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RCN resources to use in your workplace to raise awareness of appropriate glove use - these include a poster, a leaflet and a selfie board.
Our article published today! "The contribution of anaesthesia to the environmental impact of healthcare is significant and visible, but amenable to change.
Green Impact is a sustainability accreditation scheme with an audit and awards element designed specifically for dental practices.
The Centre for Sustainable Healthcare in partnership with Health Education England is hosting a webinar series to launch our how-to g
Practice Greenhealth is an American organisation working to promote sustainable, eco-friendly practices in healthcare h
One way of reducing waste in theatre is to think about the surgical instruments we use (or open and don’t use!).
An example of how surgeons can help reduce carbon emissions outside of theatres too!
The Centre for Sustainable Healthcare, with funding from Health Education England, has developed a free-to-access Guide for improving the sustainability of a dental practice.
The University of Brighton School of Health Sciences hosts a sustainability conference every year. Videos and slides from previous events are available here:
The Royal College of Physicians published a new report 'Outpatients: the future – adding value through sustainability' which seeks to re-evaluate the purpose of outpatient care and align those obje
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
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
This is the most recent carbon/natural resources footprint of health and social care in England, based on 2017 data.
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
CSH’s report ‘Carbon modelling within dentistry: towards a sustainable future’ commissioned by Public Health England has now been published.