The Laycock Centre, Islington, London, Greater London, N1 1TH, United Kingdom
The Sustainable Healthcare Education Network will be running a one day masterclass designed for health professional educators and students to develop skills for integrating planetary health and sustainable healthcare into existing curricula and teaching. The focus is on the constraints of the undergraduate medical course but the perspectives and techniques are equally applicable to all health professions and to the postgraduate level.
Interested in becoming a SHE representative for your university? We are looking for students and staff to join our growing network. This resource is a breakdown of what the role involves and what we are aiming to achieve.
Background: Global environmental change is associated with significant health threats. The medical profession can address this challenge through advocacy, health system adaptation and workforce preparedness.
The priority learning outcomes for environmental sustainability in medical education were developed in response to a request from the General Medical Council and refined through a two-stage national consultation, involving medical educators, clinicians and students, and are now referenced from th