Impact of Climate-Related Events on the HIV Care Workforce in California

Climate disasters are becoming more frequent and intense in California, with direct and indirect impacts on public health, including HIV care services. As client needs surge during and after climate disasters, service gaps are widening due to workforce migration from areas heavily impacted by climate change. This brief report highlights key findings from a study that our center recently published in PLOS Climate on the experiences of health care providers in regions heavily impacted by climate change.