Climate change is the single biggest threat to population health. Public health professionals have a key role to play in climate mitigation and adaptation. Therefore, public health registrars need to gain the competencies required to lead in this field.
Acquiring these competencies requires experience and exposure to the myriad organisations and sectors involved in mitigation and adaptation.
In this workshop, we will be discussing how these competencies can be achieved as part of a balanced training programme, including examples presented by current registrars.
The event is open to all stakeholders involved in public health training, particularly registrars, supervisors, and TPDs.
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