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Arizona Extreme Weather and Public Health Workshop Summary Report

Abstract In June 2016, the Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS) with researchers from Arizona State University (ASU) convened a one-day workshop of public health professionals and experts from Arizona’s county and state agencies to advance statewide preparedness for extreme weather events and climate change. The United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) sponsors the Climate-Ready Cities and States Initiative, which aims to help communities across the country prepare for and prevent projected disease burden associated with climate change. Arizona is one of 18 public health jurisdictions funded under this initiative. ADHS is deploying the CDC’s five-step Building Resilience Against Climate Effects (BRACE) framework to ass... (more)
Created Date 2016-11-28
Contributor Roach, Matthew (Author, Facilitator) / Hondula, David M. (Author, Facilitator) / Putnam, Hana (Author, facilitator) / Chhetri, Nalini (Author, facilitator) / Sosa, Brigette (facilitator) / Schweers, Nick (faciitator) / Chakalian, Paul (Author, facilitator) / Watkins, Lance (Author, facilitator) / Maynard, Andrew (facilitator) / Dufour, Brigette (Author)
Subject climate, health, Arizona, workshop, weather, extreme, preparedness
Type Text
Extent 6 pages
Language English
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Citation Roach M, Hondula DM, Putnam H, Chhetri N, Sosa B, et al. Arizona Extreme Weather and Public Health Workshop Summary Report. Arizona State University, November 2016.
Collaborating Institutions School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning / Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability / Arizona Department of Health Services / Center for Policy Informatics
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