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Shepherd House are embracing sustainable healthcare

09 March 2021

By Hayley Carmichael

Kerry-Ann Rogers is an Occupational Therapy Technician with the Shepherd House Recovery Unit, based in Worthing for Sussex Partnership. She shares how they are doing their bit for a greener NHS.

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Going online and cutting carbon

22 February 2021

By Hayley Carmichael

Sussex Partnership has developed a great virtual communications offering online, to reduce the need for face to face meetings and appointments which also saves a lot of carbon emissions.

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Make one change - refillable reduces waste

04 January 2021

By Hayley Carmichael

Sue Young is a Case Manager  for Sussex Partnership's Learning Disabilities and Autism Team. She explains how one small change can make all the difference when it comes to tackling plastic waste...

Make one change - refillable reduces waste

Ejected. The story that solves the climate crisis

25 November 2020

By Hayley Carmichael

Jo Mitchell leads on Wellbeing for staff at Sussex Partnership. She shares a review on a book that has transformed what she thinks about sustainability...

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Take a HIIT! It's good for you!

01 August 2020

By Hayley Carmichael

We asked SCFT physio Abbi Crawford to tell us why High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) is the best work out for a busy life.

Take a HIIT! It's good for you!

One less car journey really adds up

29 January 2020

By Hayley Carmichael

Choosing not to use your car for just one journey per week when you might do otherwise really adds up to a carbon saving when you get 100’s of people doing it.

One less car journey really adds up

Choosing to make a difference one action at a time

02 December 2019

By Hayley Carmichael

Roma Carter is an Occupational Therapist with Sussex Partnership, and she has been busy supporting our work to Care Without Carbon on her ward at the Chichester Centre. We asked her to tell us why she feels it matters that we try and be more sustainable in healthcare.

Choosing to make a difference one action at a time

A fit and healthy alternative to the car

23 October 2019

By Hayley Carmichael

When new dad Simon Carpenter decided to reduce the cost of his commute, he unleashed a host of other benefits too…

A fit and healthy alternative to the car

Car share is easier than you think

21 October 2019

By Hayley Carmichael

We can all find reasons to keep our cars for ourselves, but sharing is caring (for the environment) and it is not as hard as it might first seem. We hear why from Janet Miller, Deputy Director of Workforce at SASH.

Car share is easier than you think

Willow Ward’s Yorkshire Three Peak Challenge

24 July 2019

By Hayley Carmichael

Walking is great for health in mind and body: the Willow Ward team at Sussex Partnership took walking to the next level by taking on the Yorkshire Three Peak Challenge.

Willow Ward’s Yorkshire Three Peak Challenge

Taking the plunge to go paper-light

03 July 2019

By Hayley Carmichael

One team at Sussex Partnership decided they could something to become paper-light and reduce their impact on the environment.

Taking the plunge to go paper-light

How do we care enough?

18 June 2019

By Hayley Carmichael

Catherine Edminson has been an activist for the natural world for over 25 years and has recently taken on the role of a Care Without Carbon Envoy for SCFT; she tells us why ‘care’ is integral to tacking the climate emergency we now face…

How do we care enough?

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