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CVA goes abroad

On November 30th CVA arranges a webinar on the theme “What is happening in healthcare design in my part of the world.”
​The idea behind the webinar is to support networking, share experiences and discuss issues related to the important area of healthcare design. There will be a panel discussion on trends in research, effects on healthcare design based on different contexts. Presenters and panel come from Brazil, Italy, the Netherlands and US. This is the first in a series of seminars on healthcare design in different contexts. Participation is free of charge. Link to registration.

The presenters are:
  • David Allison, FAIA, FACHA, Alumni Distinguished Professor and Director Graduate Studies in Architecture + Health, Clemson University, US
  • Stefano Capolongo, Professor, Direttore, Dipartimento Architettura, ingegneria delle costruzioni e ambiente costruito, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
  • Anjali Joseph, Ph.D, EDAC, Professor, Director, Center for Health Facilities Design and Testing, School of Architecture, Clemson University, US
  • Grant Mills, Prof Healthcare Infrastructure Delivery, Faculty of the Built Environment, University College London, UK
  • Andrea Möhn, architect/researcher, Andrea Möhn Architects, lecturer, Rotterdam Academy of Architecture and Urban Design, the Netherlands and Universities of Applied Sciences in Frankfurt and Dortmund, Germany
  • Marcio Nascimento de Oliveira, Arq. MSc. Professor at Universidade Estadual do Maranhão, VP of Brazilian Association of Healthcare Architecture and Engineering, Brazil.

The program outline is based on a 13.00 start, then presentations until 14.10, a short break and then discussion between 14.20-15.00

The Centre for Healthcare Architecture (CVA) is a national arena for the creation, translation, exchange and dissemination of knowledge about healthcare architecture. As an academic center, CVA conducts research, research training and contributes with basic and further training in the field. The research focus for CVA is buildings and physical environments as a support and a part of the interaction between healthcare, patients and architecture. 


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