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BackgroundClimate change is impacting the health of individuals worldwide. At the same time, the healthcare sector contributes to carbon emissions. In Australia, healthcare contributes 7% of the country’s carbon footprint. Research into the environmental impact and mitigation of carbon emissions...
BackgroundThere is a pressing need for healthcare to respond to the climate crisis. Family physicians, given their central role in community healthcare provision, are strategically placed to lead, support, and promote sustainable healthcare, yet guidance on how to do this is...
BackgroundRural populations are at risk of climate-related impacts due to ecological and geographical determinants, potentially leading to greater morbidity and health utilization. They are often highly dependent on primary care services. However, no rural- or primary care specific synthesis of...
BackgroundAs health care accounts for 4–5% of global carbon emissions, many health organisations have called for implementing sustainable development actions in health care. However, sustainable development measures in general practice are rarely implemented by physicians. The aim of this study...
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