Top health and environmental experts will gather for an in-depth panel discussion.
KENMORE, WA (April 11, 2018) – As Earth Day approaches on April 22, a stand-out group of the world’s leading climate change experts and environmental advocates will gather at Bastyr University on April 11, 2018 for a climate change discussion that goes beyond its effects on the weather. Titled, “Climate Change and Health - More than Getting Hot,” the panel will explore the impact global warming has had on personal and public health and how it could continue to have a negative effect on global wellness.
Panelists will cover cutting-edge topics that should be useful for a range of clinicians and public-health practitioners:
World-renowned for its curriculum in science-based natural medicine, Bastyr University will host the panel at its primary campus in Kenmore, WA. A pioneer in natural medicine since its inception, Bastyr continues to be in the forefront of developing the model for 21st-century medicine.
Experts joining the panel include:
“Climate Change and Health - More than Getting” is a free event and will take place at Bastyr University, 14500 Juanita Drive N.E., Kenmore, WA 98028 in Room 133, from 4:30pm – 6pm.
Bastyr University is a nonprofit, private university offering graduate and undergraduate degrees, with a multidisciplinary curriculum in science-based natural medicine. Recognized globally for its rigorous curriculum and strong research, the University has a primary campus in Kenmore, Washington, and a second campus in San Diego, California. Bastyr's international faculty teaches the natural health sciences with an emphasis on integrating mind, body, spirit and nature.
For more information please visit: http://www.bastyr.edu/
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