Globally, water and air quality affect human health, including the health of children. In developing countries, lack of clean water supplies, sanitation, and indoor air quality can lead to increased disease burdens. There are public health initiatives that address these issues, but the global community must actively engage to substantially decrease disease burdens and increase the health of all global populations.
Who can benefit from this webinar?
Healthcare professionals, anyone interested in international relations, public health students and faculty.
· Describe disease burdens on a global scale
· Identify global environmental health issues
· Examine global public health initiatives
· Discuss the role of developed countries in response to global disease burdens
If you’re unable to join the webinar on April 25th at 2:00 p.m. (ET), you may still register and a link to the on-demand recording and text transcript will be sent via email after the presentation date.