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This is a presentation I did last month for the BAOT Sustainable Practice Local Group (South East Region) in Brighton.
Developed by Equinox service users with guidance from Equinox medical staff, the leaflets provide advice and guidance for dealing with extreme hot and cold weather.
The continued use of metered-dose inhalers in respiratory care will have a potentially catastrophic effect on global warming if production is not controlled, largely because these inhalers use pote
This document has a set of case studies from UK medical schools that have been trying out ways of teaching medical students about the links between climate, sustainability and health. Most of
Climate change is a key public health challenge of the 21st century. To address this we need to move to a more sustainable way of living and working.
This report demonstrates that the healthcare system and those working within it have an important and often under-utilised role in reducing health inequalities through action on the social determin
10 years ago detailed a vital role for the medical profession in addressing climate change and was used in Australia to form Doctors for the Environment Australia (DEA).
Green Nephrology case studies are prepared in collaboration with renal units to document local innovations with environmental benefits, together with information to support their replication elsewh
A collection of slides introducing sustainable healthcare and Green Nephrology
Slides presented by Dr Ian Stott at the Renal Association Clinical Directors' Forum, March 2013
Table of Actions for a Sustainable Respiratory Inhalers Programme - first created in consultation with Sustainable Respiratory Care Advisory Group in February 2013.
This report presents what a network of public health registrars in the UK - chaired by Dr. James Smith and Dr.
These resources have been developed to show how the current public health curriculum at Oxford medical school may be linked to the priority learning objectives in sustainable healthcare.
This guide and the associated tools are aimed at Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) that want to deliver system-wide commissioning which will, as a consequence, lead to healthcare services that o
One of the greatest challenges of our time is to address global environmental changes, such as climate change and biodiversity loss, that may harm the health of billions of people worldwide.
A case study about the Sustainable Healthcare GP Registrar Scholarship Programme, run by the Severn Deanery School of Primary Care (SoPC), NHS Education – South West.
These Priority Learning Outcomes (PLOs) represent a reworking of recommendations made to the GMC in January 2012.