ADEE and Henry Schein continue their sustainability collaboration with Henry Schein offering support to ADEE members to participate in the first intake of a new Postgraduate Certificate in Sustainable Healthcare run by Dublin Dental University Hospital.
Dublin Dental University Hospital, Trinity College Dublin in collaboration with the Centre for Sustainable Healthcare are introducing a Postgraduate Certificate in Sustainable Healthcare. This one year, part time online programme aims to develop leaders in sustainable healthcare who can influence, manage and operationalise systems to develop sustainable healthcare in their own healthcare settings. This Certificate is suitable for postgraduate students in any healthcare discipline, as well as standalone Certificate for healthcare workers who are interested in developing both further knowledge in sustainable healthcare and the leadership skills to translate this knowledge to practice.
- Leadership for Sustainable Healthcare;
- Sustainability in Quality Improvement;
- Carbon foot printing using LCA;
- Sustainable Procurement;
- A selection of optional modules covering various aspect of relevance to the dental curriculum.
- Be a practicing healthcare worker - appropriate qualification (under graduate degree or higher diploma) to undertake a level 9 course or enrolled in a postgraduate health science course in Trinity College Dublin;
- Meet the Trinity English Language requirements - usually an IELTS score of 7 (A minimum of IELTS score of 7 is required in the four domains of reading, writing, speaking, and listening) or TOEFL score of 230 computer based, 570 paper based, 88 internet based across all domains.
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Course cost is €2,500 plus application fee of €20.
As part of ADEE's ongoing collaboration with Henry Schein in the area of sustainability, they are kindly making available funding to support up to 50% of the fee for four successful applications. Interested parties should demonstrated their interest in a short expression of interest letter, outlining why they are participating in the programme, they must also demonstrate that they have the funding available to cover the remainder of the programme costs. Selection will be made via the programme panel that will favour regional diversity in application.