Join Dr James Smith on Tuesday 12th October for a conversation about Zero Carbon General Practice; What does it mean? Why does it matter? What is it to do with us?
James is a local GP and Assistant Director of Public Health Studies at Cambridge University. He has worked on climate change and sustainable healthcare for over a decade including for the NHS Sustainable Development Unit and Public Health England. He is a member of NHSEI national inhaler working group and the Sustainability Lead for RCGP East Anglia. He is also a Cambridge Zero David Mackay Research Associate at Darwin College where he is examining how the NHS could rapidly transform to meet environmental goals.
In this session after a brief introduction describing how climate change relates to general practice we will have an open conversation discussing what this means for us as individuals and a profession. We hope this session will be a chance to learn from each other, share our concerns and hopes for the future, and take a little time to consider our own actions in relation to this issue.