5 events
Tuesday 20th April 2021

The practice of healthcare contributes significantly to the international carbon footprint, and therefore undermines both human health and the health of the planetary. Dentistry contributes to planetary harm through the products we buy, the waste we produce, and the way patients access our services.

This course explores the evidence on harm and ways of reducing it, and prepares dental teams to become more sustainable healthcare providers.  The course is designed for dental care professionals and support staff in primary and secondary care.

Thursday 22nd April 2021

This course is an overview of the relationship between the health sector and the climate and ecological crises. How does the health system contribute to climate change? How can clinical practices become sustainable?

Monday 26th April 2021

This intensive course introduces health professionals and educators to the concept of ‘sustainable value’ and the ‘SusQI’ framework for integrating sustainability into quality improvement. 

  • Monday 26 April, 1 pm - 5 pm 

£165 + VAT

Tuesday 27th April 2021

Research has shown that green space contributes to physical and mental wellbeing and offers therapeutic benefits for recovery from illness. This course explores the evidence and illustrates how you can integrate these into your own practice.

  • Tuesday 27 April 2021, 10am - 2pm

£165 + VAT |  Book here(link is external)

Wednesday 28th April 2021

Are you unsure about where and how to employ more sustainable practices in your work? This webinar hosted by the Royal College of Surgeons of England, will look at the use of disposable vs. reusable materials within surgery and provide information on how to make important future changes in clinical practice. We will be joined by RCS council member and Vice-chair of the RCS sustainability in surgery committee, Ms Victoria Pegna, ENT Research Fellow, Miss Chantelle Rizan and Consultant in ENT Surgery, Professor Mahmood Bhutta.

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