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Survey: Climate action at public health schools in the European region

Publication date: 30.04.2020
Author: ASPHER

 

Human-induced climate change is putting the achievement of all Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) at risk. To achieve a climate-neutral Europe by 2050, uptake of climate actions is needed across all sectors. Current gaps and uncertainties can be bridged by including health aspects of climate change in the public health schools' curricula. By bringing skills and knowledge to the future public health workforce, the risks and impacts of climate change for the health and well-being of European citizens can be reduced.

We invite all member schools of ASPHER to take part in a study with the following objectives:

1. To explore how ASPHER can take climate action in their institutions

2. To assess the implementation of climate education in ASPHER members

This research is being conducted as part of the master thesis of Rana Orhan, MPH MSc candidate at the University of Sheffield and Maastricht University. The survey results will be used to explore how ASPHER can take climate action in their institutions and to assess the implementation of climate education in ASPHER members. For more details see the Participant Information Sheet.

The survey will take approximately 15 minutes to complete and is accessible via https://bit.ly/2XX1IaX. The password is ASPHERclimate20

If you have any questions, please contact Rana at ranaorhan@gmail.com

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