The Sustainable Imaging Network aims to bring together all staff who have an interest in pushing forward sustainable imaging in healthcare. 

The network allows members to share practice, discuss ideas and work together to improve the environmental impact of our growing specialty.

Please join in to share your experiences, examples of projects, share resources, signpost events, and ask questions of the group.

Call for Abstracts: North South Ireland Public Health Conference – Healthy Planet, Healthy People

Abstracts are welcomed for the Healthy Planet, Healthy People conference on 30th November 2022,  hosted by The Institute of Public Health, Public Health Agency, Ulster University, Queen’s University Belfast, and University College Cork. The conference  theme is the relationship between climate change and health in Ireland.

Sustainable Imaging

This is an article from the IPEM (Institute of Physics and Engineering in Medicine) newsletter by Imperial College Healthcare Trust's Principal Nuclear Medicine Physicist, Laura Perry, outlining some of the work that can be done to improve environmental sustainability in an imaging department.

June, 2022

Greener NHS

If you are a newcomer to sustainable healthcare, the NHS England website has a user-friendly guide to the principles behind the NHS Net Zero target.

June, 2022

Sustainable Imaging

This is an article from the IPEM (Institute of Physics and Engineering in Medicine) newsletter by Imperial College Healthcare Trust's Principal Nuclear Medicine Physicist, Laura Perry, outlining some of the work that can be done to improve environmental sustainability in an imaging department.

June, 2022

Greener NHS

If you are a newcomer to sustainable healthcare, the NHS England website has a user-friendly guide to the principles behind the NHS Net Zero target.

June, 2022

Call for Abstracts: North South Ireland Public Health Conference – Healthy Planet, Healthy People

Abstracts are welcomed for the Healthy Planet, Healthy People conference on 30th November 2022,  hosted by The Institute of Public Health, Public Health Agency, Ulster University, Queen’s University Belfast, and University College Cork. The conference  theme is the relationship between climate change and health in Ireland.

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