Climate change poses significant threats to human health, and the health sector has a crucial role in addressing these hazards.
This research paper explores the environmental impact of the health sector and proposes strategies to mitigate its effects.
The aim of this study is to identify the hazards generated by healthcare facilities and recommend sustainable practices for reducing their environmental footprint.
Additionally, it examines the role of health professionals in leading climate action and proposes an international initiative using the ADKAR change management model.
The research methodology involved a comprehensive literature review, analysis of case studies, and integration of expert opinions.
Venue Expo City Dubai Virtual: ID:853 1017 6298 CODE: 663334 Date: December 7th, 2023 Time: 11:15AM-12:15PM Romania Time Moderator: Mr. Umar Saleh Anka PhD (c) Designated National Focal Point to UNFCCC at HCRFFUSA Panelists Ms. Berci Cristina Izabella Project and Change Manager, Biochemical Engineer. Dr. Ahmed H H Nigim Palestine ENT Specialist Doctor UN Representative for Human Rights, Geneva Dr. Ahmad Albyyari Jordan ENT Senior Resident Doctor