HCD Virtual attendees have the opportunity to earn more than 20 continuing education credits.
On-Demand credit (did not attend live session): You will need to complete a verification quiz for each session you viewed on demand to receive credit.
- AIA credit: your credit will be uploaded by The Center for Health Design once attendance is verified by HCD.
- IDCEC credit: a certificate of completion will be emailed once attendance is verified by HCD. You will self-report your credits.
- Other CEU credit: a certificate of completion will be emailed once attendance is verified by HCD.
All AIA credits will be uploaded, and certificates emailed by year-end 2020.
Click on the sessions below for each CEU quiz.
And make sure to visit our virtual booth and pick up CEU forms for HCD sessions, learn about our programs and upcoming events, get details on our EDAC Risk Free Offer, access our design and safety tools or just stop by to say a quick "hello" and to ask questions. We hope you'll stop by!
DAY 1, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 2020
Keynote: State of the Industry—Healthcare Facilities Now and Post-Pandemic
The Many Roads to Resilient Design
Under Construction: How to Increase Patient Satisfaction While Rebuilding an Occupied Patient Tower
Do the Big Ideas Fit Into Small Shoes? Evaluating a Pediatric Environment
Contemplating Clinic Configurations for Continuous Improvement
Design a Safe and Functional Pediatric Biocontainment Unit: A Research-based Approach
The Spectrum of Technologies: The Current and Future State of Healthcare
A New Venue for Outpatient Care Delivery: A Community Center and a Hospital
Finance for Designers: What CFOs Wish Their Design Teams Knew
Advancing Care in Behavioral Health Through Lighting
DAY 2, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2020
Evaluating the NICU: Examining Design Factors Influencing Care Practices
Just-in-time Design: Using Prototyping to Lead a Market
Population Health Management: Addressing Healthcare Equity in our Communities
Designing for Medical/Behavioral Health Comorbidity: The Inclusive Inpatient Room
Research Matters: Top 10 Picks for the Year
The Importance of Culturally Inclusive Care
Design of Staff Restorative Environments: A Replicated Research on Places of Respite
DAY 3, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11
Keynote: Break Through Finale
It’s a Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood: The Transformation of a Premier Cancer Program
Are You Optimizing Your Capital Assets?
Humanizing Technology in Healthcare Design
POE-fficient: How to Apply Evidence-based Design in Everyday Practice
Design for Older Patients in Hospital and Outpatient Settings
Day 3, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12