Mar 29, 2022
On Part 2 of today’s episode, “What Would Barbara Do?” Lauren Banas, Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Krug, a multi award winning furniture manufacturer of innovative commercial and healthcare solutions, is in the host seat! Lauren continues Cheryl’s conversation with Barbara Dellinger in part 1 of today’s episode by asking her several specific questions about current furniture and fabric specification requirements.
“What Would Barbara Do?” is a light hearted discussion about a very complex topic and answers questions that have been on the minds of healthcare design professionals continuously since the pandemic began in the United States in 2020.
Learn more about the Chemical Fabrics and Film Association by visiting: https://www.chemicalfabricsandfilm.com/.
Learn more about Evidence Based Design and The Knowledge Repository by visiting The Center for Health Design at https://www.healthdesign.org/.
Read the presentation from the 2021 HCD (Healthcare Design Conference) - The More You Know: Reduce Failures by Understanding Performance Requirements for Healthcare Durable Coated Fabrics and Surface Materials:
In Part 2 of Lauren’s conversation with Barbara Dellinger, they discuss:
Krug Healthcare Solutions is a multi-Nightingale award-winning furniture manufacturer. Krug has been recognized as a leader in the healthcare furnishings marketplace by senior healthcare designers and top healthcare facilities throughout North America. Krug is committed to developing outstanding product solutions that are beautiful, highly functional, sustainable, and deliver outstanding value. Krug takes an evidence-based, person-centered approach to all aspects of product design. Their comprehensive offering includes a variety of options for common areas, patient spaces, and administrative zones. Krug’s environmental commitment is strong. They continuously work to incorporate environmental sustainability in all business practices and manufacturing processes. For more information about Krug Healthcare Solutions, please visit their website at www.krug.ca.
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Learn more about how to become a Certified Healthcare Interior Designer® by visiting the American Academy of Healthcare Interior Designers at: https://aahid.org/.
Connect to a community interested in supporting clinician involvement in design and construction of the built environment by visiting The Nursing Institute for Healthcare Design at https://www.nursingihd.com/
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