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World Health Day 2022

World Health Day is an annual celebration by the World Health Organization (WHO) to draw attention to health topics of concern to people globally.

This year's theme is:

Our Planet Our Health

The theme reflects WHO's focus on urging governments, businesses, and societies to act in ways which will keep the planet healthy to:

  • Keep humans healthy
  • Create societies that focus on well-being

Find out more from the World Health Organisation.

#HealthierTomorrow

What else?

Check out the book display in the Main Library display shelves (near the Print Shop) during Week 12, 4-10 April.

Follow up on some of the research outputs from Bond University's Professor Michelle McLean, who has publications on planetary health and environmentally sustainable healthcare topics. 

Prof McLean teaches HPER71-116: Planetary Health.

Learn more about planetary health through the PubMed resources linked below.

Professor Michelle McLean

Research profile

Read more about Professor Michelle McLean

HPER71-116: Planetary Health

This subject explores ‘health’, from the evolution of global, public and population health through to planetary health.

Read more about HPER71-116: Planetary Health

Planetary health resources

Search results from PubMed. Search created by a librarian.

Read more about Planetary health resources

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