the credit). It may take 2-3 business days for you to receive your post-test score and CE certificate as scores need to be manually reviewed and released. If you have any questions or issues regarding your CE certificate, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
After viewing the webinar, participants will:
- Discuss historical and current examples of how nurses have engaged in advocacy to promote healthy environments.
- Describe at least three ways climate damage impacts the health of the public.
- Identify three actions nurses can take to advocate for climate health.
Learn more about how to become a Climate for Health Ambassador here.
The post-test and evaluation can be accessed here.
Click on the photo below to access the webinar or at this link.