A book on sustainability and the conservation of resources in hospitals containing contributions from C. Nickl-Weller, H. Nickl and S. Matthys.
The path to sustainable hospitals – status, perspectives, fields of action, digitalisation and decarbonisation –
these are the major challenges facing our society and increasingly also medicine. While the digital transformation is coming more and more into focus, the whole issue of sustainability in medicine and especially in hospitals is still significantly underdeveloped.
This book presents the issue of sustainability in all its complexity with a focus on hospitals. The book not only describes the current status of central fields of action, it is also a compendium, guidebook, encourager and pioneer of sustainable medicine, which can only fully achieve its original goal of helping people and serving people by assuming social responsibility. It is for sure that in this day and age thinking and acting sustainably – also and explicitly in the health care and hospital sector – is indispensable to protect our natural basis of life.
The editors of this book are convinced that medicine can fulfil its core task not only more intelligently and humanely, but also in a more environmentally compatible way.
See for yourself. The book is available in print and as an e-book.
Publisher: Medizinisch Wissenschaftliche Verlagsgesellschaft
German; 292 pages
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