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The Climate Crisis and Clinical Practice Symposium was the first major event to bring together the leading health institutions around Greater Boston to tackle the effects of the climate crisis on clinical practice. Co-hosted by The New England Journal of Medicine, Harvard Global Health Institute, Harvard C-CHANGE, and Harvard Medical School, the Symposium featured clinicians and hospital leaders across the Boston medical community. Attendees learned how the climate crisis is altering clinical practice across specialties, and delved into strategies for addressing the effects of climate change on patients’ health. Pictured above, Eric Rubin, MD, PhD, editor-in-chief of The New England Journal of Medicine, delivers welcoming remarks at the Climate Crisis and Clinical Practice Symposium on February 13, 2020. Watch Event Video


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