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The Fathom Trust: Reconciling nature and culture to improve health.

28th Feb 2024
5:00 - 6:00pm (GMT)
28th Feb 2024
5:00 - 6:00pm (GMT)
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Attendance certificate available
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Discover the fascinating journey of Dr. Will Beharrell,  As a founding member of the Prince of Wales' charity Turquoise Mountain in Afghanistan and Jordan, Dr. Beharrell has dedicated his career to heritage-led regeneration, community development, and psychiatry.

🌟 Dr. Beharrell has recently established the Fathom Trust, a beacon for a soulful and integrated approach to health and healing. Through craftsmanship, conservation, and contemplation, he aims to bridge the gap between nature and culture, offering a unique perspective on improving overall well-being.

🏥 As the NHS Wales clinical lead for the circular economy, Dr. Beharrell is actively working to displace single-use medical textiles and champion sustainable healthcare quality improvement.

🔍 Don't miss this opportunity to delve into the intersection of health, culture, and sustainability. Join us on 28th February at 17:00 for an inspiring talk that explores "The Fathom Trust" and its profound impact on reconciling nature and culture for the betterment of health.

Summary

Join us for a captivating teaching session with Dr. Will Beharrell, founder of the Fathom Trust and an advocate for sustainable healthcare. Offering a unique perspective on health and healing that intersects nature, culture and sustainability, Dr. Beharrell emphasizes the importance of heritage, community development, and psychiatry. Discover how he is working to revolutionize healthcare by reconciling nature and culture, and championing the displacement of single-use medical textiles. Don't miss this chance to explore a soulful and integrated approach to health on February 28th at 17:00.
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Learning objectives

1. To understand the principles and mission of the Fathom Trust and its founder, Dr. Will Beharrell. 2. To explore the concept of heritage-led regeneration and its potential impact on community development and overall well-being. 3. To analyze how craftsmanship, conservation, and contemplation play roles in bridging the gap between nature and culture, thus promoting healthier societies. 4. To gain an understanding of circular economy as it relates to the medical field and the specific aim of reducing single-use medical textiles in the NHS Wales. 5. To examine the intersection of health, culture, and sustainability, and how it can be utilized for the betterment of health systems and patient well-being.
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28th Feb 2024
5:00 - 6:00pm (GMT)
Hosted on MedAll
Attendance certificate available
This event has ended. Similar events
Free
ONLINE