You Are Invited to Join Us for the Next EBD Journal Club
October 1, 2014
10:00 am Pacific/ 1:00 Eastern
The Role of Flooring as a Design Element Affecting Patient and Healthcare Worker Safety
by Debra D. Harris, PhD, and Laura A. Detke, RID, LEED AP BD+C. HERD 6(3), pp 95-119.
Host: Sheila Bosch, PhD, LEED AP, EDAC
Author: Debra Harris, PhD
EBD Journal Clubs are FREE and provide the chance to interact with authors who will not only share their studies, but will provide ways to translate the research behind each study into practice. Each EBD Journal Club session is one hour in length and will provide participants with one EDAC/AIA continuing education unit.
More EBD Journal Club information including videos of past sessions can be found here.
EBD Boot Camp Attendees Work with Expert Guides
to Resolve Project Design Issues
"I have attended a lot of workshops over my career, but the EBD Boot Camp was far and away the best application of useful, practitioner-based information that could be brought back to our office and used immediately in our practice. I really do think it was the best value in a continuing education environment I have had in many years."
Peter Stanley, LEED AP, Principal, ArchiLOGIX
Want to learn how to incorporate evidence-based design into your work? Join us at the upcoming EBD Boot Camp, bring a current project and learn how to use and integrate relevant evidence through a hands-on, interactive work session with expert guides from the Center for Health Systems and Design, Texas A&M University.
Architects, Engineers, Designers, Project Managers, Researchers, Technology Experts, Librarians, Developers, and Building Owners
Texas A&M University,
College Station, Texas
October 9 - 11, 2014
For more information and to register - click here.