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Climate Resources for Health Education
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Climate Resources for Health Education (CRHE) is a global health professional-led initiative that aims to provide free, publicly accessible, evidence-based resources to accelerate the  incorporation of climate change and planetary health information into educational curricula. Building on cutting edge science, these resources provide the rapid translation of our best science into health practice. We create climate and health related learning objectives, slide decks, and problem based learning (PBL) across organ systems science, health systems science, and humanities for inclusion in existing health curricula.

CRHE is a collaboration between the Global Consortium on Climate and Health Education (GCCHE) at Columbia University, Massachusetts General Hospital, Brigham Women's Hospital, University of California San Francisco, and Emory University School of Medicine. Together we have engaged 400 contributors from 50+ health professions schools and 15 countries to an expert reviewed repository of climate and health course materials. Learn more here.

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