E1 | Sustainable healthcare leadership and management

Presentation: Sustainability management – How to decrease the environmental impact and strengthen human rights in health care organization’s and in their supplier chain

Speaker: Charlotta Brask, Sustainability Director - Stockholm County Council

Charlotta Brask is the Head of the Sustainability Department at the Stockholm County Council. She has worked with sustainability issues within the health and public transport sector for nearly 15 years and has got a Master’s degree in analytical chemistry from Lund University. In her role, Charlotta is responsible for overall and strategic environmental and social sustainability issues as well as for the process of monitoring economic sustainability. She is also part of the Treasury Department’s work on green bond emissions and impact reporting, as well as focusing on new business contacts with the county council, working with banks and financiers. She is passionate about the county council being able to offer the inhabitants of Stockholm health and dental care as well as public transportation in a sustainable way.


Presentation: Green Health Leader's Initiative in Canada

Speaker: Neil Ritchie, Lead, Green Health Leader's Initiative - Canadian Coalition for Green Health Care

Neil has a background as a Senior Health Services Executive who uses his leadership skills to enable change in health organizations and to impact health and the environment. Neil has worked as a senior executive in large, multi-site academic teaching centres, regional health authorities and community hospitals in Canada. He leads the Green Health Leader's Initiative on behalf of the Canadian Coalition for Green Health Care. He has led a number of national presentations but also sits on the Advisory Committee of the Common Roots Urban Farm, a social enterprise of the Nova Scotia Health Authority. He holds a Bachelor of Science Degree from Dalhousie University and a Masters in Health Services Administration from the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Alberta.


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In an effort to reduce our paper consumption we are providing participants with smaller and more compact programmes that will be printed on reusable notebooks so participants can continue to use them after the conference.
As part of our efforts to make CleanMed Europe as sustainable and carbon neutral as possible, this year we are happy to provide participants with the opportunity to borrow a bike at no additional cost!
Co-Director of TEM, and founder of The Nordic Center for Sustainable Healthcare, Daniel Eriksson has attended several CleanMed Europe conferences and was even part of the organisational team for the 2012 edition in Malmö. We asked him a few questions about his CleanMed Europe experience...

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