5 events
Friday 1st April 2022
Mill Woods, Park Lane, Laughton, Laughton, East Sussex, BN8 6BP, United Kingdom

More and more professionals want to incorporate nature-based methods and techniques into their practices. Many studies confirm that the simple act of connecting with nature reduces stress, anxiety, and depression.

Friday 20th May 2022

Join us & our inspiring panelists for a free two-part shared learning forum on embedding sustainability into QI education, training and practice.

Embedding environmental and social sustainability into QI education, training and practice can help healthcare professionals to contribute to the NHS commitment to a Net Zero health system. The ‘SusQI’ framework developed by the Centre for Sustainable Healthcare offers a practical tool for reducing the negative environmental impact of healthcare, whilst building social value at every opportunity.

Tuesday 24th May 2022

Health professions curricula increasingly require students and trainees to demonstrate skills for both sustainable healthcare and quality improvement. At the same time, achieving the NHS commitment to net zero carbon emissions by 2040 requires healthcare staff to introduce changes in the workplace and innovate for further carbon reductions. 

Wednesday 25th May 2022

This intensive course introduces health professionals and educators to the concept of ‘sustainable value’ and the ‘SusQI’ framework for integrating sustainability into quality improvement. Learning from real examples, participants explore in depth how the framework can be applied in practice to develop preventative, holistic, lean, low carbon care.  

Thursday 26th May 2022

This foundation course explains how dentistry contributes to climate change and ecological degradation, and helps dental care professionals and support staff in primary and secondary care to apply sustainable practices in their work. It offers an overview of the relationship between dentistry, health, and the climate and ecological crises. How are dentistry and healthcare both vulnerable to and contributing to climate change and ecological degradation? What would sustainable dentistry look like? What might the wider benefits be and how can we achieve this?

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