Programming has been released for the Center for Health Systems & Design’s Fall 2021 Architecture for Health Visiting Lecture Series (Texas A&M University). The semester-long program themed “It Will Take Coordinated Teams to Design, Build, & Operate Health & Hospital Facilities for the Future” is open to industry professionals and the public via zoom. Most lectures are held at 12:30 p.m. CST Fridays, unless otherwise noted.
To see each Friday’s program live, visit tx.ag/Arch4Health21 (meeting ID is 940 1078 3106 and passcode is 698562).
Continuing education credits to be offered include: AIA- American Institute of Architects with Health, safety, & wellness credit, ASLA – American Society of Landscape Architects with Health, safety, & wellness credit and APA – American Planning Association.
Upcoming lecture topics:
- Sept. 24: “Experience Working Across Two Offices for a Complex, Multi-Phased Expansion for Renown Health”
- Oct. 1: “Creating Teaming Success for the Scottish Rite Sports Complex,” Frisco, Texas
- Oct. 8: “Reimagining the Multispecialty Medical office Building: Collaborating with the Multidisciplinary Team from Concept to Consensus”
- Oct. 15: “Facilitating the Flow: How to Navigate the Subtleties for a Successful Collaborative Process”
- Oct. 22: “Empathetic Design: Integrated & Collaborative Design for Healthy People & Environments”
- Oct. 29: “Developing a True Collaborative Team Approach & Maintain It Throughout the Project”
- Nov. 5: “A System-Wide Approach to Improving Brand Experience & Brand Image While Maintaining Consistency Across Multiple Projects”
- 2:30-3:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 10: “Collaborating to Design & Build a new Hospital for Baptist Health Care Brent Lane Campus,” Pensacola, Florida
- Nov. 12: “Healthcare Design – A World of Opportunities for a Complex Typology”
- Nov. 19: “Healthcare Facility Drivers – Planning Team Coordination”
Posted September 15, 2021