Resources

  • Health Outcomes Travel Tool - V2
    Health Outcomes Travel Tool - V2
    HOTT - Excel tool to help NHS organisations measure the impact their travel and transport has in environmental, financial and health terms.
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  • SDAT - statement set
    SDAT - statement set
    Full Excel list of statements from the Sustainable Development Assessment Tool (SDAT). Can be used to complete sections in advance before submitting, store evidence and thinking. Mapping between the old GCC statements and new SDAT ones has been added.
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  • SRSHN annual conference 2017 AM slides
    SRSHN annual conference 2017 AM slides
    Presentation slides from the morning of the SRSHN annual conference 2017
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  • SRSHN annual conference 2017 PM slides
    SRSHN annual conference 2017 PM slides
    Presentation slides from the afternoon of the 2017 SRSHN annual conference
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  • Workshop presentations
    Workshop presentations
    Presentation slides from the breakout workshops at the 2017 SRSHN annual conference
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  • SDAT User Guide
    SDAT User Guide
    Guide for users of the Sustainable Development Assessment Tool (SDAT)
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  • Q&A with Helen Tapson
    Q&A with Helen Tapson
    Public Health Registrar with Somerset Council talks about her experineces
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  • Staff Engagement Project Report 2017
    Staff Engagement Project Report 2017
    Project report based on research conducted by Adi Vyas
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  • Sustainability statement in standard job description
    Sustainability statement in standard job description
    Including a sustainability statement in the standard job description supports staff throughout the organisation to identify what sustainability means for their role.
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  • HOTT - Full Guide - V2
    HOTT - Full Guide - V2
    Detailed guidance document, including step-by-step guide for using the tool. The full guide also details the data sources and assumptions used to create the tool.
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