Welcome to the second in a series of BMJ blogs on sustainable healthcare that will look at health, sustainability, and the in
Welcome to a new series of blogs on sustainable healthcare that will look at health, sustainability and the interplay between the two.
Academic and professional health bodies have expressed concern that climate change, in its direct and indirect effects, will pose the greatest health risk of the 21st century.
When we asked whom Ed worked with in the Department of Health his honest reply was that Health was not a department that he frequently links with because there are so many others.
The Centre's Sustainable Respiratory Care group will lead research on why the UK continues to use inhalers with a much higher carbon footprint than other European countries.
A carbon footprint study of a UK renal service published in the Quarterly Journal of Medicinethis month confirms the importance of tackling supply chain emissions, revealing that the procurement of
The conversation in green nephrology has changed.
A one-day national summit ‘Mental health services 2020- High quality, low carbon’ was jointly organised by the Campaign for Greener Health Care and the Royal College of Psychiatrists.
Senior NHS cancer clinicians and managers have pledged to reduce carbon emissions and work towards sustainable cancer services.