F1052 Climate Change and Infectious Disease: Current and Expected Effects and Strategies

Saturday, November 3
9:30 AM - 10:15 AM
Location: W311EF, Orange County Convention Center

Topic(s): Environmental Health

Faculty will give an overview of climate change and why children are uniquely susceptible to its effects. Focusing on infectious diseases, faculty will give examples of foodborne, waterborne, and vector-borne infections that may affect children’s health. Emerging infections and implications for children and pregnant women as well as office-based and public health strategies that can help prepare for climate change-related infections and other effects will be discussed.

Susan E. Pacheco, MD, FAAP

Associate Professor Pediatrics
University of Texas McGovern Medical School Houston Texas
Houston, Texas

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Susan E. Pacheco, MD, FAAP

Associate Professor Pediatrics
University of Texas McGovern Medical School Houston Texas
Houston, Texas

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F1052 Climate Change and Infectious Disease: Current and Expected Effects and Strategies

Saturday, November 3
9:30 AM - 10:15 AM
Location: W311EF, Orange County Convention Center

Topic(s): Environmental Health

Faculty will give an overview of climate change and why children are uniquely susceptible to its effects. Focusing on infectious diseases, faculty will give examples of foodborne, waterborne, and vector-borne infections that may affect children’s health. Emerging infections and implications for children and pregnant women as well as office-based and public health strategies that can help prepare for climate change-related infections and other effects will be discussed.

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Susan E. Pacheco, MD, FAAP

Associate Professor Pediatrics
University of Texas McGovern Medical School Houston Texas
Houston, Texas

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