5 events
Monday 27th June 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.  

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.

Friday 15th July 2022
Cheese and Grain, Frome, Somerset, United Kingdom

This conference is aimed at anyone who wants to create change in their own communities, and those from health, local government and third sector organisations. It’s also for the people of Frome and surrounding areas who want to connect with others across the region and the UK, and get more involved in the Green & Healthy Future project.

We care about having real exchanges, making the best use of every moment we have together, inviting feedback on the ideas you hear and equipping everyone for a greener, healthier future.

 

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? 

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