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Credits: 1 AIA LU/HSW; 1 AIBD P-CE; 0.1 IACET CEU
May qualify for learning hours through most Canadian architectural associations
Lighting, daylighting, and control play critical roles in healthcare spaces and can impact the patient satisfaction scores that drive your client’s business. This Healthcare Design CEU covers the latest lighting and controls strategies that will impact your next healthcare project - including considerations for the patient room and patient experience, for advanced staff operations and the key technical lighting considerations that impact healthcare design.
Meg Pirouz is an account manager at Lutron Electronics. Meg has 10 years of experience working in the architecture and design community. As she's developed in her career, she has taken interest in lighting, lighting design, and the impact light has on spaces and the occupants inside. She's worked for manufacturers of lighting products, as well as spent time on the design side working for an electrical engineering & lighting design firm. Meg holds degrees in Marketing and Spanish from the University of Georgia. And she's excited to discuss the continued technology developments in lighting that support transforming the built environment to one that facilitates occupant comfort and wellness.
- Define lighting requirements in healthcare spaces.
- Apply dynamic lighting strategies in patient rooms.
- Design lighting and control systems in healthcare spaces that meet specific staff and patient.
- Evaluate different technical considerations specific to healthcare projects.