Keele case-based teaching resources

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 permission to be shared though the SHE network to support sustainable healthcare education elsewhere.

Dr. Cliff Shelton, Keele University Medical School
September, 2018
Wednesday 3rd October 2012

I will be pitching patient resilience on the "Dangerous Ideas Soapbox" at this year's SAPC Conference.  Each speaker will have 10 minutes to spark the interest and backing of the audience before a final vote to decide the ‘winner’ – who will be invited to publish their idea in the SAPC pages in Primary Health Care Research & Development and on the website. Thought SHE members might be interested - see below for my submission…

Friday 25th June 2010

Activists attending this year's conference will learn about sustainability, health and how to "green" a hospital ward.

Friday 24th September 2010

Registrations have opened for this one-day event to celebrate and build upon the achievements of the Green Nephrology project in 2009-10.

Tuesday 16th March 2010

 The Royal College of Psychiatrists, in partnership with the Campaign for Greener Healthcare, is organising a national summit on the opportunities and challenges of a sustainable future for mental health services. Senior clinicians and policy makers will be invited to explore the low-carbon future of healthcare, and the transformation of mental health services for sustainability, patient experience and cost efficiency.

Monday 1st March 2010

 The British Heart Foundation and the Campaign for Greener Healthcare are hosting a joint meeting to explore the opportunities and challenges of carbon reduction to further public health and improve cardiac care.

Thursday 12th November 2009

Following on from the success of last year’s event, this year the LHA are doubling the capacity - bringing more opportunities to network, to see and share best practice, win an award, and bring time and cost benefits to your organisation.

Tuesday 16th June 2009

The Association of Anaesthetists of Great Britain and Ireland (AAGBI) welcomes the publication of the NHS Carbon Reduction Strategy, and is delighted to be able to offer a new seminar on ‘The Anaesthetist and the Environment’ organised by Professor Sneyd which will address this increasingly important topic. The seminar brings together a number of world-class speakers and experts in the field.

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