A year ago, I started compiling a list of articles about how Covid-19 is changing how we think about healthcare facility design, including senior care and housing.
But the list got a little out of control.
And the thinking is evolving and changing. We know more now than we did last March.
So, I’m starting a new list to reflect more recent insights, ideas, and information — including some voices outside the healthcare facility design industry.
I’ve already shared many of these on social media. The Atlantic article about the history of air ventilation in hospitals and other buildings as an infection control strategy got over 2,000 views in my LinkedIn feed.
I’ll be updating this list every once and a while, so check back for the latest good stuff. And if you have an article you’d like for me to add to the list, post in the comments below or send me an email.
This column originally ran on Sara Marberry’s blog on March 12. Marberry is a healthcare design expert who has written/edited five books and is a regular contributor to Healthcare Design magazine. Marberry also is a former Executive Vice President of the nonprofit Center for Health Design.