You already know CleanMed is the premier national conference for leaders in health care sustainability. But did you know you can create a schedule based on your own interests, passions, and expertise?
CleanMed’s continuing education opportunities and more than 60 sessions allow you to tailor a unique learning experience just for you. So plan now to join 1,000 colleagues and experts May 7-9 in the heart of Nashville.
Earn continuing education credits from ACCME, ACCO, ACHE, AHRMM, AIA, ANCC, CDR, and USGBC. Get the credits you deserve.
Hear hospital success stories on implementing sustainable procurement strategies. Engage with suppliers to address both sustainability and community equity goals.
From food to plastics and pharmaceuticals, hospitals and experts will share proven waste reduction and management strategies to save landfills and your bottom line.
You name it, doctors are addressing it: hospital extreme weather preparedness, protecting vulnerable patients, sustainable food systems, clinical sustainability initiatives, and more.
Hospitals are reducing hazardous chemicals and supporting healing environments while achieving cost savings, quality, and other procurement goals.
Environmental stewardship is much more likely to be successful if nurses are involved. So they’re very involved in CleanMed. Check out sessions led by and for nurses, including a two-day summit.
Small changes in the surgical suite can yield big savings and bring together a broad group of key stakeholders: clinicians, supply chain, energy managers, environmental services, and more.
Innovative efforts both inside and outside hospitals are improving health, protecting slim operating margins, and building community resilience.
The latest trends in hospital food will change the way you think about food and its potential to heal people, communities, and our environment.
Maximize effectiveness through cultivating leadership engagement and aligning initiatives with overarching goals. Learn about recruitment, retention, partnerships.
Get the nuts and bolts on green building, ”energy treasure hunts,” energy monitoring, and how hospitals are investing in renewable energy.
No matter your path, prepare to be inspired by former EPA administrator, professor at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, and director of the Center for Climate, Health, and the Global Environment, Gina McCarthy.
If that’s not enough, here’s a handy email to customize and send to your boss to help justify your trip to CleanMed.
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