Promoting Sustainability in Healthcare Symposium - free places available

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Some free places available by emailing (free places are sponsorship from Responsible Futures, SWR and Low Carbon Europe).

School of Health Sciences Sustainability Symposium

Promoting Sustainability in Healthcare – How to Stay Positive

Checkland C122 Falmer Campus, University of Brighton, BN1 9PH 27 April 2018

Oral presentations

09:00- Welcome and registration 09:30

09:30- 09:45

Prof Marina Novelli Welcome address University of Brighton

09:50- 10:10

Maja Milkowska Reducing emissions from anaesthetic Health Care Without Harm Europe gases

10:15- 10:35

Heather Baid Sustainability in critical care practice University of Brighton

10:40- 11:00

Maren Thurston Turning the intensive care unit green William Harvey Hospital, Kent

11:00- Coffee 11:20

11:20- 11:40

Louise Terry Emotional impact of environmental South Bank University and sustainability engagement

11:45- 12:05

Claire Jordan Care without carbon PEP tool Darzi Fellow, Care Without Carbon

12:10- 12:30

Chloe Griggs Psychological perspectives of climate Canterbury University change and sustainable healthcare

12:35- Lunch and optional workshops 02:00

02:05- 02:25

Darren Jones TBA Low Carbon Europe, Brighton

02:30- 02:50

Sarah Howes Moor health and wellbeing Plymouth University

02:55- 03:15

Marcello Bertotti Opportunities and challenges to the University of East London sustainability of social prescribing in


03:20- 03:50

Plenary Discussion Promoting sustainability in healthcare: how to stay positive

03:50- 04:00

Prof Debra Humphris Closing address Vice-Chancellor University of Brighton

Still accepting poster abstracts - email Posters


Tania Wiseman

University of Brighton

Leisure in later life

Marianne Willmer

University of Brighton

Leadership and managing within care organisations module and sustainability

Katie Stone

St. Richards Hospital, Chichester

Reducing iatrogenic anaemia, financial cost and environmental waste from arterial blood gas testing in the intensive care setting

Rosetta West

South Bank University

Senior nursing lecturers’ understanding of education for sustainable development: a phenomenographic study

Sarah Howes

Plymouth University

NurSus TOOLKIT – providing a sound learning offer in sustainability literacy and competency in health education

Harri Dean-Orange

South Region Sustainability and Health Network


Zoe Williams

Kings College Hospital, London

Why do student nurses use non-sterile gloves inappropriately? A literature review.

Still accepting display requests - email


Health Care Without Harm Europe
Low Carbon Europe
Sustainable Waste Management
Brighton Futures and Responsible Futures, University of Brighton
Research Design Service –School of Health Sciences, University of Brighton

Centre for Sustainable Healthcare



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