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Early-bird registration open for International Union of Architects Healthcare Forum



March 2, 2013
by Canadian Architect

Architecture Canada | RAIC will be presenting the 2013 International Union of Architects Public Health Group (UIA/PHG) Forum at IIDEX 2013, taking place from September 24-28, 2013.

This year’s theme is Get Better! and focuses on the pursuit of better health and better healthcare design at lower per capita costs. These issues will be explored in a wide range of in-depth seminars and exhibits over two full days – September 26-27 – during the hotly anticipated IIDEX, which takes place every September.

The forum will attract several hundred international healthcare architects and designers and will also include networking events, cocktail receptions, dinners, site tours and student programming. In addition, GUPHA – Global University Programs in Healthcare Architecture will hold its annual meeting, student charrette and reception during the week of IIDEX on September 24th at the Direct Energy Centre in Toronto.

Space is limited at this prestigious international forum, so ensure your attendance and save by registereing now at www.iidexcanada.com/uia-phg-healthcareforum/registration.


peterborough regional health care centre by stantec architecture ltd. photo by richard johnson photography.
peterborough regional health care centre by stantec architecture ltd. photo by richard johnson photography.


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