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Green Impact is a sustainability accreditation scheme with an audit and awards element designed specifically for dental practices.
The Centre for Sustainable Healthcare, with funding from Health Education England, has developed a free-to-access Guide for improving the sustainability of a dental practice.
Case studies from 2016/17 onwards from eight medical and health professional schools in the UK, Brazil and USA.
2 papers published in the Future Healthcare Journal put forward a simple approach for incorporating sustainability into mainstream QI methodologies: the ‘SusQI’ framework.&n
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 framework has been developed as a practical tool for service development or commissioning of sustainable mental health services.
This video outlines the process of developing a health professions curriculum on environmental sustainability and health in the United States.
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
Interested in Sustainable dentistry and how to make your clinical practice more eco and patient friendly as well as make cost savings?
Nephrologist, Charlie Tomson, gives an overview of the challenge of reducing carbon in the NHS and potential solutions - from energy and waste reduction to Sustainable Care Pathways.
If you are wondering what sustainability means for mental health care, take a look at this short 3-minute film.
A short video introducing the Centre for Sustainable Healthcare's work in supporting clinical specialties to improve sustainability.
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 nationa
This document has a set of case studies from UK medical schools that have been trying out ways of teaching medical students about the links between climate, sustainability and health. Most of
These resources have been developed to show how the current public health curriculum at Oxford medical school may be linked to the priority learning objectives in sustainable healthcare.