Opportunity for Practice Staff in Coventry and Warwickshire ICB,
Birmingham and Solihull ICB, and South Yorkshire ICB to take part
in a brief 5-minute online survey about how their practice is (or
isn’t) taking actions towards a Net Zero NHS.
Climate change poses an immediate, growing threat to health. Action is needed across the
health service if the NHS is to achieve its ‘Net Zero’ goal by 2040.
The GPNET-0 Study, funded by the funded by the National Institute for Health and Care
Research (NIHR), is investigating how general practice is implementing decarbonisation
actions to make recommendations on how to accelerate their implementation and
If you work in a general practice in Coventry and Warwickshire ICB, Birmingham and
Solihull ICB, and South Yorkshire ICB, please consider completing a brief 5-minute
The research team want to hear your views, whether your general practice is or isn’t
currently taking actions to decarbonise at present. They are keen to receive responses from
a range of staff groups within your practice. Please ask your colleagues to participate.
The study has the support of Coventry and Warwickshire ICB, Birmingham and Solihull ICB,
and South Yorkshire ICB and has received HRA and Health and Care Research Wales
(RCRW) Approval (REC reference: 23/PR/1169).
Why take part?
There are other benefits from taking part:
• One tree will be planted for each practice that provides one or more responses
(through NHS Forest)
• By completing the survey, you can opt into a prize draw with the chance to win
one of five £50 vouchers.
• Your practice can opt into receiving a Certificate of Participation, in
recognition of support of the GPNET-0 Study and the tree that will be planted on
behalf of the practice.
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