Extreme Heat Air Quality Implications for Human Health

Gillings School of Global Public Health. (2020). Extreme Heat & Air Quality: Implications for Human Health. (Available for free through the train website. Free registration required.) University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
This evidence-based and subject matter expert reviewed training aims to inform health care and public health staff about how extreme heat can worsen air pollution. Learning objectives include defining extreme heat, understanding how heat waves impact air quality, identifying populations vulnerable to these environmental factors, and learning how communities can reduce air pollution during extreme heat.
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