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The University of Westminster has published an excellent explanatory document on social prescription.
Environmental change poses pressing challenges to public health and calls for profound and far-reaching changes to policy and practice across communities and health systems.
Background: Global environmental change is associated with significant health threats.
These slides were used to facilitate an evening talk and discussion with medical students at UNESP University in Brazil.
Sustainability has been recognised as a domain of quality in healthcare, and building it into quality improvement (QI) is a practical way to drive incremental change towards a more ethical, sustain
This video outlines the process of developing a health professions curriculum on environmental sustainability and health in the United States.
A useful resource about how to teach on social (including environmental) determinants of health.
See case study 6 in particular!
This half hour video looks at the health effects of climate change in six countries around the world. It is intended to help students in medicine, nursing and public health understand the con
The Royal Australasian College of Physicians (RACP) has released three new Climate Change and Health Position Statements, promoting policies to deliver the health benefits of climate action.
This clearly laid out, first level, detailing of the health effects of climate change makes an excellent learning resource or handout.
Slides from workshop at COT Annual Conference 2016.
New publication by Jane Maxwell and Grant Blashki!
Interested in Sustainable dentistry and how to make your clinical practice more eco and patient friendly as well as make cost savings?
These resources might be useful in teaching/learning about prescribing exercise within the clinical consultation - as part of high value, sustainable care
The 2015 Lancet Commission on Health and Climate Change maps out the impacts of climate change, and the necessary policy responses,
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This is a great blog by public health doctor, James Smith, which might make a useful discussion piece in education sessions