Healthy Communities - Community Health Impact from COVID-19
2021 AIA/ACSA Intersections Research Conference: COMMUNITIES
Join an expert panelists discussion of how architecture has contributed to Black, Indigenous, & People of Color communities bearing the brunt of COVID-19, and how we do better going forward-can set up the post-pandemic discussion. They also explore technical concerns contributing to community health such as safe air quality and movement of aerosols as well as social determinants of health and designing for community connection.
- Learn about community health metrics.
- Consider the coming climate challenges and how to mitigate them (heat island effect, air pollution).
- Discuss what post-COVID neighborhood improvements and community health infrastructure will look like.
- Understand the technical concerns contributing to community health, the social determinants of health, and designing for community connection.
This course is part of a series
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