In the April session of Hot Topics in Practice, planner and architect Erin Christensen Ishizaki reviews the integration of public health research into the design of better spaces and places.
You’ve heard of evidence-based public health, but what about evidence-informed real estate? In the April session of Hot Topics in Practice, planner and architect Erin Christensen Ishizaki explains how her work uses public health research and design as interventions to reduce chronic disease.
In this one-hour webinar, Ishizaki will explore ways public health practitioners and designers can collaborate, and how built environment partnerships can address some of the most prevalent, costly, and preventable health problems. Using project examples from nearly 20 years in the field, she will review how holistic, evidence-based design can maximize investments and promote vibrant community outcomes.
Register today and learn a new vocabulary and strategies for partnering with urban designers, planners, architects, and developers to influence the built environment and combat chronic disease.
Date: April 25, 2018, noon to 1:00 p.m. (PT)
Local, state, and tribal public health professionals; built environment professionals in planning, design, engineering, real estate, and facilities management
Erin Christensen Ishizaki, Partner, Mithun design firm
About Hot Topics in Practice
Hot Topics in Practice is a monthly webinar forum to discuss issues affecting public health practice.