DesHealth project

Project Details

Description

The sustainable transition of our healthcare systems is a priority for human and planetary health. Goods and services cause over 70% of the health sector’s emissions. Hence, design and management skills are crucial from an environmental perspective. DesHealth brings together an experienced cross-sector partnership to develop, through systems-thinking methods, inter- disciplinary training tools addressed for students and young professionals. Partners will develop a blended Training Pro- gram with a specific agenda on sustainable design, sustainability management, and Systemic Design; and an Intensive Training Course to allow students to challenge with small-scale projects in an interdisciplinary environment.
Goals:
• To address the lack of interdisciplinary training tools on sustainable healthcare globally.
• To bridge the knowledge gap among diverse health stakeholders by fostering cross-disciplinary collaboration.
• To provide students and young professionals with the core skills to address a sustainable transition of the EU healthcare sector.

Funding

DesHealth is a European project that aims to foster education in design and management for Sustainable Healthcare. This project has received funding from the European Union’s Erasmus+ programme under grant agreement No. KA220-HED-FF63209B.
StatusActive
Effective start/end date1/12/2328/02/26

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