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Global Consortium on Climate and Health Education (GCCHE)
Keele University Medical School educators have developed their own cases based around four prominent types of waste within the NHS: food, pharmaceutical, clinical and fuel, which they have given pe
We describe a clinical-skills based approach to teaching medical and public health students the health effects of climate change. This resource presents eleven simulation exercises used with
Short animation to raise awareness of the NHS contribution to environmental issues such as climate change and air pollution, and encourage health professionals to look for environmentally friendly
Case studies from 2016/17 onwards from eight medical and health professional schools in the UK, Brazil and USA.
2 papers published in the Future Healthcare Journal put forward a simple approach for incorporating sustainability into mainstream QI methodologies: the ‘SusQI’ framework.&n
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