Program Announced for Virtual Spring 2021 Architecture for Health Lecture Series

Leading healthcare system administrators, architects and professionals in related fields will reveal collaborative strategies and case studies of innovative healthcare systems in the spring 2021 Architecture For Health Lecture Series, “Design & Construction of Health and Healthcare Facilities in the Context of Continuum of Care,” hosted by the Texas A&M University College of Architecture.

This spring’s public lectures will take place at noon most Fridays via zoom. For the first time, free AIA Health Safety & Welfare Continuing Education Credits will be offered. The viewer just needs to click on the date of the weekly lecture to be taken to the zoom page. For more details, visit Upcoming topics include:

  • Feb. 19: “Telemedicine and Other Strategies to Improve Community Health and Wellbeing”
  • Feb. 26: “Behavioral Health Facilities”
  • March 5: “Regional Health & Hospital Facilities, and Specialized Facilities Including Telemedicine”
  • March 12: “The Continuum of Care in Behavioral Health: A Study Across Two Teaching Institutions”
  • March 18: Special Care Facilities
  • March 26: The Centennial Tower, Houston Methodist
  • April 1: Specialized Health & Hospital Facilities: Women and Children’s Health Facilities
  • April 9: State-of-the-Art Healing Environments: Heart and Cancer Care
  • April 16: Wellness to Illness — a new look at one health system’s approach to the continuum of care through Cone Health’s Drawing Bridge Project, Greensboro, North Carolina
  • April 23: Acute Care Design for an Aging Population — “The Villages Regional Hospital, Case Study, The Villages, Florida

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Posted February 16, 2021

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