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CME Webinar Series: COVID-19, Climate, and Equity - Shared screen with speaker view
Colin Nackerman
20:24
Welcome everyone! We’ll get started in a few minutes.
Colin Nackerman
22:07
Welcome everyone! We’ll get started at about 12:05
Colin Nackerman
26:16
docsforclimate.org
Colin Nackerman
46:21
Please feel free to submit Questions through the Q&A button. We will answer some at the end of the webinar.
Mona Sarfaty
46:33
The wet-bulb globe temperature is a type of apparent temperature used to estimate the effect of temperature, humidity, wind speed, and visible and infrared radiation on humans. It is used by industrial hygienists, athletes, sporting events and the military to determine appropriate exposure levels to high temperatures.
Mona Sarfaty
46:50
From Mona: Yes, non-physicians can sign up through our website. We welcome all people in the health sector. Helen, we had trouble reaching you. If you could send your email address, we will send an invitation to affiliate. Send to msarfaty@gmu.edu
Bilue Thomas
01:03:01
Great outcomes.
Mona Sarfaty
01:04:43
To apply for CME credit, watch a recording of the webinar, or download presenter slides visit: https://medsocietiesforclimatehealth.org/continuing-medical-education/july-consortium-cme-webinars/ and follow the links.
Wendy Cook
01:07:07
Apply for CME Credit here: https://fs6.formsite.com/IrG9nn/lmfyu59g0w/index.html
James Celenza
01:14:00
use of rest/cooling areas and centers will be serverly limited by covid -how can we respond?
Colin Nackerman
01:17:42
Apply for CME Credit here: https://fs6.formsite.com/IrG9nn/lmfyu59g0w/index.html
Colin Nackerman
01:27:18
As the solar industry grows this will be increasingly important, too. There are currently over 100,000 solar installers nationwide up on hot roofs.