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Waking up to Climate Change

By June 15, 2017January 26th, 2021Member News & Updates

Thursday 5th October 2017, 9am – 5pm

Royal Devon & Exeter Hospital (Wonford), Barrack Road, Exeter, EX2 5DW

Keynote speaker:

Professor Michael H Depledge, Chair of Environment and Human Health

The European Centre for Environment and Human Health, University of Exeter Medical School.

BOOK NOW – www.exeter.ac.uk/medicine/cpd

What is climate change? What is causing it? Why is it now an urgent issue for us all? As one of the world’s leading health services, planetary scale climate change is something the NHS cannot choose to ignore. Join us on a journey to explore the complexities of climate science and intricacies of global connectedness. Hear how our NHS is responding. Understand why we must lead in integrating sustainable practices into all that we do. Join the discussion and help shape the conversation on how we build our sustainable NHS. This one day conference, organised by Dr Tim Malone, is a joint collaboration between the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital, the University of Exeter, Devon Local Nature Partnership, and the NHS England and Public Health England Sustainability and Health Ambassadors for Devon. For a full programme for the day (including speakers, workshop themes and facilitators) visit www.exeter.ac.uk/medicine/cpd

Topics will include:

• What is climate change?

• Climate change and human health

• How is the NHS responding locally,

regionally and nationally?

• Teaching sustainable practice in nursing

• The wider role of nature in health

and disease

• Climate change, conflict and

global security

 

Cost:

• GPs, consultants, senior manager grade staff £120

• Doctors in training, SAS/Trust Grade doctors, junior manager grade, academic and research staff £60

• Nurses and allied health professionals £50

• NHS non-clinical/support staff £30

• Patients, carers, members of the public £40

• Students £20

For general enquiries:

email [email protected]

or call 01392 722964
 

Open to all. No specialist knowledge of climate science or sustainability required.

10% early bird discount if delegates book before July 15, 2017