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Sustainability in Nursing
Benny Goodman
Steps to sustainability heaven
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Explore the concepts
Develop a sustainability lens
Reframe as a health issue
Clarify curriculum goals
Interpret the NMC standards
Interpret current LO’s and Module aims
Implement, Discuss Challenge
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Sustainability with Plymouth University
4 Curriculum Goals
Instrumentalism
NHS SDU - Health and well-being.
Fit for purpose - workforce development
Progressivism
Liberal
Humanism
Health and wellbeing,
Environmental
Ethics
Social
Reconstructivism
Personal sustainability practices
Critiques of GDP
Transition Towns
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Curriculum?
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Climate Change Act (2008)
NHS Carbon Reduction Strategy (2009)
Climate justice and health impacts of
climate change
Global Citizenship
Barton and Grant's Health Map
Behaviour change technologies, e.g.
social marketing
Health co-benefits of low carbon living:
e.g. active travel,
Low carbon care pathways, e.g. using the
‘principles of sustainable clinical
practice’: prevention, self-care, lean
systems, low carbon treatments
(Mortimer 2010).
‘5 to survive’ Royal College of Nursing
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Professional, Statutory and
Regulatory Body requirements?
The UK Nursing and Midwifery Council sets out
four domains of competency:
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professional values
communication and interpersonal skills
nursing practice and decision-making
leadership, management and team working
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First year UG module
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Core Concepts of Health
Barton and Grant’s health map
Social Determinants of Health
NEF’s 5 ways to well being.
BioPsychoSocial model of health
Introduction to public health ‘upstream’
measures.
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Year Two UG
• Clinical skills sessions on waste management.
• The development of the Sustainability and Health
Scenario Teaching Pack is evidenced based and has
been shown to offer students and staff the
opportunity to raise awareness about resource
depletion and the cost of waste. This has enabled
mitigation and adaptation strategies to be developed
which directly address the identification of alternative
materials, more sustainable ways of working and how
to reduce costs through the effective management of
waste.
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Year 3 UG module
• Management for Quality Care
• Explore notion of leadership for sustainable
healthcare.
• Waste, Procurement, Travel, Food, Energy,
Drugs.
• Resource efficiency in a changing world –
sustainability does not have to be mentioned.
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Student and Wider Engagement
Sustainability with Plymouth University
Sustainability with Plymouth University
Steps to sustainability heaven
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Explore the concepts
Develop a sustainability lens
Reframe as a health issue
Clarify curriculum goals
Interpret the NMC standards
Interpret current LO’s and Module aims
Implement, Discuss Challenge
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A few resources
• Sowing Seeds. How to make your modules a bit more
sustainability oriented from the CSF
• Future Fit Framework from the HEA
• 7 Steps
• Health, Sustainability and Climate Change a
discussion
forum
• NHS SDU Fit-for-the-Future
• Sustainability in Higher Education Developers (SHED)
• Benny Goodman's papers on sustainability, climate change
and health
• A really short simple guide to health and sustainability
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Sterling, S. (2001) Sustainable Education – Revisioning
Learning and Change. Schumacher Briefings 6.Green Books,
Dartington.
Selby, D. (2007) As the heating happens: Education for
sustainable development or education for sustainable
contraction? Discourse, Power, Resistance Conference, Talking
Truth to power [online]
http://www.esri.mmu.ac.uk/dpr_07/abstracts_07/index.php
[online] accessed 24th May 2010.
Stibbe, A. (2009) A Handbook of Sustainability Literacy. Green
Books.
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Further reading
Griffiths J. et al (2009) The Health Practitioners Guide to Climate
change. Earthscan London
Goodman B. and Richardson J. Climate Change, Sustainability and
Health in United Kingdom Higher Education: The Challenges for
Nursing In: Jones P., Selby D., Sterling S (2010). Sustainability
Education: Perspectives and Practice Across Higher Education.
Earthscan. London
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Richardson J. and Wade M. Public health threats in a changing
climate in Kagawa F and Selby D (2010) Education and Climate
Change. Routledge. London
Goodman. B. (2011) The need for a ‘sustainability curriculum’ in
nurse education. Nurse Education Today. Nov 31(8):733-7
Richardson, J et al (2013) The use of evidence-informed
sustainability scenarios in the nursing curriculum: Development
and evaluation of teaching methods, Nurse Education Today
http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.nedt.2013.07.007
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Barna, S., Goodman, B., and Mortimer, F. (2012) The health
effects of climate change: What does a nurse need to know?
Nurse Education Today [online] June 2012
http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.nedt.2012.05.012
Goodman, B. (2013) Role of the nurse in addressing the health
effects of climate change . Nursing Standard. 27 (35) pp 49-56
Goodman, B., and East, L. (2013) The 'sustainability lens': A
framework for nurse education that is 'fit for the future. Nurse
Education Today
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