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New Ways to Approach Building Design and Airborne Infection Control

By Barbara Foot | 20 Apr, 2017

"This is a noble chance I had which changed the way I look at design issues as an architect." (from a past course participant).

Brigham and Women's Hospital/Division of Global Health Equity, with support from USAID and in partnership with Harvard School of Public Health, CDC, MASS Design Group, and Northeastern University, is pleased to again offer the summer course, Building Design and Engineering Approaches to Airborne Infection Control. Focusing on building design as it relates to airborne infection control, the 2-week course will be of interest to architects, engineers, physicians, nurses, and those employed in the health sector with responsibility for building design. The course will take place in Boston, MA, USA, 31 July - 11 August.

Please use the link below for additional information and to submit an application.

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Roman Rodyna Replied at 4:06 PM, 20 Apr 2017

Dear Colleagues!
My name is Roman Rodyna, I am from Ukraine, my current position is deputy director of national public health center in regional development.
I do have interest to be attended Building design and engeneering approaches to airborn infection control due to my job responsibilities in field of control of health care aquired infections including tuberculosis.
I strongly need to update my knowledge in infection control to distribute them among Ukrainian health care workers, engeniers, epidemiologists. It will help to provide health care reforms in Ukraine and will contribute decreasing incidence in my country.
So, I kindly ask you to consider my candidature to participation this course and let me know the result by e-mail: .
I add my cv.

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