The NYSCHECK network has developed climate change and health curriculum used in a variety of settings.  Content varies and includes: courses, modules, lecture series, residency rotations, and experiential exercises. NYSCHECK centers work collaboratively to share these materials, harnessing the power of the network to enhance capacity among NYS healthcare professionals. Climate curriculum exists in three educational settings listed below. 

  • Medical school 
  • Medical residency programs
  • Masters in Public Health schools 

Medical Schools

Three NYS medical schools have incorporated climate change and health content into their curriculum. 

Residency Programs

Two NYS residency programs have robust climate change and health curriculum. 

Master of Public Health programs

Two NYSCHECK centers offer climate and health course content for MPH programs.