E2 | Towards more sustainable care pathways

Presentation: Appraising the Sustainability of Care Pathways

Speaker: Michael Collins, Technical Director - Environmental Resources Management

Michael Collins is a Technical Director in ERM's Product Sustainability Services practice. He has 20 years’ experience in the field.  Michael is an expert in life cycle assessment (LCA) and supply chain GHG management and was a primary author of the Care Pathways: Guidance on Appraising Sustainability, and the GHG Protocol Product Life Cycle Accounting and Reporting Standard: Sector Guidance for Pharmaceutical and Medical Device Products.  He has been supporting the work of the Sustainable Healthcare Coalition since 2012 and has worked on a broad range of sustainability issues within the healthcare sector.


Presentation: Sustainable Care Pathway Analysis: Total Knee Replacement Case Study  

Speaker: Dominika Domanska, Manager Sustainability - Johnson & Johnson

Dominika Domanska has been with Johnson & Johnson for 5 years and is responsible for customer engagement and external alliances focusing on sustainability. Prior to her current role she has been working for a Brussels-based Public Affairs Consultancy and Advised Multinationals on health and environmental issues. She is the chairman of the Environmental & Sustainability Committee at MedTech Europe which aims to demonstrate industry’s commitment to Sustainable Healthcare. Dominika holds a Master of Science degree in Politics and Communications from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) and a Master in International Relations from the University of Warsaw.


Presentation: The Carbon Footprint of the Clinical Care Pathway for Elective Cardioversion

Speaker: Dr. JM Tom Pierce, Cardiac Anaesthetist - University Hospital Southampton

Environmental Adviser Royal College of Anaesthetists UK, Dr. JM Tom Pierce is involved with national initiatives in UK relating to perioperative medicine and care pathways. Published on a wide range of subjects relating to the environmental impact of anaesthesia.


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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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