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The Center for Health Design

HIGHLIGHTED EVENTS

Tomorrow is the Last Day to Save with the 
Early Bird Rate for 
The Emergency Department Workshop

Location: American Institute of Architects
130 Sutter Street, San Francisco, CA 94104

Date: June 18-19, 2015

Early Bird Registration:  $695.00
After May 15, 2015:  $795.00

Designing a new or renovating an existing emergency department is a high stakes opportunity.  Today, more than ever, emergency department directors
balance a range of competing priorities, including:

  • increased volume and patient acuity
  • primary care staffing shortages
  • overcrowding 
  • delayed “up-stream” throughput, and other system bottle-necks

These challenges are coupled with the need to continually adapt to ever changing technology, ensure emergency preparedness and deliver in an era of accountable care.

We have partnered with The American College of Emergency Physicians to bring you internationally recognized experts, who will explore technological and design innovations that address optimal patient flow, improved clinical outcomes, quality of care, and patient safety and satisfaction. Get more workshop information, including the agenda here.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:

  • ED directors, emergency service physicians, emergency department nurses and managers
  • Healthcare facilities and planning executives
  • Hospital executives with capital investments and emergency department oversight
  • Healthcare architects, planners, designers, and consultants 


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Join Us In Boston for a Health Design Insights Event

Thursday, June 25, 2015
4:30 - 7:30 pm

Red Thread Showroom
22 Boston Wharf Rd
Boston, MA

Come meet and  connect with CHD 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 CHD Affiliate Members, Thought Leaders, and Thought Leader Guests - please RSVP here.  Other professionals can attend for a small donation of $40.

 

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IN THE KNOW

 

The 2016 EFA Conference Call for Presentations
is Now Open

The Environments for Aging conference is an annual event that brings together developers, owners, design professionals, product manufacturers, academia, aging specialists, and government officials to explore new ideas for creating places that support people as they age. Developed by professionals who are day-to-day advocates and champions for improving healthcare and life experiences for the aging population, this comprehensive conference provides attendees with access to state-of-the-art information from thought leaders and innovators within the field of aging.



We are now accepting and welcome presentation proposals that are suited to our educational foci that includes:

  • Considerations for effective aging environments
  • Innovative household/housing models
  • Innovations in design and planning
  • Aging-in-place/universal design
  • Solutions that enhance the human experience
  • Future-focused models
  • Trends towards independence and wellness
  • International perspectives
  • Public/private partnerships
  • The impact of technology and product innovations
  • Innovative projects and community programs
  • Evidence-based design research studies/reports
  • Green design and sustainability
  • Remodeling and repositioning of existing facilities
  • The continuum of care
  • Dementia and other cognitive challenges
  • Funding Considerations

To submit a presentation proposal, click here.

Deadline for submissions: July 21, 2015, 5 p.m. PDT

UPCOMING EVENTS

Get 50% Off 
On-Demand Webinar 
“Life Indoors—The Design of the Built Environment’s Impact on Health and Wellbeing”, is on sale for $45.00 for the month of May.  Get unlimited viewings for seven days from day of purchase and earn one continuing education unit for EDAC and AIA.  Purchase. 
Take Advantage of HCD Super Saver Registration Rates:
Register today and save big - up to $455.  Join us for four days of educational sessions, presentations and an extensive exhibit hall. More information here.
EDRA Conference
EDRA’s 2015 conference, “brainSTORM: Dynamic Interactions of Environment-Behavior and Neuroscience” will take place May 27-30, 2015 at the Westin Bonaventure in Los Angeles, California. More information here.

TOOLS AND RESOURCES

A Visual Reference to Evidence-Based Design
A must-have EBD resource, Jain Malkin's lively writing style makes research read like an adventure story with fascinating discoveries at every turn. Learn more 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.
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.
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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