- educational materials
Are you confident in teaching patients how to use their inhalers?
Section 8.6 of the new BTS/SIGN Guideline for the management of asthma highlights the environmental impact of metered dose inhalers (pMDI) and recommends that inhalers with low global-war
Resources on climate change and health have been developed by the Faculty of Public Health Sustainable Development Special Interest Group.
Congratulations and thanks to SanYuMay for this extremely helpful article summarising current knowledge on how sustainable healthcare can be incorporated into the medical curriculum.
Very excitingly, the AOMRC has finally published its report, "Training for better outcomes: Developing quality improvement into practice", including a QI curriculum which embeds sustainab
This is an information tool to help people with asthma and their healthcare professionals discuss their options for inhaler devices.
Asthma is very common. Almost 10% of people living in the European Union have a diagnosis of asthma. Among children, asthma is the most common chronic medical condition.
The Centre for Sustainable Healthcare in partnership with Health Education England is hosting a webinar series to launch our how-to g
Our article published today! "The contribution of anaesthesia to the environmental impact of healthcare is significant and visible, but amenable to change.
Green Impact is a sustainability accreditation scheme with an audit and awards element designed specifically for dental practices.
One way of reducing waste in theatre is to think about the surgical instruments we use (or open and don’t use!).
Practice Greenhealth is an American organisation working to promote sustainable, eco-friendly practices in healthcare h
The Centre for Sustainable Healthcare, with funding from Health Education England, has developed a free-to-access Guide for improving the sustainability of a dental practice.
An example of how surgeons can help reduce carbon emissions outside of theatres too!
The University of Brighton School of Health Sciences hosts a sustainability conference every year. Videos and slides from previous events are available here: