COLLECTIVE D(ESIGN): Healthcare Designers at the Forefront
In response to our rapidly changing world, IIDA brings you a design-focused dialogue on the effects of a global crisis. Watch the second webinar in the series now.
Moderator John Czarnecki, Hon. IIDA, deputy director and senior vice president of IIDA, was joined by a panel of design leaders for an important discussion focused on healthcare design during this time of change on April 2, 2020.
How is the expertise of healthcare design professionals coming into play at this time? Are firms involved with immediate projects to adapt existing facilities or repurpose for surge capacity? Panelists shared their thoughts on what is needed in the near-term, and what the impact on healthcare design will be in the coming years
This webinar is registered for 1 IDCEC HSW CEU. To receive credit, you must watch the entire webinar, and contact [email protected] with your IIDA and/or IDCEC number(s).
John Czarnecki, Hon. IIDA
Deputy Director and Senior Vice President, IIDA
Donald Cremers, IIDA
Principal and Senior Project Interior Designer,
HOK, San Francisco
Tama Duffy Day, FIIDA
Principal and Firmwide Health & Wellness Practice Area Leader,
Gensler, Washington, D.C.
Manuel Hernandez, MD
Principal – Strategic Innovation and Health Care Practice Leader,
Kahler Slater, Milwaukee
Amy Mays, IIDA
Interior Design Director,
HDR, New York
The next webinar in the series, Design Online: The Education Community Responds to Change will take place on April 9, 2020, 1:30-2:30 p.m. Central. Register today.
In response to our rapidly changing world, IIDA brings you a design-focused dialogue on the effects of a global crisis. Join IIDA Executive Vice President and CEO Cheryl S. Durst, Hon FIIDA, Ryan Ben, IIDA’s student engagement & advancement manager, and a panel of educators and students for this important community discussion focused on design education and career planning during this time of transition.
This article originally appeared here in the IIDA HQ publication IIDA | Design Matters.