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HIGHLIGHTED EVENTS

Last Chance to Catch the Early Bird Savings for Maintaining Momentum: The Parkland Journey Workshop

Date: May 4-5, 2015
Location: Parkland Hospital
5201 Harry Hines Blvd, Dallas, TX 75235



Early Bird Registration:  $450.00
After April 3, 2015:  $575.00

 

Workshop attendees provided opportunity to tour new hospital before it opens!

Scheduled to open in August 2015, the new 2.5 million-square foot Parkland Hospital is a first-of-its-kind endeavor in project scope, scale and leadership commitment. This Pebble-in-Practice Workshop will provide attendees with a unique, pre-opening preview of this new campus and will share a behind-the-scenes overview of the design strategy and leadership approaches to maintain the project momentum and the critical lessons learned. 

The Parkland team will share:

  • Strategies for stakeholder engagement
  • The research agenda that drove design
  • Implementation of technology in every facet of care 
  • Larger goals for planning for population health

Two workshop tours will highlight the best in evidence-based design and technology innovation in the inpatient and specialty care areas. For a complete workshop description including who should attend, faculty bios and the agenda, click here.
 

In Collaboration with Thought Leaders:


Join Us for the Next
Health Design Insights and Networking Event

Wednesday, May 13, 2015
4:30 pm - 7:30 pm

Kaiser Permanente Center for Total Health

700 2nd Street NE
Washington DC 20002

Come meet and connect with The Center's Affiliate members and the regional healthcare design community for  "Innovations in Healthcare Design"  - informal, energetic, creative, short format presentations, (worth one EDAC/AIA credit) at 4:30 p.m., followed by cocktails and hors d’oeuvres.

This event is FREE to Affiliate Members, Thought Leaders, and Thought Leader Guests, please RSVP here.  Other professionals can RSVP and attend for a small donation of $40 here.
 

Thought Leader Partners:

 

IN THE KNOW

ICONS and Innovators On-Demand Webinar Savings This Month ONLY Save 50% on:
"Fable 2.0: The Compelling Business Case for Building Better Buildings"  

  • Only $45.00 - a 50% savings for the month of April
    (sale ends 4/30/15) 
  • Unlimited viewings for seven days from day of purchase
  • Earn one continuing education unit for EDAC and AIA 



Webinar Overview
As healthcare organizations 
transform themselves from a single aim that merely emphasizes care, to a triple aim, focusing on improving population health and lowering costs, the role of the built environment becomes even more important. In this on-demand webinar, Blair Sadler, a hospital CEO for more than 26 years, explains the new economics of healthcare and how architecture and design is vital to the bottom line. A simple framework to help calculate the economic return on investment of any design decision is provided. 

 

Click here to see a complete list of ICONS and Innovators webinars available on demand (with CEUs). Watch any or all of these webinars at your convenience, anytime, anyplace.

Making Education Actionable, Accessible and Affordable

UPCOMING EVENTS

Join Us for Next Week's EBD Journal Club
Host Sheila Bosch, PhD, LEED AP, EDAC will talk with authors Laurie Wolf, MS, CPE, ASQ-CSSBB and Eileen Costantinou, MSN, RN-BC, April 8, 2015, 10:00am Pacific / 1:00 pm Eastern, about fall prevention for inpatient oncology using lean and rapid improvement event techniques.  It's FREE - more information here.
Explore Effects of Light Exposure on Humans 
Join Douglas Steel, Ph.D. in a hour webinar,
April 9, 2015,
 “Applying Neuroscience to Healthcare Lighting Design: Opportunities and Cautions”
 and explore new LED illumination and control technologies that accurately replicate daylight exposure and the resulting effects on the human nervous system. More information here.
Early Bird Rate Now Available for the Emergency Department Workshop 
We have partnered with The American College of Emergency Physicians to bring you nationally recognized experts, who will on June 18 - 19, 2015 provide insight into optimal patient flow, research-based process, design interventions and strategies that improve clinical outcomes, quality of care, and patient safety and satisfaction. Join us.

TOOLS AND RESOURCES

Showcase Your Work in Healthcare Spaces No. 7 
Reach leading healthcare institutions by showcasing your projects in the upcoming Healthcare Spaces No. 7. Projects from encyclopedic medical centers to neighborhood urgent care facilities are highlighted with vivid, full-color images and informative text. Reserve your spot by May 1, 2015 here.
The Center's Research Services
Our team of experienced researchers can work directly with you in a variety of ways - from actually doing small research projects to providing much needed research support in many different areas.  More information here.
A Living Library
The Knowledge Repository provides a one-stop, complete source of healthcare EBD research with additional key point summaries, being added monthly, it will continue to grow and develop as healthcare design evolves.  Stop searching, start finding.
About Us:
The Center for Health Design is a nonprofit 501c(3) whose mission is to transform healthcare environments for a healthier, safer world through design research, education and advocacy.

Looking for ways to support our work?
Become EDAC Certified, Join our Community of Affiliates; Become a Pebble Partner; Add to our Knowledge RepositoryDonations make a difference; Watch our on demand webinars; Ask us about volunteer opportunities. Like us on Facebook; Contact us.

 

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