Reporter, Wall Street Journal, Brianna discussed on This Morning with Gordon Deal

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And students are pushing for medical education to include climate change saying that physicians and other healthcare workers need to prepare for the risks associated with rising global temperatures it's a story by Brianna abit reporter of the Wall Street journal Brianna what's happening what's happening climate change is already having a tax on people power for the world so I know what warm there's just a number of things better training more leave them in the arts funding into different territory and growing more taking advantage of what our winters they were having more forms of the fourth line to be he has a lot of different medical problem lake for okay and she LSS and then so what's happening is a lot of these health professionals in jobs in a way of different concerns with climate change and some of them including medical students are now sort of pushing for the content and medical schools so that doctors can prepare to treat all of these conditions while our says you reference the schools are not necessarily experts in the for the medical schools in the field of climate change so who teaches this stuff right now there are some experts in little pocket so how can a buyer meant a relatively new scientific fields there are some excellent so there's usually a feeling each school who are taking the charge or sometimes if they're learning on the job so the program will sort of sometimes approach out there and be like Hey you teach about and in the lecture and we were wondering if you could mention how is getting worse due to rob fires that have been occurring more often because of climate change and then they'll sort of help provide a lot of the information that the professor can then take and then incorporate into speak with Brianna habit health reporter at the Wall Street journal Darcy reference number of schools here like university of Minnesota university of Illinois college of medicine any these organizations doing anything specifically yeah there are a lot better giving the perfect thing mostly it lecturer and locked in and then one of the girls and university Illinois college of medicine of during their actually now running a diagnosis I provide thank you do you know you have a person that pretended to be a patient with the rest of the band for the medical student can diagnose land and it's supposed to be a retiree from California and she is offering weaving shortness of breath all of those things and the diagnosis is that she would have and due to the increased wild fires in the area so it's just showing in contact how might change conventionally influence these Briana Brianna abit reporter at the Wall Street journal thirty minutes.

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