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    Watch Online: Webinar with Yale & NCSH

    Covid-19, Climate Change and Supply Chain Resiliency 

    On November 10th, the first webinar in a series of webinars and moderated discussions was arranged in a collaboration between Yale Program on Healthcare Environmental Sustainability and the Nordic Center for Sustainable Healthcare.

    This series of webinars will cover a range of topics on healthcare sustainability, drawing on expertise from the US, the Nordic countries, and beyond. This first webinar is now available to watch on NCSH's youtube channel. 

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    About the webinar

    The Covid-19 pandemic has exposed vulnerabilities in the global healthcare supply chain. Supply chain shocks stem from both interruptions in manufacturing and transport, and surges in demand for drugs and materials greatly exceeding supply capacity. The urgent adaptation to the COVID-19 pandemic presents opportunities for establishing a more robust and resilient supply chain, with lessons drawn from the sustainable healthcare movement to address both mitigation and adaptation to climate change. This first webinar in our series offers insights from healthcare leaders, for clinicians, healthcare administrators, business leaders and regulators, intent on building a sustainable healthcare system.

    Speakers

    Rosemary Kumwenda, MD, MPH

    United Nations Development Program; Sustainable Procurement in Healthcare Coordinator

    Lessons from sustainable procurement in the health sector: challenges & opportunities

    Patrick Kenney, MD

    Associate Professor of Urology, Yale School of Medicine;

    Medical Director of Corporate Supply Chain, Yale New Haven Health System;

    Founder and Chair, Supply Chain Physician Collaboration, Large Integrated Delivery Network

    Covid-19, physicians & supplies: Inability to supply PPE is not the true supply chain crisis

    Benn Lawson, PhD, MCIPS

    Associate Professor of Operations Management, Judge Business School, University of Cambridge

    Design and management of a resilient supply chain

    Ornella Benedettini, PhD, ING-IND

    Visiting Research Fellow, Judge Business School, University of Cambridge

    The servitization business model: From products to use-oriented services

    Andreas Hagnell

    Senior Adviser, Environment & Energy Dept. for Growth and Community Development,

    Swedish Association of Local Authorities and Regions

    Carbon disclosure in Swedish healthcare: How to include the scope 3 emissions

    Adam Robinson, BS

    Former Chairperson, Association of Medical Devices Reprocessors

    Regional Director, HoverTech International

    The reprocessing industry and the impact of Covid-19 on the reverse supply chain

    Moderators

    Jodi Sherman, MD

    Associate Professor of Anesthesiology and Epidemiology in Environmental Health Sciences, Yale University

    Director, Program in Healthcare Environmental Sustainability, Yale University

    Daniel Eriksson, MSc

    Founder / CEO, Nordic Center for Sustainable Healthcare

    Joe Bialowitz, MSc

    Director, Sustainability Solutions, ENGIE Impact


    This webinar was arranged as part of a project funded by the Swedish Energy Agency and Nordic Innovation.

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