MSc Cases

ICU – Waste: Pongratz, J. (2023). Stimulating waste separation in the intensive care unit – Exploring opportunities for circular waste streams. Delft University of Technology. Delft 

ICU – Disposable gloves: Berg, L. v. d. (2022). Reducing the environmental impact of gloves used in the Intensive Care Unit: Towards greener ICUs. (MSc.). Delft University of Technology, Delft.

ICU – Syringes: Honkoop, M. (2022). Reducing the environmental impact of syringes in the Intensive Care Unit. (MSc.). Delft University of Technology, Delft. 

ICU – Laryngoscope: Ville, A. (2022). Towards Circular ICUs. Reuse of intubation devices as a catalyst for systemic change. (MSc.). Delft University of Technology, Delft. 

ICU – Laryngoscope Koot, V. (2022). Towards a Circular ICU – How to implement reusable video laryngoscopes at the Intensive Care. (MSc.). Delft University of Technology, Delft. 

OR – Medicine Amelsfoort, N. v. (2023). DrugWise: a sustainable approach towards reducing medicine waste in the operating rooms. (Msc.). Delft University of Technology, Delft. 

OR – Endocutter Dolderen, D. v. (2023). Designing a sustainable transition in the MedTech industry: An analysis of the current challenges for the implementation of the circular economy on surgical devices like the single-use endocutter. (MSc.). Delft University of Technology. Delft. 

Endoscopy – Polyp Trap : Bloem, M. (2023). Sustainable endoscopy: Redesigning the polyp trap (MSc.), Delft University of Technology. Delft 

Radiology – ESG: Lee, H. (2023). ESG (Environmental, Social, Governance) in Radiology Workflow to drive Strategic Business Value of University Hospitals in the Netherlands. (MSc.) Delft University of Technology. Delft.

Hospital – Logistics Infrastructure: Arnoldy, M. (2023). Material logistics infrastructure in a circular hospital. (MSc.) Erasmus University Rotterdam]. Rotterdam. 

Wearable Sensors : Bult, M. (2023). Insights into the Circular (re)Design of Medical Wearabale Sensors (MSc.) Delft University of Technology. Delft. 

Other cases in the Netherlands

Reusable blankets at OLVG – Interview with Talitha Hoppe (Dutch)

From steel bedpan to biodegradable carton ones – Alrijne Ziekenhuis (Dutch)