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Webinar | From nurses to parents: reducing plastic and harmful chemical exposure to children
This webinar is the second of a two-part webinar series covering the harmful impact of plastics and applying circular economy principles to reduce plastics in the healthcare sector.

Dec 7, 2022 04:00 PM in Brussels

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Dominique Licaud
Midwives Coordinator (Perinatal and Paediatrics) @CH Angoulême
Dominique has worked as a midwife in multiple health centres and has expertise in responsible procurement and sustainable development. She has experience in facilitating ‘Nesting’ workshops to raise awareness among young parents on pollution sources inside their homes and at conferences on environmental health. She has worked on implementing good practices for health and environment in the Mother & Child centre and was the project manager for the Eco-Responsible Maternity project.
David Saura Lopez
Environmental Manager @Hospital Clinico Universitario Virgen de la Arrixaca
David Saura López has a Degree in Environmental Sciences from the University of Murcia (Spain). He has professional experience in the field of environmental impact assessment of plans, projects and programs and in business environmental management. Since 2009 he has been working in the hospital sector. He is currently Head of Environmental Management at the Virgen de la Arrixaca University Clinical Hospital in Murcia and is also part of the Paediatric Environmental Health Specialty Unit.
Anna Watson
Head of Advocacy @CHEM Trust
Dr Anna Watson has been working with CHEM Trust as Head of Advocacy since January 2018. Before joining CHEM Trust Anna worked at Friends of the Earth (England, Wales and Northern Ireland) for almost 20 years working on issues such as waste and resources, community energy and environmental rights. Anna leads on a range of areas for CHEM Trust – including the charity’s communications, plastics and health and hazardous chemicals in food packaging. She is a scientist by background, and has a PhD in Freshwater Ecology.
Elaine Mead
Executive Director @Improvement, Care and Compassion (IC&C)
IC&C is a small organisation committed to supporting leaders on their improvement journey across the UK and Europe. Elaine has enjoyed over 35 years’ experience working in clinical, senior management and executive board level roles within the National Health Service with eight years as CEO in the North of Scotland. Her professional clinical background was as a diagnostic radiographer with experience in general, research and academic settings. she currently coordinates the European Chief Executive Forum supporting Executive Leaders across Northern Europe.