There's Still Time to Sign Up for Pre-Conference Sessions -
Plus Walk-Ins Welcome to Take the EDAC Exam Risk Free*
Attend one or both of the Healthcare Design pre-conference workshops listed below and get the knowledge and tools needed to address some of the cost and outcome challenges facing healthcare today. Plus, the EDAC Exam will be given on Monday - walk-ins are welcome.
Saturday, November 15, 2014
D01 - Coaching Workshop, Practical Application of Evidence-Based Design, 8:30 am - 2:30 pm
an excellent opportunity to get one-on-one coaching from industry experts
D06 - EDAC Examination Preparation Workshop 3:15 pm - 5:15 pm
a comprehensive study session to help prepare for the EDAC exam
Monday, November 17
11:00 am - 1:00 pm
HCD conference attendees have the opportunity to take the EDAC Exam at conference risk free* - you can retake the exam once at no charge if you do
not pass. Candidates will have two hours to complete the exam. Walk-ins are welcome for an additional $50 fee, but space is limited and will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Arrive early to register on-site. Participation in the EDAC exam preparation workshop is recommended, but not mandatory.
*Those who don't pass will be allowed to retake the exam again at a later date for free. Exam must be retaken no less than two months and no more than 12 months after exam registration date.
You're Invited to Join Us for the Next EBD Journal Club
Wednesday, December 3, 2014
10:00 am Pacific/1:00 pm Eastern
The Legacy of Florence Nightingale’s Environmental Theory: Nursing Research Focusing on the Impact of Healthcare Environments
Health Environments Research & Design Journal, 7(3), 19-34, Zborowsky, T, 2014
Host: Sheila Bosch, PhD, LEED AP, EDAC
Author: Terri Zborowsky, Ph.D, EDAC
EBD Journal Clubs are FREE, open to all and provide the chance to hear and interact with authors who have recently published EBD papers and articles in peer-reviewed journals such as HERD. Authors will not only discuss their studies, but will provide ways to translate the research behind each study into practice. Attendees interact with the study's author(s) and have a chance to address specific questions and concerns. Each EBD Journal Club session is one hour in length and will provide participants with one EDAC/AIA continuing education unit.