School of Health Sciences
Sustainability means meeting our current needs without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.
As a result the School of Health Sciences (SHS) is committed to:
- achieving sustainable working practices
- delivering education about sustainability in healthcare
- supporting research into sustainability in healthcare
- encouraging staff and students to be responsible for sustainability within their professional practice
For further details on this commitment see our strategy
Sustainability in Wellness
and Health Symposium
10th June 2015
Details and booking form
Sustainability Specialist Interest Group (SIG)
The SIG aims to establish sustainability within the School informing its activities of learning, research and partnerships. The SIG will also foster and maintain links with the Centre for health research to support research into sustainability in the health and social care settings. Current research activity is related to the following research areas:
- Wellbeing, health and inequalities research
- Professional competence
If you would like to join the SIG or you just have a query or comment for the group email firstname.lastname@example.org
SIG Updates - December 2014
The proposal for the SIG was accepted on 28/11/14.
Learning and teaching
- The SHS undergraduate curriculums are being mapped for sustainability provision
- H. Baid is submitting ethics approval for sustainability related research
- The group are organising a symposium on 10th June 2015 – ‘Sustainability in Wellness and Health’ and have put out a call for papers.
The next SIG forum 22/01/14 12:30 Westlain 361