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Training - Climate Change Policy HIA Training for Health Professionals
This training by Upstream Public Health is designed for health professionals with experience conducting or contributing to health impact assessments. The training provides a foundation in understanding different climate change policies and how they can affect health. It is intended to help professionals evaluate health effects of climate change policy.
Training course for public health professionals on protecting our health from climate change
World Health Organisation (WHO) has developed this training course to improve the knowledge of health professionals on the associations and implications of climate change on human health and to enhance stronger and more efficient participation of the health sector in addressing climate change challenges.
Understanding the Climate Change and Health Interface - Interactive Version
Climate change is expected to adversely impact the lives and health of billions of people over the next decades. But do you know how climate change can actually affect human health? And what countries can do to respond to this challenge? Find out about these and other issues through the UN CC:Learn’s learning interface on climate change and human health
Postdoctoral Fogarty Fellowship - Seeking Applicants for Air Pollution, Health And Policy Research In India
We seek one Indian applicant and one US applicant for postdoctoral fellowships of the Global Health Equity Scholars Program at UC Berkeley to work in India on policy, air pollution, and health.   If awarded, the candidate would spend at least 10 months in New Delhi, India, working with The Energy Resources Institute, between August 2019 and August 2020 in the newly established  Collaborative Centre of Air Policy Research   A competitive candidate will contribute expertise in the areas of household energy use, agricultural and industry regulation, ambient air pollution, national social investment, and/or health effects.
Eligibility: Doctorate degree required terminal degree within the past five years; graduate students who will complete a doctorate degree by June 2019 can apply.
For US applicant: US citizenship or residency is required.
For Indian applicant: Indian citizenship is required.
Potential applicants who meet the eligibility criteria and who can commit to spending the required months in New Delhi should e-mail a CV or resume to Maria Teresa Hernandez  
If selected on this first round, the applicant will submit a full GHES application (including the endorsement of the GHES mentors) by November 15, 2018.  Information about the application is available at

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