This workshop brought together together environmental health researchers, climate change modelers, and public health experts and practitioners to explore new approaches to modeling the human health risks of future climate change. Speakers from a number of fields participated in discussions and presentations over the course of our two-day workshop which highlighted research gaps, lessons learned, research needs, and potential next steps to improve health risks models of climate change.
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Monday, November 3, 2014
Session 1 Human Health Risks of Climate Change: State of Knowledge
Session 2 Health Risk Models of Climate Change: State of Development [Linda Wennerberg]
Juli Trtanj Climate and Water-Borne Infections Diseases
Panel Discussion: Health Risk Models Limitations and Opportunities
Charles Benjamin Beard
Session 3 Human Systems Approach to Understanding Future Vulnerabilities [Gary Geernaert]
Panel Discussion: Systems Thinking and Modeling the Health Impacts of Climate Change
Tuesday, November 4, 2014
Session 4 Incorporating Health Risks Into The Aggregated Impact of Climate Change [Kristie Ebi]
Panel Discussion: Practical Next Steps to Climate Change Impact Models