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Article by Janet M. Craik
Article by Janet M. Craik
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 article by CSH's Sustainable Surgery Fellow, Chantelle Rizan, and co-authors, provides greenhouse gas emission factors for the different healthcare waste streams in the UK.
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 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
Slides from workshop at 2017 annual RCOT conference (session 67).
Poster from the COT Annual Conference 2016, exploring the World Federation of Occupational Therapists forthcoming 'Sustainability Matters' document.
This poster from the COT Annual Conference 2014 explores two Recovery Support Centres in Sussex, Bluebell House in Burgess Hill and the Lighthouse in Hove.
This poster exploring the COT briefing paper on sustainable development was shown at the 2014 COT Annual Conference in Brighton.
An occupational therapists blog promoting the benefits of compassion for self, others and the natural world.
This is an interactive poster about a transdisciplinary and sustainability project in which I am involved - the Aquaponics Garden at the Basin View Masonic Village. This pr
The garden project offers a treatment programme which is available to adults with learning disabilities and challenging behaviours currently undergoing assessment and treatment within a restricted
Slides from our seminar at the 2013 COT Annual Conference exploring opportunities for actively developing sustainable occupational therapy practice through the WFOT position statement on
Slides from our presentation at the COT Annual Conference 2013 exploring how occupational therapists can get involved in the NHS Forest project and the benefits to health and wellbeing of engaging
Poster displayed at the 2013 annual COT conference. It was developed from second year contemporary placement in a Community Development setting by two students based at Coventry University.