CSH Sustainability School
The Centre for Sustainable Healthcare is offering two 1-day training courses for up to 40 people each, focusing on specific aspects of sustainability, health and healthcare.The same training courses run in February and June of this year have approved CPD application. We are re-applying for the October courses.
Tuesday 1st October 2019: Leadership skills for sustainability and health
9:30am – 5pm
The Faculty of Public Health (FPH) has accredited this training course for 5 CPD credits last time. New CPD application has been applied for.
An interactive one-day course for professionals and trainees working in healthcare including public health, clinicians, estates and management to develop leadership skills for environmental sustainability within and outside the health and care sector.
Drawing on real-life examples, the course will include how health professionals can work with partners to incorporate environmental sustainability into public health programmes, healthcare facilities management and clinical care pathways. Intensive, small-group exercises will develop confidence and provide the opportunity to hone leadership skills.
Wednesday 2nd October 2019: Sustainability in quality improvement
9am – 4:45pm
The Royal College of Physicians (RCP) has accredited this training course for 5 CPD credits last time. New CPD approval has been applied for.
An intensive one-day course to introduce 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 will explore in depth how the framework can be applied in practice to develop preventative, holistic, lean, low carbon care.
Full details and programmes for both courses may be found on the CSH website, here.
"I would highly recommend the CSH Sustainability School courses. Attending as someone who was interested in environmental sustainability but unsure how to incorporate this into my professional practice, I found it to be a great source of information (and inspiration!). A knowledgeable faculty provide real life examples of how sustainability projects can improve the NHS for patients and the environment. The courses also provide a fantastic opportunity to network with other like-minded health care professionals (when one can sometimes feel like a ‘lone voice’ within a department!)"
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