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NACCHO Demonstration Site: Health Effects of Climate Change in Central Florida Training


This training presentation was given to 82% of Orange County (FL) Health Department staff, accompanied by pre and post-training assessments to determine the knowledge gained by staff through the training. 

This training presentation includes information on:

  • What climate change is;
  • The impacts of climate change;
  •  Air quality;
  • Nutrition;
  • Infectious diseases;
  • Chronic diseases;
  • Society;
  • Natural Disasters; and
  • The role of the health department., including adaptation efforts.


Climate Change Toolkit

Keyword Area:

Adaptation, Chronic Disease, Climate, Environmental Health, Food Safety, Health Promotion and Health Education, Natural Disaster, Workforce Competency


Institutional Author:

Orange County (FL) Health Department




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4 Stars of 5 - Very Useful
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By David Overfield
easy to use and duplicate locally

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This is a PowerPoint presentation developed for Orange County, Florida Public Health department staff. It is an example of PPT to use/modify if staff training is a activity to be undertaken in a public health department.