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Open lecture - What can we do about the climate impact of the Health care sector?, Act!Sustainable


The lecture is part of the University of Gothenburg and Chalmers Sustainability Week and is for students, teachers and/or researchers at Sahlgrenska Academy, VGR employees and the general public.

Representatives of the Center for Sustainable Health Care, who are world leaders in this area, introduce how health and climate change are linked. They provide concrete examples of how health care can reduce the climate impact, for example, through the exchange of materials, more effective communication between healthcare units, and how medical education can be evaluated sustainable.

Register your participation at this link

Participation is limited to 150 participants.

The lecture will be conducted in English.

The Center for Sustainable Health Care ( is a British foundation, started in 2008 by researchers Sir Muir Gray (University of Oxford) and Prof. Rachel Stancliffe (London School of Economics). They have assignments for the British NHS and have developed sustainability solutions for different parts of health care as well as educational models for medical education. Their various works have been published in The Lancet (Publication list here:

Lecturer: Prof. Rachel Stancliffe, Dr. Frances Mortimer

Date: 11/5/2019

Time: 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Categories: Research

Organizer: Sahlgrenska akademins nätverk för integrering av hållbar utveckling i utbildning

Location: Academicum, Medicinaregatan 3
lecture hall Arvid Carlsson

Contact person: Gunilla Priebe

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