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Module 3: Sustainability and the Health Care Sector

Sustainability and the Health Sector will examine the role of the health care sector in climate resilience. The module will focus on opportunities for individual-level or systemic changes to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, water use, waste, and toxics, as well as identify health co-benefits associated with land use, transportation, healthy food, and green infrastructure.

To begin this module, click below link.

San Francisco Bay Bridge in the rain

Module 1: Global Climate Change, Local Health Impacts

Climate change is one of the greatest public health challenges of the 21st century. In San Francisco, climate change means more extreme heat days and precipitation events, sea level rise, and air pollution– and these climate impacts have significant and cascading effects on public health. Although all San Franciscans will be impacted by climate change, not all San Franciscans will suffer these impacts evenly. The unequal distribution of climate health impacts means that populations that already carry a significant health burden are the same populations expected to be most affected. While the breadth of climate change’s causes and effects mandates action from all sectors of society, the healthcare sector in particular will be at the forefront of climate health resilience efforts. Clinicians are often the first-point-of-contact to vulnerable populations, and must be trained identify and treat climate-related health impacts, help patients prepare for future climate-related health impacts, and connect patients to available local, state, and federal climate preparedness resources.

To begin this module, click below link.


Disaster Service Worker



SFDPH Sugary Drink Policy

This is a lesson on SFDPH Sugary Drink Policy.

Lesson 7_Thailand_Jun 12-19

Welcome to Lesson 7: Standard of HIV Prevention and Access to HIV Care and Treatment!

In this lesson, you will be introduced to some of the important considerations in negotiating a standard package for HIV prevention. You will also learn about the process of developing linkages with stakeholders in order to care for those who seroconvert during a trial or are found to be HIV positive during screening.


Offline Viewing: PC Computer or iPad. See offline viewing instructions in the GPP Course Syllabus.


Lesson 6_Thailand_June 5-12

Welcome to Lesson 6: Protocol Development, Site Selection, and Informed Consent Process!

This lesson offers ways to engage stakeholders in protocol development and design of informed consent procedures.  You will also learn about the additional criteria the GPP guidelines recommend considering when selecting trial sites.

Complete the following steps by Monday, June 12th

STEP 1: Complete 

Offline Viewing: PC computer or iPad. See offline viewing instructions in the GPP Online Course Syllabus.

Use the Thai transcript for translation assistance.

STEP 2: Post in the discussion forum!

Lesson 5_Thailand_May 29-Jun 05

Welcome to Lesson 5: Communications and Issues Management Plans!

In this lesson, you will learn about the importance of developing comprehensive plans for communication with key stakeholders throughout the research process. You will also learn stakeholders can help your team plan for and manage issues which may impact the research.

Complete this lesson by Monday, June 5th


Click on these links for offline viewing: PC Computer or iPad. Refer to your GPP Course Syllabus for additional detail.


Lesson 4_Thailand_May-July 2017

Welcome to Lesson 4: Stakeholder Education, Engagement, and Advisory Mechanisms

This lesson describes methods for stakeholder identification and relationship building. You will learn about educational activities to enable stakeholders to provide informed feedback, and use of multiple advisory mechanisms for consultations–beyond only the CAB model. You will also learn about the basic components of a stakeholder engagement work plan.

Use this transcript when you listen the module.

Complete this module by: Monday, May 29th.

STEP 1: Complete

For offline viewing, click on these links: PC computer or iPad. See offline viewing instructions in the GPP Course Syllabus for more detail.

STEP 2: Remember to attend tomorrow’s GPP Online Course Workshop. And bring your GPP  journals!