5 events
Friday 8th July 2022

This foundation course is specifically tailored for healthcare staff working in primary care at all levels. It offers an overview of the relationship between health, the health sector and the climate and ecological crises. How is the health system both vulnerable to and contributing to climate change and ecological degradation? What would a sustainable health system look like? What might the wider benefits be and how can we achieve this? The course also highlights the leadership role healthcare staff can play in providing healthcare for all within planetary boundaries.   

Wednesday 13th July 2022

This carbon footprinting course will help health professionals, quality improvement leads and medical students to become carbon literate. You will gain an understanding of what a carbon footprint is, how it can be used in the NHS’s endeavour to go net zero and how it is measured.

Tuesday 19th July 2022

This foundation course offers an overview of the relationship between health, the health sector and the climate and ecological crises. How is the health system both vulnerable to and contributing to climate change and ecological degradation? What would a sustainable health system look like? What might the wider benefits be and how can we achieve this? 

Thursday 25th August 2022

This foundation course offers an overview of the relationship between human health and the climate and ecological crises, with a focus on respiratory health.  It demonstrates how the health system is vulnerable to, but also contributes to, climate change and ecological degradation, examines the specific contribution of inhalers to carbon emissions and other environmental impacts and explores how to develop a more sustainable approach to respiratory healthcare whilst maintaining or improving quality of care. 

Tuesday 13th September 2022

The Critical Care Susnet sharing hour is hosted by the Centre for Sustainable Healthcare, British Association of Critical Care Nurses and Intensive Care Society.

It is an opportunity to share ideas, ask questions and hear about developments related to environmental sustainability in critical care.

The sharing hours are free and open to anyone interested in improving the sustainability of critical care practice, including all disciplines and roles.

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