3 events
Tuesday 24th September 2019

Join Dr SanYuMay Tun (Imperial College London) & Dr Frances Mortimer (Centre for Sustainable Healthcare) to discuss how education for sustainable healthcare is developing as a reponse to accelerating global environmental change.  

In the UK, the health service is committed to binding Government targets for carbon reductions and the General Medical Council now requires medical schools to prepare their graduates through teaching skills for sustainable healthcare.

Tuesday 1st October 2019
to be confirmed, Oxford, United Kingdom

The Centre for Sustainable Healthcare is offering two 1-day training courses for up to 40 people each, focusing on specific aspects of sustainability, health and healthcare. The two 1-day training courses are for health professionals, educators, students, sustainability and estates managers and others interested in this area. You can attend either 1 day or both.

Tuesday 1st October 2019: Leadership skills for sustainability and health

9:30am – 5pm

The Faculty of Public Health (FPH) has accredited this training course for 5 CPD credits.

Friday 4th October 2019
The Royal Society of Medicine, 1 Wimpole Street, W1G 0AE, United Kingdom

The 2019 NHS Long term plan states that carbon emissions from anaesthesia should be reduced by 2%. What does this mean, what is the time frame, and how are we going to achieve this?

The Government has put climate change, the environment and sustainability issues high on the agenda, with goals and timelines to reduce carbon emissions becoming more ambitious.

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