Climate change and women's health & well-being: A nursing perspective
Fiona Armstrong, BN, GrandDipJourn, MPPP; Shawana Moore, DNP, CRNP, WHNP-BC; Raluca Radu, RN, MSN
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Women face higher risks and greater burdens to their health and well-being from the impacts of climate change. Furthermore, their ability to adapt is compromised by legal, political, technical, and financial contexts. Nurses, the majority of whom are women, are witnessing and already responding to the effects of climate change on health and well-being. This event will look at nurses’ contribution to mitigate climate change and to support women and communities around the world to adapt to its impacts. It will also showcase leadership from nurses in building climate resilient health systems that prioritize women and girls.
Moderator: Erica Burton, RN, BscN, MPH
Opening Remarks: Pamela Cipriano, PhD, RN, NEA-BC, FAAN
Closing Remarks: Kenneth Dion, PhD, MSN, MBA, RN, FAAN
This webinar was presented by Sigma and the International Council of Nurses.
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Impact of Climate Change;
Climate Resilient Health Systems
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