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AAH1706: Architecture for Health, Perspectives Beyond Architecture for Healthcare

Joanna Lombard will share recent research into how the built environment shapes the population’s wellness, public health and economic development

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Focus Search - Lombard AIA University of Miami School of Architecture Architecture for Health: Perspectives Beyond Architecture for Healthcare Joanna Lombard, Professor, University of Miami School of Architecture & Miller School of Medicine Department of Public Health Sciences, Built Environment, Behavior and Health Research Group 18 July 2017 Courtesy of Friends of The Underline Miami and James Corner Field Operations JCFO Underline Brickell-Backyard existing proposed Learning Objectives – to be: 1. Discuss emerging roles of evidence-based design and wellness principles, market and regulatory forces, and new partnerships in shaping the healthcare built environment. 2


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Free Webinar: Part 1: Sampler: a History of Race and Urban Development in the United States

Part 1: Sampler: a History of Race and Urban Development in the United States Course Description This session will provide an overview of examples of how racial injustice is embedded in our built environment. Participants will learn about the history of race-based zoning, redlining, block-busting, racially restrictive covenants, and other determinants of inequity in the built environment

 12-07-2020 | 12:00 - 13:00 ET


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Free Webinar: Part 2: Learning From History to Take Personal Accountability

Free Webinar: Part 2: Learning From History to Take Personal Accountability Course Description The tools and practices designers learn in education and the profession look similar to those used to build systems of oppression into our built environment

 12-14-2020 | 12:00 - 13:00 ET


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AAH1701: Patient Safety Fundamentals for Healthcare Architects–Part 2

In the session, we will discuss the role of the built environment in preventing HAIs and the design professionals’ role in the ICRA process...Comprehend the role of the built environment in preventing HAIs. 2

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Focus Search - I believe that the built environment is both directly and indirectly responsible for HAIs



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Healthcare Design Conference 13

The Healthcare Design Conference is the premier event devoted to how the design of responsibly built environments directly impact the safety, operation, clinical outcomes, and financial success of healthcare facilities now and into the future

 11-16-2013 08:00 - 11-19-2013 08:00 ET


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2014 Spring Conference - COD NY

They embrace bold and often ground-breaking design thinking and inspirations, a different way of envisioning design possibilities to advance the development of our built environment

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Ancient Light in Residential Architecture (CRAN Symposium Webinar)

- Participants will learn how to scrutinize the effect site specific conditions have on the built environment

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2016 Summer Leadership Summit Speaker Presentations

Getting There from Here: Navigating the Transition to a Radically Reformed Healthcare Industry July 22–24, 2016 Renaissance Blackstone, Chicago, IL Co-hosted by the AIA/AAH and ACHA This was a comprehensive “deep dive” into the healthcare industry’s adaptation to revolutionary change....

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Focus Search - Impact of Natural and Built Environment on American Indian Health_Warne.pdf


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DFA Fellowship: Design for Seniors

Research topics should focus on the relationship between the built environment and resident quality of life and wellness of future models of care

AIA-DFA Fellowship Application 2020-2021.pdf