Demonstrating professionalism through approach, behaviour and attitudes of Realistic MedicineView resource
All services aim to deliver the best quality of care within the resources available. This has always been a challenge and will become increasingly so as costs escalate, scarce resources diminish and weather patterns become more unpredictable. To be prepared for changing times, climates and events it is becoming increasingly important to consider the environmental and social impact of how our services are delivered.
An active public health network incorporating a wide range of partners, will maximise health and equity by addressing the urgent challenges of climate change and environmental sustainability, working collaboratively to lead, innovate and motivate change across NHS systems.View resource
These resources aim to support specialty registrars and their educational supervisors in meeting Faculty of Public Health learning outcomes, especially KA 5.7View resource