Integration of the Disciplines: Is Integrative Design the Key to Health and Wellness Success?

This session will introduce interior designers, architects, and design students to expert panelists across government, industry, design, technology, and standards, who share their field perspectives on this issue. This seminar was recorded as part of the 2015 Impact Summit.

Central Discussion: Integrated design is a holistic method of design which emphasizes management empathy to promote innovation by exploiting different skills to enhance the synergies of the final deliverable interior or building. An integrated design process includes the active and continuing participation of users and community members, code officials, building technologists, contractors, cost consultants, civil engineers, mechanical and electrical engineers, structural engineers, specifications specialists, and consultants from many specialized fields. However, who will lead this charge? What is the call to action? How do various stakeholders get buy-in?

Learning Objectives

  1. Determine approaches for health and wellness in design to augment project return on investment.
  2. Discuss common barriers that are preventing effective integration among practitioners, specialists, clients and occupants.
  3. Understand the challenges and opportunities in achieving high-quality results and accountability through integrated design.
  4. Recognize cross-sector terminology related to health and wellness oriented design.

IDCEC Course Number: CC-105684; 1 CEU | HSW    Note: ASID will report CEUs earned to IDCEC on your behalf.

Access period: One year from registration date.

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Integration of the Disciplines - Welcome Video
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Open to view video. Please view this 40 second video for information on earning continuing education credit and course instructions. (THIS VIDEO HAS NO SOUND)
Section 1: Introduction, Special Needs, and Design Ecosystems
Part 1: Introduction
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Open to view video. This 19 minute video provides an introduction of the panelists and their areas of expertise, and an overview of integrative design concepts. (This video includes audio)
Part 2: Special Needs and Design Ecosystems
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Open to view video. In this 18 minute video, panelists talk about flexible office space and stress and continue to review toxicology. (This video includes audio)
Quiz 1
5 Questions  |  5 attempts  |  4/5 points to pass
5 Questions  |  5 attempts  |  4/5 points to pass You must score a minimum of 80% (4 correct responses) to pass the quiz. You will have up to 5 attempts to pass.
Section 2: Health and Wellness in Workplace Design, Flexible Office Space and Toxicology
Part 3: Health and Wellness in Workplace Design
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Open to view video. in this minute 14 video panelists and moderator discuss concepts about health and wellness and workplace design strategies. (This video includes audio)
Part 4: Flexible Office Space and Toxicology
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Open to view video. In this 16 minute video, panelists discuss designing for special needs and expand discussion on design "ecosystems" (This video includes audio)
Quiz 2
5 Questions  |  5 attempts  |  4/5 points to pass
5 Questions  |  5 attempts  |  4/5 points to pass You must score a minimum of 80% (4 correct responses) to pass the quiz. You will have up to 5 attempts to pass.
Integration of the Disciplines Course Evaluation
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9 Questions Please complete the survey to receive your course completion certificate.
IDCEC Course Completion Certificate
1.00 IDCEC CEU  |  Certificate available
1.00 IDCEC CEU  |  Certificate available 1 IDCEC CEU | HSW awarded upon successful completion of the course. Note that ASID will report CEUs earned directly to IDCEC on your behalf if you are an ASID member.