In the market lounge the sessions will be more intimate and personal than a parallel session, and we offer you three sessions with a maximum of 10 participants.
You will hear a 15 minute presentation from a single presenter, immediately followed by a 10 minute discussion with the speaker and the other 10 participants. Discussing in smaller groups will give you an opportunity for a more detailed conversation with great networking opportunities.
Once you have concluded your first session, participants will move on to their next table and hear a further two more presentations in the same format.
With a faster pace than a parallel session, the market lounge encourages brevity/efficient dialogue and gives you initial contact with key players and interested parties.
CleanMed Europe staff will be on hand to help run the session.
T1 - Driving for near to zero, energy hospitals, Matthew Bacon
T2 - Transforming Prenatal Care for Healthier Babies, Alexandra Destler
T3 - UNDP tool for Healthcare Procurement and the Compliance with International Environmental Conventions in Chemicals, Ignacio Sanchez Diaz
T4 - Supply Chain Compliance Management, Siri Engesaeth
T5 - Health "á la carte": Education, integration and social responsibility, María Jesús Gonzalez Callejas
T6 - Ethical criteria in public procurement: The Swedish example and the work of International Working Group of Ethical Public Procurement Linda Scott Jakobsson
T7 The global relevance of pharmaceuticals in the environment – a UBA database, Anette Küster
T8 - Operation TLC: Staff engagement for healing patient environments that don't waste energy, Chris Large
T9 - A new database with pharmaceuticals in the environment, Siv Martini
T10 - #medsdisposal – raising awareness on appropriate medicines disposal across disciplines, Tiia Metiäinen
T11 - Circular Economy: Collaborations to Recycle Plastic Waste in Healthcare, Sara Mewton
T12 - Presenting the Saving Lives Sustainably - Online Knowledge-Hub on Good Practices in Sustainable Health Procurement and Manufacturing, Mirjana Milic
T13 - Reduction of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) through intervention in healthcare wastewater management: improving the environment-human-health cycle, Ole Pahl
T14 - Protecting Patients from Air Pollution. Building advice in to the patient care pathway, and advocating for lower pollution, Natasha Parker
T15 - Ethical Procurement For Health; a practical guide for public authorities, Arthy Santhakumar
T16 - Breaking bad: Are pharmacists and pharmacy technicians sustainable practitioners? Judith Singleton
T17 - How hospitals around the world are are responding to climate change: mitigating their contribution, enhancing their resilience and being advocates for change in their communities, Scott Slotterback
T18 - Asset sharing: Reinventing management of equipment, stock, facilities and knowledge, Lieke van Kerkhoven
T19 - Choice of treatment impacts the climate, Kirsten Walter
T20 - Reducing food waste through sustainable procurement: stories from the healthcare sector, Grazia Cioci & Paola Hernandez
T21 - Using carbon data to communicate, Sonia Roschnik
T22: On the base of a Clinical Environmental Medicine, a new complex scientific approach is needed in order to optimise current risk-assessment and management, Peter Ohnsorge
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