The ecological transition of health establishments, a citizen issue

[1] 400,000 people in France according to the Abbé-Pierre foundation.
[2] A large number of drinking water catchments are subject to diffuse pollution.
[3] Loss of activity due to the phenomena of hypoxia and anoxia, international climatic migrations, contestation of open water reserves intended for agriculture, etc.
[4] Since 2006, the European Union has banned the use of antibiotics to promote animal growth.
[5] “With nearly 8% of France’s greenhouse gas emissions, the health sector faces a double carbon constraint: it must reduce its greenhouse gas emissions and seek substitutes for fossil energy resources. whose availability is dwindling. In addition, it must at the same time manage the consequences of the degradation of ecosystems and climate crises on the health of populations”Shift Project report,
“Decarbonizing health for sustainable care”, 25/11/2021 – Update of April 18, 2023
[6] Like the reprocessing of single-use medical devices, also called reprocessingbanned in France
[7] And precisely systemic by covering subjects relating to research (academic and clinical in environmental health), care (via possible innovations) and education (by raising awareness and training professionals in the screening and detection of environmental damage to health).
[8] Among the six measures implemented in the short term, the HCLs have chosen to accelerate and strengthen
the deployment of regulation tools and revisiting the benchmarks to target “the right need” for energy consumption, while meeting a continuous safety requirement for patient care.
[9] Some establishments combine them with issues of collective promotion (collective commitment bonus).
[10] The question of population allocations could thus include indicators making it possible to focus on preventive actions carried out with regard to “at risk” patients, known to health establishments, more constructed and able to reduce the use of conventional care, which is often invasive and consuming.
resources (DMI, energy, consumables, operating theaters and sterilization, etc.).

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