Nurses drawdown: A new nursing community for climate solutions
Other Title(s)Sigma Education: Climate Change. Webinar 4
Katie Huffling, MS, RN, CNM, FAAN and Cara Cook, MS, RN, ANHN-BC - Alliance of Nurses for Healthy Environments
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- Alliance of Nurses for Healthy Environments, Mount Rainier, Maryland, USA
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Join us for an inspiring webinar describing the newly launched Nurses Drawdown. Nurses have always known that the best way to prevent needless suffering and disease is through strong and effective public and population health. As recent events have shown, to help prevent future pandemics we need a healthy planet that supports healthy people. Nurses Drawdown is an evidenced based tool for nurses to engage in climate solutions and is a community of nurses from around the world who are working together to make our planet one that supports a healthier future for all.
- Describe the Nurses Drawdown five areas of action and their impacts on health.
- Discuss case studies of nurses using Nurses Drawdown in their own practice.
- Identify how nurses can share their climate activities with the Nurses Drawdown community.
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Repository Posting Date2020-06-29T19:15:16Z
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Series/Report No.Sigma/ANHE A Global Movement for Health - Nursing Leadership on Climate Change : Webinar 4
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