The Academy of Architecture for Health (AAH) provides knowledge which supports the design of healthy environments by creating education and networking opportunities for members of – and those touched by – the health care architectural profession.
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You can contribute information to the AIA COVID-19 project database, and view all submitted projects. Visit the Alternative Care Sites preparedness site to learn important areas to evaluate when selecting ACSs for the care and treatment of COVID-19 or surge capacity patients. Explore additional resources for health care facilities >
It is with great pleasure that I share that this spring, for the first time, we at Texas A&M have opened our "Architecture for Health" Visiting Lecture series to the profession to access at no charge.
Design & Construction of Health and Healthcare Facilities in the Context of a Continuum of CareThis lecture series was made possible by the generous support of former students Ronald L. Skaggs, Joseph G. Sprague, and Craige Beale. This weekly lecture series focuses on the context of continuum of healthcare. Thought leaders and practitioners including health consumers, physicians, public health professionals, nurses, healthcare administrators, architects, engineers, landscape architects, building contractors and maintenance personnel will present a range of topics related to innovative new trends in health and hospital facility design.All but two of the sessions, take place on Friday (two Thursday lectures) at Noon central time.Click here for details
------------------------------George Mann AIAProfessorTexas A&M UniversityCollege Station TX------------------------------