Published: Dak Kopec

Dak Kopec (Architecture) recently released the solo-authored textbook Person Centered Health Care Design published by Routledge. With more than 400 references and approximately 42 health conditions, this textbook is intended to assist architects and interior designers develop and design homes and public buildings based on individual health needs. Chapter content includes disease, injury, or congenital disorders resulting in an inability to perform activities of daily living. Person-centered health care design is a specialized area within the broader profession of interior design that focuses on a person's specific needs resulting from a health condition. Health conditions in this book include foundational knowledge about infection control, bio physiology, neuroscience, and introductory biomechanics.

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