Dental Susnet brings together staff, patients and others from the dental service to share ideas and resources for the transformation to sustainable dental health services. 

What's in a bin: A case study of dental clinical waste composition and potential greenhouse gas emission savings

This study used an audit approach to explore the potential for sustainability in dental practice by measuring the nature and quantity of dental clinical waste, and assessing the feasibility of measuring the financial costs and potential carbon savings in the management of dental clinical waste.

Richardson, J. et al, British Dental Journal
January, 2016

Sustainable dentistry: E-learning module with free CPD

Interested in Sustainable dentistry and how to make your clinical practice more eco and patient friendly as well as make cost savings? "An Introduction to Sustainable Dentistry and Measuring Carbon in Healthcare" is part of a CPD - accredited e-learning module.

March, 2016

Sustainable Dentistry Fellows Appointed!

CSH is delighted to have appointed two fantastic candidates as Sustainable Dentistry Fellows in 2015-16. Dentists Dr Divya Verma and Dr Devika Vadher will take up the roles in September 2015 and will be working one day per week with CSH to encourage sustainable practice among dental teams in Kent, Surrey and Sussex.

Dental Public Health Fellowships in Sustainable Dentistry - now open to all dental professionals

Following interest from a host of well-qualified candidates, both trainees and non-trainees in dentistry, we have taken the decision to extend the application deadline for the Sustainable Dentistry Fellowships, and open the programme to all dental health professionals.  The new closing date is 12pm on Thursday 11th June. 

Sustainable Procurement

This financial year has resulted in a range of dental services being re-procured across the country but it’s debatable how much the procurement teams understand about sustainable dentistry and developing solutions that are designed for the future.

University of Plymouth doing more than just switching off the lights - See the work they are doing in nursing and dentistry

I was reminded today by a colleague of the "People and Planet" top university score which can be found here.  The press release states that "Over the last 5 years, Plymouth have set the bar as the highest performing UK university for environmental and ethical standards, with a top 10 position since 2007. Plymouth have set policy, implemented strategy and resourced staff and students with a means to grapple with the sustainability issues affecting our communities and the wider world."

What is great about the University of Plymouth though is the work they have done with sustainability in nursing and now in dentistry. For more information about their sustainability work click here or watch this video of students learning.

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What's in a bin: A case study of dental clinical waste composition and potential greenhouse gas emission savings

This study used an audit approach to explore the potential for sustainability in dental practice by measuring the nature and quantity of dental clinical waste, and assessing the feasibility of measuring the financial costs and potential carbon savings in the management of dental clinical waste.

Richardson, J. et al, British Dental Journal
January, 2016

Sustainable dentistry: E-learning module with free CPD

Interested in Sustainable dentistry and how to make your clinical practice more eco and patient friendly as well as make cost savings? "An Introduction to Sustainable Dentistry and Measuring Carbon in Healthcare" is part of a CPD - accredited e-learning module.

March, 2016

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