Come to our Greening the Healthcare Sector Forum
14-15 September 2023 on Whadjuk Noongar country (Perth)
This forum was proudly co-organised by the Climate and Health Alliance (CAHA), the Global Green and Healthy Hospitals Network (GGHH Pacific) and Western Australia Sustainable Development Unit (WA SDU), and hosted by South Metropolitan Health Service (SMHS).
The Forum took place on 14-15 September on Whadjuk Noongar country
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About the program
The theme of this year’s forum was “Empowering action for sustainable, climate resilient healthcare”. The world is striving for a low carbon, sustainable and climate resilient future – and healthcare delivery must change alongside it. It’s evident we need to act - but how do we actually drive the shifts in our healthcare system we need to bring about change? How do we engage our decision makers, suppliers, our colleagues and our patients in the process? How do we overcome barriers to progress?
Our forum focused on the ‘how’ – how do we empower action to deliver sustainable and climate resilient healthcare?
A diverse line-up of speakers, from healthcare, government, industry partners, academia and beyond, shared their expertise on current research, policy, industry innovations and practical examples of sustainable healthcare in action.
On Day 2 of the forum, attendees chose to attend one of four workshops, facilitated by experts and aimed at equipping you with practical knowledge and skills to drive sustainable healthcare. Read the workshop outlines.
At the conclusion of Day 2 of the forum, in person attendees were welcome to join on local tours. Read more about the tours.
Wondering who the winners of the Sustainable Healthcare Champion and People's Choice awards were? Find out here
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CAHA / GGHH Pacific is grateful to the WA Sustainable Development Unit for their incredible and ongoing contribution to this forum. We also thank South Metropolitan Health Service for hosting the forum.
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