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NETEC Webinar Series (11/15/23)/Online Course: Climate Change and Vector-Borne Disease


Climate Change and Vector-Borne Disease. Exploring the Impact on Disease Epidemiology, Emerging Pathogens, and Clinical Preparedness.

Join us for this NETEC webinar as guest experts give an overview of how climate change and environmental factors affect disease epidemiology and the emergence of vector-borne diseases—and their impact on human, animal, and environmental health. The panelists will also describe how health care professionals can apply concepts of climate change to clinical reasoning, emergency preparedness, and medical decision-making in the field of emerging pathogens.


C. Ben Beard, MS, Ph.D.
Deputy Director, Division of Vector-Borne Diseases
and Co-chair, Agency Climate & Health Taskforce

Tara Benesch, MD, MS
Climate and Health Fellow
University of Colorado

Dennis Bente, DVM, PhD
Professor, Department of Microbiology & Immunology
The University of Texas Medical Branch

Matthew Dacso, MD, MSc, FACP
Chair ad interim, Department of Global Health and Emerging Diseases
School of Public and Population Health
Associate Professor, Internal Medicine
The University of Texas Medical Branch





Nov 15, 2023 02:00 PM in ET.



Continuing education credits will be provided for this activity. Participants will be asked to complete a post-webinar evaluation immediately following the webinar. We recommend accessing the webinar from a PC or Mac computer using the Chrome, Firefox, or Safari (Mac) web browser.

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