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AHDC 2020 AGM and Education Oct Event 8

  • Thursday, October 22, 2020
  • 17:00 - 18:30 (UTC+10:00)
  • Online - Webinar
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Registration

  • Zoom Webinar
  • Zoom Webinar - Plus Membership

AHDC 2020 Annual General Meeting


A call for nominations for the 2020/21 committee will be sent to all members.

If a vote for the committee is required (if there are more nominations than available places on the committee), voting will take place online during the week up the AGM with results presented at the AGM.


Following the AGM, our webinar / online discussion will take place.


            



Education Event No 8:

Feedback from the European Healthcare Design 2020 and COVID-19 Global Summit

Kate Copeland, Jane Carthey and John Temple will share feedback (images, ideas and inspirations) from the European Healthcare Design Conference.

There were over 60 sessions, 200 presentations and 1000+ delegates and it is still possible to register and watch recorded versions of most sessions up until our AGM. 

Click here to register for EHDC virtual access


This feedback may include:

  • Perceptions from the first virtual congress
    Lessons learnt!  What worked?  What do we think the future holds?
  • COVID-19:
    Two days of talks from researchers, policy makers and practitioners from all over the world, exploring the healthcare design community’s response to the ongoing pandemic and sharing the lessons learned.
  • Awards programme
  • Designing for population and planetary health
  • Engagement users and community including Art


All are encouraged to take part in discussions!


Presenters:

Kate Copeland –
AHDC Chair 2019-20 – was part of the EHDC organising committee and the lead judge in the Healthcare Design (Over 25,000 sqm).


Jane Carthey –
Founder and immediate past chair of AHDC – Jane presented her doctoral research at EHDC 2020


John Temple –
AHDC Secretary 2019-20

About AHDC

The AHDC is a non-government organisation of professionals involved and/or interested in quality design of health facilities and is the conduit between knowledge providers and knowledge users in Australian health design.

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