Training Sustainable Healthcare: An Introduction
This training is arranged in English. If you prefer to participate in a training in Swedish, contact us at
This half-day training provides you with knowledge and insights into how to work with sustainability, the environment and corporate social responsibility in healthcare. If you are a member in NCSH, or if you are a healthcare worker from Sweden or Poland, you attend completely free of charge (for others, the cost is 250 EUR excl. VAT).
The training will give you an understanding of how to develop sustainable healthcare, from organisation to environmental legislation. Sustainable healthcare includes everything from reducing emissions from pharmaceuticals into the environment, to energy efficiency in hospital buildings.
You will get an introduction to topics like waste, transportation, chemicals and other crucial environmental issues for increased sustainability work in healthcare. If you participate as a consultant or supplier to the healthcare sector, you will gain awareness of the opportunities and obstacles that exist.
As a participant you will have the opportunity of addressing issues related to your area of work and responsibility. After the training, you will have gained a deeper knowledge of the sustainability challenges in healthcare and how to address them.
Date: 19 June 2023
Time: 11.00–15.00 CET
Location: (Hybrid) Zoom or on-site at our Malmö office (Södra Promenaden 51). Do you wish to participate on-site? Send an email to Felicia Hedetoft (
Cost: Free of charge for all NCSH members and for healthcare workers from Sweden and Poland. Others: 250 EUR excl. VAT.
This introductory training is part of the project Circle Health. The training will be fundamental for defining the topics and content within the toolkit for increasing competencies and green skills of healthcare workers.
Circle Health is funded by Erasmus +.
Funded by the European Union. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or the European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA). Neither the European Union nor EACEA can be held responsible for them.
- Environmental representatives, environmental coordinators, environmental managers, senior executives and other employees in private and public healthcare
- Providers of healthcare that need a greater insight into the working methods of healthcare, the focus areas and challenges
- Consultants, lawyers and accountants that work with sustainability and have healthcare as a customer
Daniel is the CEO at the TEM Foundation in Malmö and has worked with sustainability issues in healthcare for over 20 years. He is the founder of Nordic Center for Sustainable Healthcare and has served on several international boards focused on sustainable healthcare. Daniel has trained thousands of managers, environmental representatives and employees in sustainable healthcare and has worked with a large number of hospitals and regions, both national and international. He has also worked with Swedish export of environmental technology and has done audits in healthcare with focus on legislative compliance and ISO 14001.