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2021 Workshops




Every year attendees give top marks to these high-quality, high-return days. Efficient, affordable, informative and inspiring, these unique collaborations consistently deliver new strategies, solutions, resources and connections to help organizations address today's healthcare design challenges.

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SAVE THE DATES

TUESDAY, APRIL 20, 2021
Design for Healthy Aging: Solutions Across the Continuum of Care Workshop
 
THURSDAY, MAY 20, 2021
Behavioral Health: Design for Complexity, Flexibility, and Equity Workshop
 
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16, 2021
The Pediatric Intensive Care Unit: Strategic Design Solutions for the Forgotten Middle Workshop
 
THURSDAY, AUGUST 5, 2021
Modular Design and Pre-Fabrication: Building a Flexible Future for Healthcare Workshop

WEDNESDAY,SEPTEMBER 29, 2021
Behavioral Health: Design for the Next Generation of Care and Care Spaces



Sick and injured children. Adults and teens suffering from behavioral and mental health conditions and substance abuse. And seniors, especially those with dementia, Alzheimer’s and other memory care conditions.

In many cases our healthcare facilities are ill-designed to serve patients with these unique needs and conditions.

Mental health patients are intermixed with general populations in EDs and throughout acute care facilities, creating added stress and safety risks for patients and staff. Children get treated in frightening adult-sized settings. And seniors with memory conditions face environments that further degrade their already fragile quality of life. How can healthcare facilities quickly add space that offers increased control and flexibility?

We’ve enlisted the industry’s leading experts for five, deep-dive workshops – one day each, presenting strategies, solutions and resources to help you create the most effective environments for pediatric, memory and behavioral health care patients. You won’t find a program with this depth and breadth anywhere else.
 
 

LIMITED SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE
 
Contact:
Randall L. Carter, EDAC
Vice President for Relationship Development
C: 541-965-1922 / O: 925-521-9404 Ext. 132
rcarter@healthdesign.org