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  • Green Build Series: Energy & Water Benchmarking for Hospitals

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    Recorded on 5/6/2015 - Energy benchmarking tools keep evolving, and water is an increasingly precious resource that also merits analysis. Checking your patterns of consumption and comparing them with those of your peers in the healthcare industry can provide invaluable insight, and spark ideas for money-saving improvements.

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    Session Description

    Energy benchmarking tools keep evolving, and water is an increasingly precious resource that also merits analysis. Checking your patterns of consumption and comparing them with those of your peers in the healthcare industry can provide invaluable insight, and spark ideas for money-saving improvements. Using information from Grumman/Butkus Associates' annual healthcare benchmarking survey, Doyle will discuss typical usage patterns and provide methods for improving your facility's performance, including retro-commissioning.

    Learning Objectives

    • Learn about available tools for benchmarking healthcare facilities.
    • Learn results of an annual healthcare facilities benchmarking survey encompassing more than 100 healthcare sites, including both energy and water use.
    • Examine typical resource usage patterns for healthcare facilities.
    • Learn how retro-commissioning can dovetail with benchmarking to improve the sustainability of healthcare facilities.

    Presenters

    Dan Doyle, Grumman/Butkus Associates, Chairman
    Daniel L. Doyle, P.E., LEED AP O+M, held the position of President of Grumman/Butkus Associates, an energy efficiency consulting and sustainable design engineering firm, from 2000 until 2013. He is now Chairman of the firm, responsible for general management, marketing, and recruiting. He is also the principal-in-charge for numerous designs and studies. Dan's 30-year-plus career has focused on energy conservation and efficiency improvements in new and existing buildings, especially energy-intensive and mission critical facilities such as laboratories, hospitals, data centers, and specialized manufacturing facilities. Dan has received awards from organizations such as the American Society of Heating, Refrigeration, and Air-Conditioning Engineers and the U.S. Department of Energy for energy-conservation retrofits in existing buildings and for green building design. He is a board member of the International Institute for Sustainable Laboratories.Dan holds a BSME from the University of Illinois.

    Pricing

    Member: $0 Non-member: $29

  • Greencity Power

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 05/05/2015

    GreenCity Power designs, builds, owns, operates and provides all the capital to install high-efficiency, natural gas fired co-generation (electricity, heating and chilling) projects that work in parallel with hospital’s existing grid connection and back-up life-safety generators. Increase hospital profitability – by cutting energy expense No capital investment required by hospital Green the hospital – by cutting its CO2 footprint and reducing water consumption HHI Leaner Energy Challenge: Most clients achieve a 3-5% reduction in energy use Improve power reliability and security by having on-site generation, in event of an electric grid outage

    GreenCity Power designs, builds, owns, operates and provides all the capital to install high-efficiency, natural gas fired cogeneration (electricity, heating and chilling) projects that work in parallel with hospital's existing grid connection and back-up life-safety generators.
    • Increase hospital profitability – by cutting energy expense
    • No capital investment required by hospital
    • Green the hospital – by cutting its CO2 footprint and reducing water consumption
    • HHI Leaner Energy Challenge: Most clients achieve a 3-5% reduction in energy use
    • Improve power reliability and security by having on-site generation, in event of an electric grid outage
  • Sharing Call: Supplier Solutions - Is Your Facility Ready for a Power-Outage Disaster?

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 05/05/2015

    Recorded on 05/05/2015 - GreeenCity Power designs, builds, owns, operates and provides all the capital to install high-efficiency, natural gas fired cogeneration (electricity, heating and chilling) projects that work in parallel with hospital’s existing grid connection and back-up life-safety generators.

    Description

    GreeenCity Power designs, builds, owns, operates and provides all the capital to install high-efficiency, natural gas fired cogeneration (electricity, heating and chilling) projects that work in parallel with hospital's existing grid connection and back-up life-safety generators.

    Learning Objectives

    • Increase hospital profitability – by cutting energy expense
    • No capital investment required by hospital
    • Green the hospital – by cutting its CO2 footprint and reducing water consumption
    • HHI Leaner Energy Challenge: Most clients achieve a 3-5% reduction in energy use
    • Improve power reliability and security by having on-site generation, in event of an electric grid outage

    Pricing

    Member: $ 0 Non-member: $0
  • CleanMed 2012

    Contains 48 Component(s) Recorded On: 05/01/2012

    The recordings from CleanMed 2012 are now available. All the Concurrent Sessions were recorded and are available for free to members.

    Thanks to all the attendees, volunteers, and leaders that made CleanMed 2012 a success! The learning doesn't have to end when the conference does. Recorded conference sessions are now available to registered attendees! Explore the plenary and conference sessions delivered across tracks including Leadership, Climate & Energy, Waste Management, Green Building, Safer Materials, Greening the Supply Chain, and Food.

    Did you miss the event, or were you unable to attend? Practice Greenhealth members receive FREE ACCESS to the CleanMed 2012 recorded sessions through the Greenhealth Academy. You now access and download the presentation materials from most of the sessions held across the three-day event.

    Hope you enjoy the sessions.

  • Green Build Series: Implementing Biophilic Design Strategies in Health Care

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    Recorded on 4/16/2015 - This session has been approved for 1.0 AIA credit - Biophilic design responds to this affinity by bringing elements of nature - views, patterns, textures, materials, sounds, and more - into a building's interior, allowing an occupant to experience aspects of nature even while within a built space.

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    Session Description

    This session has been approved for 1.0 AIA credit.

    Biophilic design responds to this affinity by bringing elements of nature - views, patterns, textures, materials, sounds, and more - into a building's interior, allowing an occupant to experience aspects of nature even while within a built space. The basis of biophilic design theory was first established and proven more than 30 years ago, with Roger Ulrich's landmark study of patient recovery from gallbladder surgery showing that patients with a view of nature healed faster, and required fewer pain medications, than patients with a view of a brick wall. More recent studies have confirmed and expanded this insight, proving performance and economic benefits from increased health and productivity to better staff recruitment and retention to improved patient outcomes, so that biophilic design is increasingly being used in educational and corporate environments. Although LEED-HC and GGHC have begun to highlight biophilic design and its importance, its benefits have not been fully developed or utilized in healthcare settings. The reasons extend beyond mere unawareness or unfamiliarity, and include competing concerns for operational efficiency and infection control. However, it is certainly possible to meet these concerns while creating healing spaces that better reflect our innate affinity for nature and its contributions toward happiness and comfort. In this presentation, speakers will draw upon over two decades of healthcare design in the Pacific Northwest, and discuss exemplary biophilic projects like Seattle Children's Hospital, St Anthony at Gig Harbor, Doernbecher Children's, Randall Children's Hospital and Legacy Salmon Creek. Project examples will be used to highlight specific biophilic design strategies, from bringing the outside in (literally and metaphorically), to the use of materials that evoke nature and the surrounding region. In addition to putting the theory and approach into a historical and international context, discussion will be contextualized by highlighting design challenges and solutions and reviewing post occupancy evaluations by the caregivers, patients and designers.

    Learning Objectives

    • Define biophilia in general and, within the context of architecture, the variety of ways nature and natural analogues can be brought into a building.
    • Understand the context and benefits of biophilia within a healthcare setting and learn how LEED-HC, GGHC and other rating systems measure biophilia and encourage its use.
    • Recognize the challenges of applying biophilic design within a health care setting. Understand a variety of design strategies to bring nature and natural analogues into the modern healthcare context.
    • Contact with nature is recognized as a basic human need that boost spirts and improves wellbeing, particularly important for individuals who can't go outside because of poor health.

    Presenters

    Chris Chatto, Principal, ZGF Architects LLP

    Chris is a high-performance building specialist at ZGF with a depth of expertise in projects built for both public and private sector clients. His work focuses on optimizing building performance through energy and daylighting studies in early project development and tracking those building efficiencies in completed projects. Specializing in energy use and environmental studies, he is responsible for researching and facilitating the design of efficient and healthy buildings through the innovative use of materials, technology and design techniques. As an in-house expert, Chris allows teams to explore and integrate sustainable design and optimize building efficiencies in real time. As a result of his efforts, Chris has presented at numerous conferences, lectures and seminars throughout the country including Labs21, Tradeline, Living Futures, and the AIA 2 2030 Professional series. His contributions to project teams have led to more than 30 LEED Gold and Platinum certifications.

    Sue Ann Barton, Principal, ZGF Architects LLP

    Sue Ann Barton brings 30 years of professional experience in healthcare design and translating building programs into efficient environments for patients, families, and staff. Sue Ann has a particular expertise in the application of Evidence-Based Design principles, having worked with multiple Pebble Project® partners. She has led teams for complex projects and master plans, which have resulted in such projects as the Legacy Salmon Creek Medical Center, Randall Children's Hospital at Legacy Emanuel, the Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago, and Beacon Health Memorial Hospital of South Bend, Memorial Children's Hospital Expansion. Sue Ann is a frequent speaker on healthcare and design topics at national conferences including Healthcare Design, Healthcare Facilities Symposium and Expo, ASHE PDC, NACHRI/CHA, and AIA. She holds a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Oregon.

    Paul Evans, Principal, ZGF Architects LLP

    Paul Evans has 27 years of professional commercial interior design experience. Paul specializes in healthcare, corporate, financial and retail design. He has strong management skills with an emphasis on maintaining client relationships and encouraging team involvement. His responsibilities include programming, space planning, design development, construction document management, furniture and materials selection and construction administration. Paul is Green Belt Lean Certified for Facilities Design.

    Pricing

    Member: $0 Non-member: $29

  • Sustainable Operations Series: Embedding Sustainability in Hospital Operations through a Project-based Sustainability Training Program for Front-line Leaders

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 04/15/2015

    ​Recorded on 4/15/2015 - In order to truly integrate sustainability into hospital operations, effective engagement of front-line leaders is required. Senior leadership endorsement is a necessary prerequisite, but champions who are leaders of front-line staff are critical to educate and engage.

    Session Description

    In order to truly integrate sustainability into hospital operations, effective engagement of front-line leaders is required. Senior leadership endorsement is a necessary prerequisite, but champions who are leaders of front-line staff are critical to educate and engage. At University Hospitals in Cleveland, OH, we piloted a sustainability training program for front-line leaders across disciplines at one of our community hospitals in 2013. Prior to the training, we found in a survey that these leaders viewed sustainability primarily as something that is "tacked on" to business as usual, and often cited recycling as the sole example of sustainability that they could think of. The training session was a full day that started with a brief didactic presentation on sustainability in healthcare as well as a review of the health system and hospital's strategic priorities - including efficiency, wellness, quality & safety. Subsequently, the participants developed project ideas that would advance the organization's strategic priorities in a way that integrated principles of sustainability. The teams executed their projects and were asked to provide report-outs to a panel of senior leaders three months later, with a "winning" team being recognized based on a rubric that included the project's impact sustainability and contribution to the organization's strategic priorities. Projects were extremely impactful and high quality, including a chemotherapy waste reduction initiative and an employee wellness program - the projects went well beyond recycling and included innovative thinking about sustainable business practices. After the session, participants indicated in a survey that they were highly satisfied with the experience and were able to cite many more examples of how sustainability is applicable in their work compared to the pre-session survey. Hospital and health system leaders also indicated satisfaction with the quality of the projects executed as a result of the training, and felt that the program was effective in advancing key strategic priorities of our organization. As a result, we repeated the program for another of our community hospitals with similar positive results, and plan to continue offering the program systemwide. In this session, leaders from UH Geauga and Ahuja Medical Centers, the hospitals that have offered this sustainability training program to date, will share the story of developing, executing, and evaluating this training program as a case study that should help other hospitals and health systems to consider the development of a similar program for their own managers.

    Learning Objectives

    • Describe strategies to integrate sustainability principles with common hospital strategic priorities including wellness, efficiency, safety, and quality
    • Plan development of project-based sustainability training program for front-line hospital leaders
    • Outline case study of successful sustainability training program development, execution, and evaluation that resulted in integration of sustainability principles in advancing hospital strategic priorities

    Presenters

    Julie Novak, Director of Operations and Accreditation, University Hospitals Geauga Medical Center

    Julie Novak is the Director of Operations and Accreditation at University Hospitals Geauga Medical Center in Chardon, Ohio. University Hospitals Geauga Medical Center is a 226-bed, nonprofit acute care facility that provides a full range of inpatient and outpatient services. Julie received her Bachelor of Science degree from The Ohio State University and her Master in Business Administration degree from Lake Erie College. Julie is a member of the senior leadership team at Geauga Medical Center and is responsible the organization's Quality & Risk Management, Environment of Care, and Sustainability.

    Danialle Lynce, Human Resources Manager, University Hospitals Geauga Medical Center

    Danialle Lynce, SPHR, CPC, currently holds the position of HR Manager for University Hospitals Geauga Medical Center, where she is a member of the administrative team that sets direction for the hospital. When she joined UH in 2006, Danialle served as the HR Manager at University Hospitals Extended Care Campus and in an Organizational Development & Learning capacity with UH. Prior to joining UH, Danialle worked with manufacturing companies Avery Dennison in Painesville, OH, and Kennametal Inc. in Solon, OH. Spanning her long career in HR, Danialle has also assumed roles in sales and in compliance, giving her a well-rounded business experience. Danialle prides herself on being a thoughtful, engaged business leader with a deep expertise in human resources. Danialle earned her Bachelor's Degree in Psychology from Edinboro University of Pennsylvania and is a certified Sr. Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) as well as a Certified Professional Coach (CPC). Danialle loves to cook, travel, and push herself to be the best.

    Matthew Pietro, Sustainability Specialist, University Hospitals Health System

    Matthew Pietro serves as the Sustainability Specialist for University Hospitals Health System in Northeast Ohio. He has worked as a Development Associate for the New York Chapter of the U.S. Green Building Council. Returning to Cleveland, Matthew served as Interim Education and Outreach Coordinator for Cleveland Clinic's Office for a Healthy Environment. He also co-founded a farm in urban Cleveland called Central Roots, which sells seasonal produce to community members and local restaurants. As UH's Sustainability Specialist, Matthew works with the system's Sustainability Manager, Dr. Aparna Bole, in the project management and execution of sustainability initiatives across the health system.

    Pricing

    Member: $0 Non-member: $29

  • PGH Sharing Call: 45th Anniversary of Earth Day

    Contains 5 Component(s)

    Recorded on 2/26/2015 - Join Christina Vernon, AIA, LEED AP BD+C AVP for a Healthy Environment of Carolinas HealthCare, Lisa S. Burch, MPH Director, Sustainability and Social Responsibility North Shore-LIJ Health System as they share the exciting Earth Day of the past and plans for April 22, 2015

    45th Anniversary of Earth Day! Would you like some fresh ideas to celebrate the 45th Anniversary of Earth Day at your facility or business? Join Christina Vernon, AIA, LEED AP BD+C AVP for a Healthy Environment of Carolinas HealthCare, Lisa S. Burch, MPH Director, Sustainability and Social Responsibility North Shore-LIJ Health System as they share the exciting Earth Day of the past and plans for April 22, 2015. Joining them will be Kathy Gatto of the Hospice of the Western Reserve and many of you who have innovative and creative Earth Day activities.

    Presenters

    Christina Vernon, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, Assistant Vice President, A Healthy Environment of Carolinas HealthCare

    Christina E. Vernon AIA, LEED AP BD+C is the inaugural Assistant Vice President for a Healthy Environment at Carolinas HealthCare System, based in Charlotte, North Carolina. She and her team oversee sustainability practices and measures for nearly 60,000 employees and over 900 care sites in its portfolio, with sites across North and South Carolina. Ms. Vernon is a registered architect with more than 15 years' experience, most of which focuses exclusively on healthcare planning, construction and operations. The Office for a Healthy Environment is a center of excellence that advises sustainability practices throughout the enterprise and co-chairs the enterprise Energy and Facility Management Committee. In support of healthy environments for healthy communities, her team's efforts promote healthy operations, conserving resources and cultivating a culture of conservation. Carolinas HealthCare System is a member of the US Green Building Council, the Healthier Hospitals Initiative and Practice Greenhealth, and is a proud ENERGY STAR Partner.

    Prior to joining Carolinas HealthCare System in 2013, Ms. Vernon served as Executive Sustainability Officer for Cleveland Clinic, in Cleveland, Ohio. As the Office for a Healthy Environment's first leader, established in 2007, she led sustainability practices for nearly 40,000 employees and its over 23 million SF in its portfolio, with sites in Northeast Ohio, Florida, Las Vegas, Canada and Abu Dhabi. Under Ms. Vernon's leadership, Cleveland Clinic received more than 50 national, green healthcare awards from Practice Greenhealth since 2008, including induction into the Environmental Leadership Circle; and became the first healthcare provider in the United States to sign the United Nations Global Compact in 2008, and the first to apply the rigorous Global Reporting Initiative to its annual UN reporting process.

    Ms. Vernon received her Bachelors degree in Environmental Design cum laude from Miami University and a Master of Architecture degree from Columbia University's Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation. She is a LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Accredited Professional with specialty in building design and construction, and completed a fellowship in Tokyo focused on robotics and virtual reality in the construction industry. Ms. Vernon frequently speaks on sustainable change at healthcare conferences and within communities, perhaps most notably as a panelist for “The Greening of America's Hospitals", hosted at the White House in 2012 and the USC Center for Effective Organizations' International Sustainable Healthcare Symposia in Gothenburg, Sweden in 2010 and Como, Italy in 2012.

    Lisa S. Burch, MPH, Director, Sustainability and Social Responsibility, North Shore-LIJ Health System

    Lisa Burch, MPH, is the first Director of Sustainability and Social Responsibility for the North Shore-LIJ Health System in New York, the nation's third-largest, non-profit, secular healthcare system. Lisa is responsible for weaving sustainability and social responsibility into the fabric of the health system, establishing system-wide goals and processes to monitor ongoing progress.

    Lisa earned a BA from Clark University; an MPH from Hunter College; and in 2011 received a certificate in Corporate Citizenship Management from the Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship at the Carroll School of Management. Lisa has over 25 years of experience working in the non-profit sector; the last eight with North Shore-LIJ. Prior to her current position, Lisa ran the health system's Office of Sponsored Programs which managed over $35 million in Before coming to the health system Lisa was the Director of Clinical Operations for Odyssey House, a non-profit drug treatment facility in NYC. Prior to that she was the Director of Program Operations and the Director of HIV Services for the Osborne Association, a non-profit criminal justice organization. Lisa has also worked for Planned Parenthood of NYC, Safe Horizons and Lisa also teaches two classes at North Shore-LIJ's Center for Learning and Innovations and was an Adjunct Assistant Professor at Hofstra University. Lisa has been on numerous panels and webinars nationally and locally.

    Member Only Resource

  • ​PGH Sharing Call: Engaging Physicians in Green Health: Results from Physician Surveys

    Contains 2 Component(s) Recorded On: 02/12/2015

    Conducted on 2/12/2015 - With the support and guidance of the George Mason University Center for Climate Change Communications, the National Medical Association, a society of African American physicians, and the American Thoracic Society, recently conducted surveys of their members to assess the impact climate change is having on patients and patient care. Both studies showed that a majority of respondents are already observing health impacts of climate change among their patients.

    With the support and guidance of the George Mason University Center for Climate Change Communications, the National Medical Association, a society of African American physicians, and the American Thoracic Society, recently conducted surveys of their members to assess the impact climate change is having on patients and patient care. Both studies showed that a majority of respondents are already observing health impacts of climate change among their patients.

    Objectives

    • Participants will learn about the details of a climate change impact survey and clinical engagement and how they were conducted.
    • Participants will learn about the clinical experience of respondents with the impacts of climate change on the health of their patients, including data on how African American
    • patients are being impacted by climate change.
    • Participants will learn about the types of impacts being reported and actions recommended by the surveyed medical professionals

    Presenters

    Mona Sarfaty, MD, MPH FAAFP, Director of the Program on Climate and Health, Center for Climate Change Communication

    Mona Sarfaty, MD, MPH FAAFP is the Director of the Program on Climate and Health in the Center for Climate Change Communication. The Program collaborates with medical societies and research organizations to increase awareness, research, and preventive activity regarding the health effects of climate change. As a family medicine professor and physician for over 30 years at large academic health centers such as George Washington University Medical Center and Thomas Jefferson University, Dr. Sarfaty has engaged in research and teaching focused on primary care, cancer screening, and public policy, including the health effects of climate change. She has lectured at national and regional venues including medical societies, health plans, health departments, professional organizations, and government conferences. Dr. Sarfaty is the author of widely circulated guides and articles on how to increase cancer screening rates in practice and on improving practice outcomes by using the features of the patient centered medical home. She is also the author of two upcoming book chapters on climate change and health.

    Mark Mitchell, MD, MPH FACPM, Chair, National Medical Association's Council on Medical Legislation; Co-charie, NMA's Commission on Environmental Health

    Mark Mitchell, MD, MPH FACPM chairs the National Medical Association's Council on Medical Legislation and co-chairs the NMA's Commission on Environmental Health, which trains and coordinates advocacy on behalf of African American physicians and their patients, especially with regard to national chemical policy reform and climate change. Dr. Mitchell is also founder and Senior Policy advisor for the Connecticut Coalition for Environmental Justice. Dr. Mitchell has spent over twenty years working in the public health sector, including as Director of the Hartford, Connecticut Health. He has spent fifteen years working with communities to prevent and reduce environmentally related disease as well as to change policies that are detrimental to environmental health. Dr. Mitchell has served on several U.S. EPA and FDA advisory committees. He has received several awards for his work in environmental health and environmental justice.

    Who should attend

    Please invite your clinical, community benefit and sustainability teams for an informative discussion around climate change and public health. Participants could include Leadership Team, Chief Medical Officer, Chief Nursing Office, Community Health, Environmental Health & Safety, Sustainability or Green Team, Risk Management, Community Benefit Office, Researchers and Employee Health.

    Member Only Resource

  • Green Build Series - Going Green, Chasing Gold- The Story Of Methodist Olive Branch Hospital

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 01/27/2015

    Recorded on 1/27/15 - This is a rebroadcasting of webinar conducted in May, 2014 but featuring live Q&A section. Methodist Olive Branch Hospital, opened August 26, 2013 in Olive Branch, MS, features several green design innovations only rarely seen in the U.S., and is currently on track for LEED Gold certification under the LEED HC rating system.

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    Session Description

    Methodist Olive Branch Hospital, opened August 26, 2013 in Olive Branch, MS, features several green design innovations only rarely seen in the U.S., and is currently on track for LEED Gold certification under the LEED HC rating system. If certified, it would be the first LEED HC Gold facility in the world. This presentation will address some of MOBH's most innovative green design features, including a geothermal HVAC system and dynamic, photoelectric glass that automatically adjusts its tint to reduce solar gain. Using MOBH as a case study, design team members will explain how an Integrated Project Delivery model helped the project achieve the client's high expectations for energy efficiency while still remaining under a limited budget and on a fast-track schedule - 24 months from conception to completion. Presenters will go over a series of lessons learned, ranging from the challenges of selecting the most efficient HVAC system to best practices for implementing the IPD model. Attendees will leave with concrete, practical strategies for conceptualizing, selecting and installing green design elements in their own projects.

    Learning Objectives

    • Examine innovative green design features not yet common in the health care industry, including geothermal HVAC systems and photoelectric glass.
    • Outline best practices for HVAC selection aligning energy, maintenance and cost considerations.
    • Identify agreements and methods necessary to keep IPD projects on-budget and on-schedule.
    • Discuss how the IPD approach can facilitate more sustainable, efficient designs.

    Presenters

    Greg Gore, AIA, NCARB, Principal-in-Charge, Gresham, Smith and Partners

    Gregory A. Gore, AIA, NCARB, is a Senior Healthcare Principal for GS&P’s Nashville Design Studio. Having recently completed several greenfield and replacement hospital projects, Greg's clients have commented on his ability to blend creativity and functionality.

    Greg has been involved with a diverse range of projects with clients such as HCA, CHS Ascension, Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare and Mayo Clinic-Jacksonville. By exceeding expectations and project successes, ongoing partnerships have been established developing opportunities for continued GS&P involvement. He has also been successful implementing BIM and IPD methods for the new Middle Tennessee Medical Center in Murfreesboro, Tennessee and Methodist Olive Branch Hospital in Olive Branch, Mississippi.

    With over 25 years of experience in healthcare architecture, Greg brings exceptional leadership and knowledge to every project. Greg is trusted and respected by his peers, truly displaying a team atmosphere when it comes to working with all members of the project team. Greg is an AIA Member, as well as a registered architect in nine states.

    David Zegley AIA, NCARB, LEED AP, Project Architect, Gresham, Smith & Partners

    David Zegley, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP, is an architect in GS&P’s Healthcare market. David has more than 7 years of experience designing for a wide variety of healthcare clients, with a focus on sustainability and green design. Outside of the office, he enjoys designing and building furniture and spending time with his family.



    Eric Sheffer, LEED AP, Principal/Sustainability, Smith Seckman Reid Facilities Commissioning

    At SSRCx, a facilities commissioning and sustainability consulting firm, Eric manages a team of building performance and sustainability professionals who work with contractors, designers, and owners to build and maintain more sustainable facilities. His expertise is collaborating with project teams to achieve the performance goals and a high quality and environmentally sound building within the project’s design, operational, and budgetary parameters. Eric has worked on healthcare, corporate, and institutional projects for private, state, and federal clients.

    Eric began working with the sustainability of buildings and campuses while in graduate school at the Pennsylvania State University where he was involved in the research and writing of the Penn State Indicators sustainability report & manual. He worked in the design and construction of light commercial and green residential projects for several years. Eric serves as an adjunct lecturer on Building Systems and LEED® for Vanderbilt University’s Graduate School

    Pricing

    Member: $0  Non-member: $0  Construction Specialties Guest: $0

  • Leadership/Advocacy Series: Creating The Future - Environment And Sustainability In Health Professional Education

    Contains 2 Component(s)

    Recorded on 08/22/14 - Health professional education provides the opportunity to empower health practitioners of the future to build a practice based on knowledge and best practices in environmental stewardship and implement ecologically sound and healthy alternatives to health care practices that pollute the environment and contribute to disease.

    Session Description 

    Health professional education provides the opportunity to empower health practitioners of the future to build a practice based on knowledge and best practices in environmental stewardship and implement ecologically sound and healthy alternatives to health care practices that pollute the environment and contribute to disease. This session is targeted toward a nursing and clinical health professional audience. The presenters are experienced educators and clinicians who have lectured internationally and have significant experience promoting sustainability in health professional curriculum and clinical practice. The presenters have developed successful academic-practice partnerships aimed at building capacity of nurses and other health care clinicians in environment and sustainability. This session will describe opportunities to incorporate environmental health and sustainability into health professional curricula in order to promote a health care sector that does no harm, and instead promotes the health of people and the environment. Curriculum integration points for environmental health and sustainability, as a foundation for a long-term commitment to sustainability practice and programming, will be provided. A successful model for environmentally sustainable clinical practice in a hospital setting and collaboration with academic partners will also be provided.

    Learning Objectives 

    • Describe opportunities to incorporate environment and sustainability into nursing and other health-professional curricula.
    • Identify specific curriculum integration points for environment and sustainability.
    • List three ways that clinicians can incorporate environmental health into clinical practice in the hospital setting.
    • Discuss the Magee/CCAC academic-practice partnership and ways to utilize it as a model to build capacity in clinicians.

    Presenters

    Theresa L. Piekut, Professor of Nursing, The Community College of Allegheny County (CCAC)

    Terri Piekut integrated green initiatives into an Associate Degree in Nursing program through a partnership with Magee Womens Hospital in Pittsburgh. Terri will provide an overview of how this was successfully implemented to make a difference in how nurses practice in health care settings.

    Stephanie Chalupka, Associate Dean for Nursing, Worcester State University

    Dr. Stephanie M. Chalupka is Associate Dean for Nursing at Worcester State University. She was the recipient of the Charlotte Brody Award at CleanMed2012 in recognition of her work in promoting environmental health and sustainability in nursing education and healthcare.

    Judith Focareta, MEd, RN, LCCE, Coordinator, Environmental Health Initiatives, Magee-Womens Hospital of UPMC

    Judith Focareta is the Coordinator of Environmental Health Initiatives at Magee-Womens Hospital of UPMC. She was the recipient of the Charlotte Brody Award at CleanMed 2014.

    Pricing

    Member: $0  Non-member: $29