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HIGHLIGHTED EVENTS

Pennsylvania and New Jersey: Newly Adopted FGI Guidelines Include Safety Risk Assessments

The 2014 FGI Guidelines for the Design and Construction of Outpatient Facilities have now been adopted in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.  Among the new guideline additions is the need to conduct safety risk assessments to reduce harm associated with adverse events such as falls, infection and medication error.

You may be wondering where to start - what does it really mean and how is it done?  To answer that, we've developed a hands-on workshop, designed to support this new requirement of the 2014 FGI Guidelines.  And to make it convenient, the workshop is located next to the Newark Penn Station, easly accessed by NJ Transit and by Amtrak from the Northeast Corridor or Keystone service to Harrisburg.
 

Location: Hilton Penn Station
Newark, New Jersey

Date: July 23-24, 2015

Registration - $575.00

Agenda

Faculty

For more information including learning objectives, click here.

 


Deadline for Presentation Submissions for Environments for Aging Conference & Expo
is July 21, 2015!

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

IN THE KNOW

Save 50% on "Community Health Center Design - Perspectives, Strategies and Recommendations for Renovation and New Facility Construction"
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Learn from a panel of innovators with expertise in planning, financing, designing and operating transformational community health centers. Explore how to draw a roadmap to building or expanding a truly community-centered facility. This webinar offers an in-depth look at every project phase and milestone from start to completion. Find out how to commit to a clear vision, raise funds, manage goals and grow revenue while utilizing thoughtful research methods and sustainable, evidence-based design practices. You'll learn how to prepare for increased demand for services and put patient experience and patient outcomes at the forefront.

  • Only $45.00 - a 50% savings for the month of July                 
    (sale ends 7/31/15) 
  • Unlimited viewings for seven days from day of purchase
  • Earn one continuing education unit for EDAC and AIA 

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

Enter to Win Healthcare Design's 2015 Remodel/ Renovation 
Enter and your project could be one of six winning remodel/renovationdesigns that will be featured in the December 2015 issue of Healthcare Design magazine. This year's categories include "women's health" and "emergency/urgent care". Entry registrations due July 28, 2015.  More information here.
Call for Papers - Interior Design Educators Council
Submissions are now being accepted for two special issues of  "Design for Healthcare: Nurturing a Systems View of Design Process and Product".  Structured literature reviews, qualitative and quantitative studies, rigorous theory and methods papers are welcome.  More information here.


 
EDAC Summer Sale 
Register to take the EDAC exam anytime during the month of July, (registrants have a full year to take the exam from registration date), and get the EDAC Study Guide Set for 50% off - a savings of $135! The set of three study guides are the new Third Editions that include more EBD case studies and provide you with material that will help you prepare for the EDAC exam.

TOOLS AND RESOURCES

A Visual Reference to Evidence-Based Design
Jain Malkin's lively writing style makes research read like an adventure story with fascinating discoveries at every turn.  Not content merely to report the findings of studies, she connects the dots to explain why this is important and points to the implications for healthcare settings.  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.
Join the CHD Affiliate Members Community
Affiliate members now receive a FREE annual digital subscription to Research Design Connections with a database of more than 1,800 articles.  Learn more about the benefits of membership, 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.

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