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Workshop 1: Hospital readmissions
SusQI for primary and secondary care
These materials are designed to deliver a 1.5-3 hour interactive workshop on SusQI for healthcare professionals working in primary care and secondary care services. This content includes:
1) Slide Deck
Slide deck includes:
1) an introduction to environmental sustainability and sustainable healthcare
2) an overview of the SusQI framework including the sustainability principles
3) each stage of the SusQI process explained in detail
4) real-life case studies.
Within the Slide Deck, there are three activities which help to make this workshop interactive to enable learning. These activities are within the "Study the System" and "Design Improvement" stages of the SusQI 4-step process. Activity Three can be optional, depending on the teaching time you have available.
The activities include worksheets for students, as well as facilitator sheets for answers.
This activity helps learners think about carbon hotspots and environmental resources, and how to use a process map to study the system
Activity One sheet: environmental impacts (for learners)
Activity One sheet: environmental impacts (for facilitators/educators)
This activity helps learners think about how the social factors such as employment, housing or community invovlement might be affecting the health of their target population. This can help guide thinking about prevention, patient empowerment & self-care as tools for reducing healthcare activity.
Activity Two sheet: social determinants (for learners)
Activity Two sheet:_social determinants (for facilitators/educators)
This activity helps learners develop and prioritise their improvement ideas by considering the health, environmental and social impacts as well as practical feasibility.
Activity Three sheet: developing and prioritising improvement ideas (for learners)
Activity Three sheet: developing and prioritising improvement ideas (for facilitators/educators)
This activity helps learners to understand the process of carbon foot-printing by completion of a simple carbon foot-printing exercise. The exercise might be most appropriately completed by individuals rather than as a group.
Activity Four sheet: carbon foot-printing (for learners)
Activity Four sheet: carbon foot-printing (for facilitators/educators)
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