Designing Against Cross Infection

Presented by Architects for Health on 20 October 2005 at The Building Centre in London This Event was presented as part of the Building Centre’s Capital Health programme of events held during October and November 2005

Chair Richard Nugent, President of IHEEM
Overview Prof. Clive Beggs, Professor of Medical Technology, University of Bradford
Current Guidance For Architects Peter Wilson, Consultant Microbiologist at UCL Hospital
Current Guidance For Engineers Malcolm Thomas, IHEEM
Case Study: Barn Theatres,
Broad Green Hospital
John Knape, Nightingale Associates
Manufacturer’s Responses Liquid Plastics, Peter Mileham
Copper Development Assoc, Angela Vessey, Director CDA
Improving Control
Through Teamwork
Phil Nedin, ARUP

An Architects for Health Event – 20 October 2005


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