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What impact do design decisions have on behavioral health outcomes?

Behavioral Health

Don’t miss this affordable, high-return day – a unique opportunity to learn from experts, idea-share with colleagues and re-charge your professional batteries to prepare you for today and tomorrow’s behavioral health challenges:

  • What role can the built environment play in solving the growing mental health and substance abuse crises?
  • What impact do your design decisions have?
  • Are you making use of the best and latest design solutions?

Design is making a difference in the lives of children and adults faced with these conditions, in the safety of the staff who treat and care for them, and in the financial and legal challenges faced by providers.

Join us for this one day interactive, collaborative, problem-solving workshop where design, facility and care professionals will offer lessons learned and new thinking in design strategies that support improved care for behavioral health.

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September 26, 2017 Arlington, VA

Register by August 31
AND SAVE WITH EARLY BIRD RATES

6.5 AIA/EDAC CONTINUING EDUCATION UNITS

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LEARNING OBJECTIVES

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

THE EXPERTS

You’ll hear from behavioral health facility design thought leaders who will share real world experiences and future-looking insights into:

  • The implications of your design decisions
  • Innovative and effective design strategies that support behavioral health populations
  • Case studies of state-of-the-art facilities
  • Existing standards and behavioral health models

This unique experience is ideal for individuals who are intending to design new mental and behavioral health facilities and those wishing to evaluate the quality of their existing facilities.

  • Healthcare architects, planners, designers, and consultants
  • Behavioral health facility or department directors, physicians, nurses and managers
  • Healthcare facilities and planning executives
  • Hospital executives with behavioral health department oversight
  • Product manufacturers

Mardelle Shepley, MArch, MA, DArch, EDAC, FAIA, FACHA, LEED BD+C
Professor, Cornell University

Ellen Taylor, PhD, AIA, MBA, EDAC
Vice President for Research, The Center for Health Design

Natalie Hagerty, AIA, LEED AP, EDAC, SSGBC
Director of Facilities Planning, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia

Meg Louis, RN, MBA, EDAC
Healthcare Operations Planner, BSA LifeStructures

Ellen Post, MHA, EDAC, LEED
Green Associates Interior Designer, BSA LifeStructures

Tae Jung, AIA
Senior Architect and Vice President, NIKA

David Sine, DrBE, ARM, CSP, CPHRM
Chief Risk Officer, Office of Quality, Safety and Value, Veterans Health Administration

James M. Hunt, AIA
Behavioral Healthcare Design Consultant President of Behavioral Health Facility Consulting, LLC

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