19 November 2015
Steinberg presented at Tradeline
Steinberg presented at Tradeline 2015: Facility Strategies for Academic Medicine and the Health Sciences on 11/19 and 11/20.
The presentation, Facility and Space Planning Strategies for New Pedagogies, Increased Enrollment, and Improved Student Retention, was presented by:
Bob Lavey AIA, LEED AP
Partner, Education Practice Leader, Steinberg
Andrea Stalker LEED AP
Associate Dean for Administration & Finance, University of North Dakota
Interprofessional education, team-based patient care, and shortages in the healthcare workforce are driving growth and change at academic health science institutions across the country. This session sets out the new funding, flexibility, technology, space utilization, and adjacency questions that need to be answered, and how leading institutions are moving forward with facility answers. Session leaders examine a range of innovative solutions including collaborative study spaces and lounges, technology-rich educational environments, and multi-function spaces for inter-professional, project-based learning centered on patient care. They detail the significant operating changes necessary to reorganize student learning for modern health science programs.
More information can be found here.
A University of North Dakota School of Medicine & Health Sciences case study brochure can be found here.
Click below for a PDF of the presentation.