Wednesday 3rd October 2018
The Jam Factory, Hollybush Row, Oxford, OX1 1HU, United Kingdom

The Centre for Sustainable Healthcare is offering an interactive one-day course for up to 20 health professionals, students and educators on the inclusion of sustainability in quality improvement.

Sustainability has been recognised by the Royal College of Physicians as a domain of quality in healthcare, extending the responsibility of health services to patients not just of today but of the future. As a domain of quality, it follows that sustainability should be explicitly addressed in the course of ‘quality improvement’ activities. But how?

Tuesday 2nd October 2018
The Jam Factory, Hollybush Row, Oxford, OX1 1HU, United Kingdom

The Centre for Sustainable Healthcare is offering an interactive one-day course for up to 20 public health and other health professionals and trainees to develop leadership skills for environmental sustainability within and outside the health and care sector.

The Faculty of Public Health has accredited this activity up to 5 CPD credits. 

Background:

Sustainability in Quality improvement - 2 articles

2 papers published in the Future Healthcare Journal put forward a simple approach for incorporating sustainability into mainstream QI methodologies: the ‘SusQI’ framework. 

Mortimer F, Isherwood J, Wilkinson A, Pearce M, Kenward C, Vaux E. Future Healthcare Journal, 2018
June, 2018
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