Durabilité environnementale

Comité du développement durable et du changement climatique

Le comité sur la durabilité et le changement climatique (SACC) a été fondé à l’automne 2019 et est devenu un comité de la Société d’Esculape en mars 2020. L’objectif du Comité est d’inspirer un changement au sein de la culture de la Faculté de médecine de l’Université d’Ottawa en faveur de pratiques plus durables et de réduction des déchets, et d’accroître la sensibilisation à la santé planétaire et à la justice climatique par le biais de nos quatre piliers de programme : (1) initiatives de la Société d’Esculape, (2) initiatives de la Faculté de médecine, (3) initiatives du corps étudiant, et (4) développement du programme d’études.

  • Sustainable Event Guidelines (stay tuned!)
  • Event Sustainability Feedback Form

  • Sustainable Facility Project 2020-2021
  • COVID Waste Reduction at RGN - PPE Recycling with Terracycle
  • RGN Feedback Form

  • SIM Website Development
  • Lecture Slides for Climate Change Initiative

  • Professor doing research within the CISSSO (email us for more details)
  • Project (related to the floods we had in 2019): Une évaluation sociosanitaire des inondations 2019, six mois plus tard : Optimiser les services de santé et l’intervention psychosociale post-désastre visant la résilience des collectivités aux extrêmes hydrométéorologiques

Health and Environment Adaptive Response Task Force (HEART) is a group within the Canadian Federation of Medical Students (CFMS) that was established in 2016 to help coordinate advocacy efforts among Canadian medical students regarding current issues in environmental health and climate change.

The Canadian Association of Physicians for the Environment (CAPE) and its sister organization, the Canadian Health and Environment Education and Research Foundation (CHEER) are the primary organizations for Canadian physicians to speak on environmental issues. While CAPE is focused on evidence-based advoacy initiatives, CHEER performs research, analyzes policies, and educates the public. CAPE and CHEER believe that "healthy people require a healthy planet".

The International Federation of Medical Students’ Associations (IFMSA)’s Recommendations for Sustainable and Climate-Friendly Meetings.

The Lancet Countdown: tracking progress on health and climate change is an international, multidisciplinary research collaboration between academic institutions and practitioners across the world. It follows on from the work of the 2015 Lancet Commission, which concluded that the response to climate change could be “the greatest global health opportunity of the 21st century”.

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