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The Global Women’s Health category encompasses two modules. The first module, Global Women's Health, comprises three courses focusing on global neonatal and maternal health challenges and disparities. The second module, Climate and Health, also consists of three courses, addressing the significant threat posed by the climate and ecological crisis to global health.

Global Women’s Health

These courses are designed to help clinicians explore how to improve women's health globally, and the challenges of providing sexual, reproductive, and maternity care in low-resource settings.

Climate and health

The climate and ecological crisis is the greatest global health threat of the 21st century. This three-part Climate and health course explores the impact of climate change on health, the contribution of healthcare to environmental damage, the concept of carbon hotspots and carbon footprinting, the principles of sustainable clinical practice and other ways health workers are influencing environmental policy and action.

If you are a Fellow, Member, Associate or a member of the Trainees' Register you should already have access to these resources as part of your membership benefits.

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Once purchased, your access to these resources will last for 1 year.


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