- information resource
Take a look at our handy one page guide that shows you:
The Greener AHP Hub is a resource for Allied Health Professionals. It provides information and clear actionable steps which AHPs can take to improve their own environmental sustainability.&nb
This article was just released for online, open access:
Healthcare without harm: physician resource network is an established website with many resources ranging from advocacy to grand rounds and webinars.
SSC report + recorded workshop
- background/context of sustainable respiratory care
- summary of interviews with practice patients
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
Article: Environmental impact of Personal Protective Equipment supplied to health and social care services in England in the first six months of the COVID-19 pandemic.
This 7-week teaching program at Brighton and Sussex Medical School allows students to explore the impact of the healthcare industry on the environment.
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
Background: Health-care services are necessary for sustaining and improving human wellbeing, yet they have an environmental footprint that contributes to environment-related threats to human health
This Canadian article differentiates between 'ecological' and ‘environmental’ determinants of health.
Gillian Parker, Whitney Berta, Christine Shea, Fiona Miller
Health Care Without Harm and the Alliance of Nurses for Healthy Environments partnered on the “Nurses Climate Challenge” with the aim of nurses educating 5,000 health professionals on climate and h
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.
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