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A resource created by a group of GPs, medical students and others to engage the primary care community towards Greener Practice: actions that improve the health of both people and planet.
This is a recording of the AHP Sustainability webinar from June 18th 2020, part of the National Allied Health Professions fornightly webinar series.
This toolkit gives you everything you need for a 1 minute, 5 minute and even more minute conversation, complete with step-by-step guides, behavioural change insights and all the evidence to back it
This patient- and clinician-facing website gives guidance on choosing inhalers with lower environmental impact - something which is now included in the BTS asthma guidelines.
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.
This is an information tool to help people with asthma and their healthcare professionals discuss their options for inhaler devices.
This report examines how embedding public health within local authorities has impacted upon work to reduce carbon emissions and protect areas vulnerable to the effects of climate change. The
Documents wihch aid End oF Life Planning
So you think Sustainability is important. You want to make a difference. But you are thinking to yourself, where do I start? How do I do this?
This is a really good checklist for you to try and reduce the carbon footprint of the practice. I found it on the resource page for the NHS Sustainability Day.
Sustainability is a bit of a buzzword. But what does it actually mean? And what has it got to do with healthcare?