+ 300 PARTICIPANTS, 30 EXHIBITORS, 30 COUNTRIES, + 3 DAYS
A conference of cross-sectoral dialogue – seeking, scaling and improving sustainability within healthcare. The place to be for inspiration, connection, knowledge, experience and action.
Date: 15 October 2024
Location: Malmö Arena Hotel, Sweden
Ticket price is 400 EUR each (excl. VAT). Certain discounts apply, see below.
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Sponsorship & Exhibition Information 2024
- Employees at hospitals and regions get a 50 % discount on the participant ticket. Discount code: PUBLICNCSH24
- Members in NCSH get a 50 % discount on the participant ticket and 25 % on an exhibiton spot. Contact NCSH for discount code.
- Sponsors, exhibitors, speakers and affiliates: Contact NCSH for discount codes.
The conference is your opportunity...
... To show your presence and position your organisation at the forefront of a process with global impact on healthcare systems – moving towards collaboration and common goals.To be in the right place, at the right time, with the right people.
... To meet with relevant peers & stakeholder groups to engage in conversation and knowledge exchange based on sustainability needs and solutions.
... To learn from other key actors and get access to front-line solutions, knowledge, research, innovation and development for sustainable progress.
... To strengthen, widen and diversify your Nordic and European relations by connecting with others in the NCSH multi-helix network and early movers.
... To enjoy the benefits of being a member in NCSH – and seize the opportunities.
Nordic Conference on Sustainable Healthcare 2023
The 5th Nordic Conference on Sustainable Healthcare was a one-day conference organised by NCSH, with side events happening the day before and after. Over 200 participants joined us at Malmö Arena Hotel in Sweden.
The most topical themes in sustainable healthcare of 2023 were covered – from energy efficiency and sustainable procurement, to achieving net-zero healthcare and supporting the rebuilding of Ukraine. Frontrunners from across Europe attended to meet and build practical collaboration around green and resilient healthcare systems: hospitals, the public sector, companies, clusters, public procurers, trade organisations, NGOs and universities. The exhibition hall was full of sustainable innovations currently on the market – including products, services and ideas.
Speakers from Lancet Commission on Sustainable Healthcare, UN-SPHS / UNDP, Region Stockholm, Sykehusbygg HF, Sida, Business Finland, Region Skåne, the Swedish Energy Agency, Sykehusinnkjøp HF, NHS England (Greener NHS), The Netherlands Embassy in Sweden, Dutch Life Sciences & Health Sector, Health Proc Europe, Green Innovation Group, Politecnico di Torino, LINK Arkitektur, Health Care Without Harm, Swecare, Doctors for the Environment Skåne, Sunnaas sykehus, MAMTA HIMC, Belok (CIT Energy Management), IHDA, Lund University, LM International, Medclair, Lojer Group, FrostPharma and others shared their expertise in the programme.
- Exclusive Mingle Buffet at Rådhuset in Malmö, hosted by Malmö stad.
- Researcher Networking Seminar: The Future of Sustainable Health Care Environments, hosted by Lund University.
- Study Visit to the New Service Building at SUS (Skåne University Hospital), hosted by Region Skåne.
- Invitation to Market Dialogue for Environmental Labelling of Medical Supplies, organised by The Norwegian Hospital Procurement Trust (NHPT), Landspitali – The National University Hospital of Iceland, Danish Regions: The Regions Joint Procurement, The National Secretariat for Sustainable Public Procurement, Helsinki University Hospital (HUS) and The Norwegian National Supplier Development Programme (LUP).
- Dutch Life Sciences & Health Sector
The Netherlands Embassy in Sweden and Task Force Health Care
- Evercare Medical
- Business Finland
- Lojer Group
- E.ON ectogrid™
- Hållbar Teknik
- MedicSolution Nordic
- Hygiene of Sweden
Nordic Conference on Sustainable Healthcare 2020
For the 4th year in a row the Nordic Conference on Sustainable Healthcare was arranged, but this time online due to COVID-19. In support of the healthcare sector, the event was also free for all professionals working in healthcare.
The focus of the conference was Circular Healthcare, Non-Toxic Healthcare, Climate Friendly Healthcare, Resilient Healthcare, Smart Healthcare, Nordic Excellence in Sustainable Healthcare.
The Nordic Conference on Sustainable Healthcare 2020 was arranged by Nordic Center for Sustainable Healthcare, The Technical University of Denmark and Upgraded Finland, in collaboration with Region Hovedstaden, The Swedish Energy Agency and Nordic Innovation.
The Nordic Conference on Sustainable Healthcare 2019
The Nordic Conference on Sustainable Healthcare was held as a part of EHMA:s annual conference and took place in Espoo Finland on June 17-19. NCSH hosted one session on June 17 and one session on June 18. On June 19 NCSH announced the winners of 2019 Nordic Sustainable Healthcare awards.
The Nordic Conference on Sustainable Healthcare 2018
The conference was held in collaboration with Aktuell Hållbarhet and joined together speakers and participants from over 10 countries with interest in creating a more sustainable healthcare sector. This years focus was on areas such as tools for sustainable construction and maintenance of healthcare buildings, international knowledge from sustainable health and care systems, procurement as a sustainability tool and antibiotic resistance.
The Nordic Conference on Sustainable Healthcare 2017
In collaboration with Aktuell Hållbarhet, Dagens Medicin and Bonnier Sustainability Media, Nordic Center for Sustainable Healthcare organized a one day conference with speakers from all over Europe to focus on the latest developments in areas such as: sustainability priorities at major Nordic hospitals, state of the art Nordic projects, as well as new and innovative solutions on the market in everything from energy efficiency to pharmaceuticals.