Intensive Care Environmental Sustainability Recipe Book project

The University of Brighton is collaborating with the Intensive Care Society, Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine, and UK Critical Care Nursing Alliance on developing, evaluating and disseminating an Intensive Care Environmental Sustainability Recipe Book to reduce the carbon footprint of intensive care units.  The work is funded by SBRI Healthcare, an Accelerated Access Collaborative in partnership with the Health Innovation Network.

For any questions about this project, please email:

Dr Heather Baid

The Recipe Book and project report will be posted here and on the collaborating organisation’s websites by February 2025.

The Intensive Care Sustainability Recipe Book. A 'how to' guide to sustainable ICU practice


SHARE conference (Sustainable Healthcare Academic Research and Enterprise)

Annual event co-hosted by the School of Sport and Health Sciences, Brighton and Sussex Medical School and Centre for Sustainable Healthcare

Information on past and upcoming SHARE conferences


Staff involved with sustainability-related research:

Dr Heather Baid – sustainable healthcare clinical practice, education and research

Dr Theo Fotis – digital transformation

Dr Kathy Martyn – sustainable nutrition and food

Rachel Forss – sustainable podiatry


PhD students undertaking sustainability-related research:

Johanna AlvarezUnifying digital, sustainability and psychology principles while evaluating information and communication technology for behaviour change in primary care health promotion

Jennifer Amann – football fans and climate change