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Some 55 percent of US medical schools now teach students about the health effects of climate change, up from 27 percent in 2019.
At Mass General, Dr. Sam Smith co-founded a committee to discuss climate-conscious changes for the anesthesiology department as a whole.
Natalie Baker, a second-year student at Harvard Medical School, grew up in Northern California. In her lifetime, she’s seen the environment there change. More heat and intense wildfires have seared the landscape in recent years, adversely affecting the lives of her loved ones and some of the patients with whom she's worked.
Health care organizations here and across the country are working to decrease their environmental footprint.
Browse recent research studies and perspective articles executed by teams of medical professionals that include clinicians from the Center for the Environment and Health.
In this op ed, Dr. Armand explains the downstream environmental consequences of pharmaceuticals and what is needed so that physicians and consumers can make better choices.
In this study, a team of researchers examined U.S. emergency department (ED) waste management and shared their findings.
A team of clinicians discuss how health care providers and public health professionals must create solutions to prepare for increased rates of hurricane-related injury and mortality during COVID-19.
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