Sustainability in nursing and midwifery

Sustainability means meeting our current needs without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. 

As a result the School of Nursing and Midwifery (SNM) is committed to:

  • achieving sustainable working practices
  • delivering education about sustainability in healthcare
  • supporting research into sustainability in healthcare
  • encouraging staff and students to be responsible for sustainability within their professional practice

For further details on this commitment see our strategy

SNM Sustainability Group

The aim of this group is to exchange ideas and implement actions related to sustainability.  The group is made up of staff and students from all the campuses and health professions.  If you would like to join or you just have a query or comment for the group email snm-sustainability@brighton.ac.uk

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SNM Sustainability Group

Terms of Reference

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TRAID

Have you spotted the Traid Banks on Falmer campus? Together with TRAID you can stop your clothes going into landfill.  Instead your clothes will be recycled into new designs which can then be sold to fund development projects.



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