You are invited to attend the Sligo University Hospital and the Institute of Technology Sligo Sustainability Seminar 2017

 

 

Seminar Information Flyer – click here

To Register – click here

 

Registration closes on Wednesday 23rd August. Further information including a conference brochure will issue after this date. 

The seminar is also available as a WEBINAR for those who cannot attend in person (registration required)

 

For queries please contact the National Health Sustainability Office – nhso@hse.ie

 

 

10.00 am Welcome

Dr. John Bartlett, IT Sligo, Head of Research

Grainne McCann, Sligo University Hospital GM

 

Delivering Sustainability through Collaboration

Jim Murphy, National Health Sustainability Office

 

Becoming a Green Hospital Campus

Deirdre O’Carroll, An Taisce

 

Flying the Green Campus Flag in Cork

Aoife O’Connell, Cork University Hospital

 

NUIG – Sustainability: Learn, Live & Lead

Michelle O’Dowd Lohan, NUI Galway

 

Delivering Efficiency through EPC in the Health Service

Edel Wyse, CEF Ireland

 

Energy Efficiency at LYIT

Mary Daly, Letterkenny Institute of Technology

 

IT Sligo: Challenges for a 3rd Level Campus

Chair: Mel Gavin

 

SUH: Achieving a Hospital Green Campus Flag

Chair: Shane Campbell

 

4.00 pm Close

Sligo University Hospital registered to join the An Taisce Green Campus Programme in early December, becoming only the second hospital campus to register for the programme in the country after Cork University Hospital. Affiliated with NUI Galway (Medical Academy), Sligo University Hospital similar to other hospitals in the Saolta University Healthcare Group features a medical academy on site and a dedicated Green-Campus Committee of staff and students ready to take on the Green Campus programme and apply it to their site. The programme primarily aims to ensure that members of a campus community can engage in a meaningful way to enhance sustainability on their campus. Green Campus is designed to reward long term commitment to continuous improvement in sustainability from all its campus community members.