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Although climate change has been identified as one of the greatest threats to health, medical school curricula have very little coverage of its health consequences. While students are key stakeholders in medical school curricula, their perspectives on the inclusion of this content are largely unknown. This study sought to evaluate medical student perceptions on the intersection of climate change and health in medical education. Materials and Methods: Authors surveyed students at select U.S.doi:10.1016/j.joclim.2021.100033 fatcat:l762wbgefndvtcwnt4tr7pmcsi