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I am so thrilled to have helped with the Centre for Sustainable Healthcare's first Sustainable Dentistry course.
Here’s the new Education for Sustainable Development Guidance from QAA/Advanced HE to encourage universities i
The purpose of this Consensus Statement is to provide a global, collaborative, representative and inclusive vision for educating an interprofessional healthcare workforce that can deliver sustainab
This chapter and the appendices are really useful - lay out progress around the world on Education for Sustainable Healthcare standards, accreditation, and delivery, linked to information about cli
OTnews article by Ben Whittaker and Sonia Roschnik exploring sustainable healthcare, with examples of sustainable occupational therapy practice.
This 7-week teaching program at Brighton and Sussex Medical School allows students to explore the impact of the healthcare industry on the environment.
Information for patients on the environmental impact of anaesthesia.
Please see the new and improved Green Impact for Healthcare (GIFH) Toolkit.
Today WHO launches new guidance for climate resilient health systems which places preparing the workforce as one its four main strategies. See page 32/38 for details - I've excerpted
This is a recording of the AHP Sustainability webinar from June 18th 2020, part of the National Allied Health Professions fornightly webinar series.
An open-access recording of this webinar from September 2019 is now available via the AMEE website.
Gillian Parker, Whitney Berta, Christine Shea, Fiona Miller
University of Dundee Medical School offers a 4 week SSC (Student Selected Component) entitled 'The Natural Health Service: biodiversity, ecosystems and human health'.
Last week Doctors for XR took part in non-violent direct action in London. This short film is useful for starting a discussion with students on Learning Objective 3:
For anyone involved in teaching medical ethics, I wonder if this letter to the GMC might make an interesting focus for discussion with your students about the role of the health professions in
Congratulations and thanks to SanYuMay for this extremely helpful article summarising current knowledge on how sustainable healthcare can be incorporated into the medical curriculum.
Resources on climate change and health have been developed by the Faculty of Public Health Sustainable Development Special Interest Group.