Sustainability in Medicine | Oct. 28
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Join us for a discussion on how environmental changes impact public health and why new strategies are critical to achieving better population health and reducing the carbon footprint of the healthcare sector.
Recognizing the linkage between environmental health and public health, Mayo Clinic is committed to fiscally responsible environment protection practices to benefit the health of its patients, staff, and communities.
In this session, leaders from Mayo Clinic will share their outlook on an emergence of sustainable practices in medicine, and several of the innovative sustainability efforts Mayo has adopted in its own operations across the United States.
• John Dillon, M.D., Medical Director, Mayo Clinic Dialysis Services and Chair, Mayo Clinic Green Committee
• Amanda Holloway, Director, Mayo Clinic Office of Sustainability
This special, pre-UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26) discussion on sustainability in healthcare is open to all. Register in advance to attend via Zoom.