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Increased walking and cycling in urban areas and reduced use of private cars could have positive effects on many health outcomes.
Presentation from the Cost Saving Strategies in Renal Medicine conference on 1 December 2011.
The EDTNA/ERCA and Fresenius Medical Care have produced this Handbook for going green in dialysis. "Fifteen experts from 10 different countries have created the Guidelines over the past year.
A poster submitted to the ASME conference on global health, which looks at how using the topic of sustainable development can help illustrate key concepts in public helath to medical students in a
This themed issue of JHH is free to access online; it includes articles by members of the SHE network on medical education and on the concept of resilience.
We ran a 5 week SSC for medical students May - June 2011.
Dissertation by Caroline Tomes, reading for MPhil in Public Health, University of Cambridge 2010-11. (Thesis supervised by Stefi Barna, University of East Anglia)
This second year SSC allowed students to form groups and work on a project to communicate health and sustainability issues to a specific population of their choice.
Poster presented at the British Renal Society/ Renal Association 2001.
The Institute for Government held a policy reunion of the key players that were involved in policies to reduce tobacco use in England, which lead to the enactment of the ban on smoking in public pl
The BAOT Sustainable Practice Local Group (South East Region) meets at 6pm on the first Tuesday of each month at Brighton Peace and Environment Centre, 39-41 Surrey St
Results from the 2010 local Green Nephrology representatives survey: In full (although comments have been summarised) and as a single page summary for circulation and display. Also a ppt.
Videos of presentations given at a meeting on the role of telemedicine in sustainable healthcare, hosted by the Nephrology Section, Royal Society of Medicine and the Centre for Sustainable Healthca