Early bird tickets open! Greening the Healthcare Sector Forum 2023
We’re thrilled to announce that early bird registrations are now open for Greening the Healthcare Sector Forum!
In person tickets include catering and offsets for the carbon emissions associated with the forum. For organisations that wish to stream the event for staff at their own venue, there is an option for online group admission.
Early bird tickets close COB on 13 June. Buy now!
At CHA we are seeing rising concern across the children’s healthcare sector about the negative impacts of climate change on the health and wellbeing of today’s children & young people in their lifetimes. It is important that we ensure that the clinical care provided to children does not impact the health & wellbeing of the environment in which they live.
The forum will be take place on 14-15 September, in-person at the Fiona Stanley Hospital, and online. The forum will provide opportunities for connection, knowledge sharing, learning and upskilling for all attendees. A related tour will be run on Thursday afternoon and a social event on Friday afternoon will occur at the conclusion of the formal forum program.
The theme of this year’s forum is “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 will be 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, will share their expertise on current research, policy, industry innovations and practical examples of sustainable healthcare in action.
Find additional event details by visiting the CAHA website or by clicking on the link below.