Green Nephrology Summit 2013 - slides 1

Programme and (first batch) speaker slides from the Green Nephrology Summit 2013, available to download. Dr Hugh Rayner is not able to share his slides, some of which are pending publication, but has recommended the following references instead:

Centre for Sustainable Healthcare
September, 2013

SBRI competition: technology-based solutions for patient empowerment and sustainability in kidney care

The Department of Health and the National Institute for Health Research Devices for Dignity Healthcare Technology Co-operative (NIHR D4D HTC) are collaborating to launch a new Small Business Research Initiative (SBRI) competition to find innovative technology based solutions in Kidney Care. The focus is on technologies that can make a difference to patients over the whole spectrum of kidney disease ranging from earlier diagnosis and prevention through to treatment of advanced stages of kidney failure. An important goal would be to promote patient empowerment and/or sustainable practices throughout the patient care pathway. 

Bradford and Bristol Royal share the 2013 Green Nephrology Award

The 2013 Green Nephrology Award (for sustainability initiatives in kidney units) went to joint winners, Bristol Royal Hospital for Children and Bradford Teaching Hospitals. Both kidney units demonstrated significant environmental as well as financial savings, while maintaining the quality of care for dialysis patients. 

Green Nephrology Awards 2013 - winning entries

Joint winners of the 2013 Green Nephrology Awards - Bristol Royal Hospital for Children for a water saving project initiated by Charge Nurse, Dan Speakman, and Bradford Teaching Hospitals for reduction in the use of dialysate through using the "autoflow" facility on dialysis machines.

Centre for Sustainable Healthcare
August, 2013

Don't forget to register for the Green Nephrology Summit on 25 September

This is the yearly get-together of the Green Nephrology Network, where ideas and experiences are exchanged for sustainable kidney care. Everyone is welcome. This year's programme covers best practice examples such as laboratory eGFR screening and exercise programmes in CKD, as well as debates on how to get your clinical director on board, building patient networks, and whether to abandon plastic cannisters of acid concentrate in favour of bulk systems.

CleanMed Europe social media platforms - follow and join the conversation

Anonymous's picture

There's now a facebook page and twitter account for September's CleanMed Europe conference - if you use social media, do follow them for new blogs as they published, along with news items and reports.  Recently published are Rachel Stancliffe and Mahmood Bhutta's blog on whether should health professionals should lead on sustainability and Frances Mortimer's blog on Sustainable Clinical Practice.

You can also use these platforms to make contact with others who will be attending the conference, share your ideas, case studies and as a platform for online discussions about sustainable healthcare and how we can get to where we want to be.

The conference website is at http://www.cleanmedeurope.org/.

Green Nephrology Awards 2013 - open to entries

Kidney units are invited to share their local successes via this year's Green Nephrology Awards.  Shortlisted entries will be presented in poster format at the CleanMed Europe conference 17-19th September (in Oxford), and at the Green Nephrology Summit on 25th September (at Guy’s Hospital in London).  Awards for outstanding entries will be presented at the Summit.  

Pages

EDTNA/ERCA Handbook: Environmental Guidelines for Dialysis

The EDTNA/ERCA and Fresenius Medical Care have produced this Handbook for going green in dialysis. "Fifteen experts from 10 different countries have created the Guidelines over the past year. They contain all the state of the art knowledge to reduce the environmental burden of dialysis.

EDTNA / ERCA & Fresenius Medical Care
October, 2011

SAP - sustainable action planning resources for clinical teams

SAP is a programme to support clinical teams in taking action for sustainability.  Structured around two facilitated workshops, SAP helps front-line staff to learn about sustainable healthcare, focus in on their priorities and put together a green action plan.  The action plan can then

Centre for Sustainable Healthcare
February, 2010

Remote monitoring and telecommunications - safeguarding patients and the environment

Videos of presentations given at a meeting on the role of telemedicine in sustainable healthcare, hosted by the Nephrology Section, Royal Society of Medicine and the Centre for Sustainable Healthcare (Green Nephrology Programme) in London on 11 March 2011.

Green Nephrology Programme & Royal Society of Medicine
February, 2011

Telephone clinics in the follow up of renal transplant recipients

The renal unit at the University Hospital of Coventry and Warwickshire has been successfully running a twice-monthly telephone clinic to provide follow up to these patients since 2006. Annual carbon savings have been estimated at approximately 2000 kgCO2 equivalents.

Green Nephrology Programme
December, 2009

Pages

Naturally Healthy?

On 2nd March CSH and the Ecosystems Knowledge Network delivered a Valuing Nature Programme event to ensure that tools and methods are available to

No wikis have been added to this group.
No polls have been added to this group.

Register or log in to join our networks!

Upcoming events

Oct 01 to 02 2019, 9:30am - 5:00pm
1 attendees, 1 comments

Organisers

  • Site Administrator Agile's picture
  • Frances Mortimer's picture

Members

  • Alistair Wardrope's picture
  • Nick Pollard's picture
  • Rachel Stancliffe's picture
  • Guppi Bola's picture
  • Mark Scarfe's picture
  • Ben Whittaker's picture
  • Andy Connor's picture
  • Ian Buckle's picture
  • preeti's picture
  • Tara Collidge's picture
  • Anant Jani's picture
  • Leigh Bainbridge's picture
  • Anthony Perkins's picture
  • James Warham's picture

Recent activity in this network