The Inaugural National Health Expo is being held on 14th February 2017 in Citywest, Dublin.
The National Health Expo has a singular focus — Bring together regulatory officials, senior executives from Public and Private Hospitals, healthcare managers, pharma executives, medical technology companies, GP’s, Dentists, mental health executives, researchers, medical professionals, department heads etc to create an innovative, efficient and sustainable healthcare industry through knowledge sharing and collaboration.
The 100+speaker line up is drawn from senior management and experts from across the health industry that are pushing the boundaries in driving improvements and innovations in the national and global health industry.
The Green Healthcare programme is helping Irish hospitals identify and implement savings in the areas of food waste, healthcare risk waste, recycling, and water use. These measures aim to help Irish hospitals operate in a more sustainable way, while also saving money. This will help work towards the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals and the WHO’s goal of making health more central to sustainable development. The Green Healthcare programme is co-funded by the Environmental Protection Agency’s National Waste Prevention Programme and the Health Service Executive’s National Health Sustainability Office.
For more information on the event please follow this link.
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