The lectures of the WHO Collaborating Centre doctoral training course “Climate Change, Weather and Human Health” are open to all interested in the topic! Welcome!
Confirmed speakers: Prof. Colin Butler (Australia), Prof. Vladimir Kendrovski (WHO Europe), Prof. Timothy Carter (Finnish Environment Institute), Professor Emeritus Tari Haahtela, Sirpa Pietikäinen (Member of the European Parliament), Mayor Päivi Laajala (City of Oulu), Prof. Jouni Jaakkola (CERH), Docent Tiina Ikäheimo (CERH), Docent Timo Hugg (CERH), Postdoctoral researcher Klemetti Näkkäläjärvi (University of Lapland).
The course is organized by CERH and funded by the Health and Biosciences Doctoral Program, University of Oulu Graduate School (UniOGS). The course takes place in the Faculty of Medicine, Kontinkangas Campus (Aapistie 5-7, lecture rooms F202, F101 and A101). All lectures will be in English.
WHO Collaborating Centre Doctoral Training Course:
CLIMATE CHANGE, WEATHER AND HUMAN HEALTH
DAY 1. Tuesday October 30, 2018 / Lecture room F202
8.30 Introduction and welcome words – Prof. Jouni Jaakkola
8.45 Introduction to climate change, weather and health – Prof. Jouni Jaakkola
9.15 What is climate change? I. Causes, observations and projections – Prof. Timothy Carter
10.30 What is climate change? II. Socioeconomic impacts, vulnerabilities and responses – Prof. Timothy Carter
11.15 Climate change and global health – Prof. Colin Butler
13.00 Oulu climate change and health activities – Päivi Laajala, Mayor of the city of Oulu
13.20 EU climate change and health activities – Member of the European Parliament Sirpa Pietikäinen
DAY 2. Wednesday October 31, 2018 / Lecture room F101
8.30 Effects of ambient temperature on human health – Docent Tiina Ikäheimo
9.15 Projections of temperature-related excess mortality under climate change scenarios – Prof. Jouni Jaakkola
10.30 Biodiversity and health – Professor Emeritus Tari Haahtela
11.15 Climate change, pollen and allergic diseases – Docent Timo Hugg
DAY 3. Thursday November 1, 2018 / Lecture room F202
8.30 The holistic effects of climate change on the Saami culture and well-being – Postdoctoral researcher Klemetti Näkkäläjärvi
8.55 The holistic effects of climate change on the Saami health – Prof. Jouni Jaakkola
9.15 Climate change and conflicts – Prof. Colin Butler
10.30 WHO climate change and health activities – Prof. Vladimir Kendrovski
Lecture room A101
13.00 Future perspectives. Panel discussion: Moderator Prof J. Jaakkola, discussants Prof. V. Kendrovski, Prof. C. Butler.
Lectures available online through Adobe connect: https://connect.funet.fi/cerh/
More information about the course: http://www.oulu.fi/cerh/node/54655
Last updated: 26.10.2018