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GBPSR Monthly Steering Committee Meeting @ Boston University School of Medicine, Wilkins Board Room
Dec 2 @ 7:00 pm

Greater Boston PSR’s monthly meeting – open to all.

Health in a Changing Climate: A Symposium for Health Professionals @ Seattle, WA - Virginia Mason Medical Center
Dec 7 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

Join Washington PSR for a climate and health symposium at Virginia Mason on December 7th. This educational event for health professionals will provide an overview of climate change and health, focusing on the specific health impacts of climate change in Washington state. The event will also discuss opportunities for action in health care sustainability, advocacy and communications, and patient and clinician education.

Washington PSR is thrilled to co-present this event with Virginia Mason, Health Care Without Harm, Kaiser Permanente, Seattle Children’s, and Washington State Medical Association (four of our very own Climate & Health Task Force members will be speaking!) CME and CNE is available. You can find the full agenda here.

We anticipate an audience of 170 physicians, nurses, and public health professionals. All attendees will learn how climate change affects the health of our community. Coffee and lunch will be provided.

Please join us! For further information and to register, click here.

Featured Symposium Speakers

We anticipate an audience of 170 physicians, nurses, and public health professionals. All attendees will learn how climate change affects the health of our community. Coffee and lunch will be provided.

Register here

PSR Pennsylvania 40th Anniversary Dinner @ Philadelphia, PA - Oaks Cloister
Dec 8 @ 4:30 pm – 7:00 pm

Soul of Medicine awards will be presented to 4th year medical students who have exemplified humanism in clinical practice.

We are presenting awards of appreciation to Congresswoman Mary Gay Scanlon and Congressman Brendan Boyle for their environmental stewardship.

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Health Ambassadors Training Program @ Washington, DC - Kaiser Permanente Center for Total Health
Dec 9 @ 9:00 am – 1:00 pm

Please join us for this free, interactive four-hour training that covers the links between climate and health, the spectrum of solutions, how to speak effectively on the topic, and opportunities to act and advocate.

PSR is proudly partnering with EcoAmerica/Climate for Health to bring you this valuable training specifically for health professionals. Continuing education credits are available for nurses, with information about additional continuing education credits coming soon.

Please join your peers for this exciting, no-cost opportunity.

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Nuclear Power: A Threat to Real Climate Action in Maryland @ Silver Spring, MD - Silver Spring Civic Center, Fenton Room
Dec 9 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Join Chesapeake PSR for an informative evening about the threat nuclear energy poses to real climate action in Maryland!

Governor Hogan and some members of the General Assembly are pushing to subsidize nuclear energy as a renewable source of power. Subsidizing nuclear energy would give your ratepayer money directly to profiteering Exelon, the parent company of BGE and PEPCO.

Every dollar we spend propping up aging reactors is a dollar we can’t spend on the inevitable transition away from nuclear power and fossil fuels to a clean, safe, affordable energy economy. The event will feature a presentation about the current political landscape related to nuclear energy, as well as an expert panel highlighting the danger that nuclear energy poses to real climate action followed by a Q&A session.

Hope to see you there! Please contact Rianna Eckel, Senior Maryland Organizer with Food & Water Watch, with any questions:, 410-394-7652.

Co-sponsored by Chesapeake PSR.

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Making the Connection: Environmental Health Conference @ Madison, WI - Health Sciences Learning Center, UW Madison
Mar 6 @ 12:30 pm – 5:30 pm


This annual conference co-sponsored by PSR Wisconsin provides an opportunity for scientists, researchers, healthcare professionals, environmental advocates and concerned citizens to network and make connections.

Featured speakers are Devon Payne-Struges DrPH and Pat Breysee, PhD.

CME/CE credit will be available.


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