Sustainable Healthcare Webinar 1: Climate Change and Healthcare (recording)
2 February 2024
We are delighted to be collaborating with the Centre of Sustainable Healthcare on a series of three free hour-long webinars designed to enlighten, educate and equip nurses working in the community with the skills and knowledge to understand the climate crisis, how it relates to healthcare and provide them with the practical methods and examples of applying sustainability through quality improvement.
Webinar 1: Climate Change and Healthcare
Discover the critical connection between our changing environment and its impact on public health. Explore the “Delivering Net Zero” report, Green Plans, and how this affects people working in the community.
Other webinars in the series
‘Sustainability in Quality Improvement’ on 27 February, 2-3pm, book your free place here.
‘Sustainable Healthcare in Practice, 21 March, 2-3pm, book your free place here.
- Dr Ayoma Ratnappuli, Education Fellow
Ayoma is an HIV/Genitourinary Medicine specialist registrar who has taken a year out of training to take up the post of Sustainable Quality Improvement Education Fellow 2023-24 at the Centre for Sustainable Health. Ayoma will be working alongside the team to embed and spread SusQI (Sustainability in Quality Improvement) into undergraduate and postgraduate education.
- Siobhan Parslow-Williams, QI Education Lead
Siobhan leads a national project to integrate sustainability into quality improvement healthcare education. She is a registered nurse with a background in emergency nursing, primary care, clinical research delivery, management, and teaching. Siobhan graduated from the NIHR Advanced Leadership Programme in 2019. She is the founder of the grass-roots movement Parents for Future in Norwich and also co-founded Eco Action Families.