Architecture https://videos.med.wisc.edu Architecture videos at the Health Sciences Learning Center (c) 2017, UW Board of Regents. All rights reserved. How Neighborhood Design and Recreation Environment Variables Affect Physical Activity in Adolescents https://videos.med.wisc.edu/videos/1689 Presented by James F. Sallis, PhD; James F. Sallis, PhD 2008-02-21 The Role of the Built Environment in Obesity Prevention https://videos.med.wisc.edu/videos/2041 Presented by James F. Sallis, PhD 2008-02-21 Past, Present and Future of the University of Wisconsin-Madison Campus https://videos.med.wisc.edu/videos/255 Alan Fish, associate vice chancellor for Facilities Planning and Management at the University of Wisconsin–Madison speaks on the Campus Master Plan at the Health Sciences Learning Center on May 23, 2007.Presented by Alan Fish 2007-05-23 Exploring Health and Place from a Designing and Planning Perspective https://videos.med.wisc.edu/videos/193 Samuel Dennis, Jr., PhD, RLA, ASLA is both a geographer and a licensed landscape architect whose research and practice focuses on the relationship between the built environment and quality of life. In this presentation he will discuss recent interdisciplinary research focused on health and place at the neighborhood scale.Presented by Samuel Dennis, PhD, RLA, ASLA 2007-02-06 Applying a User Centered Quality Model to Healthcare Environments https://videos.med.wisc.edu/videos/1762 Michael O'Neil, PhD, addresses the importance of a "user-centered" approach to design and management of healthcare environments. Users include patients, visitors and staff. This presentation asserts that assessment of healthcare facility quality must go beyond existing (important) measures of patient health outcomes, and include the impact of design of space on the quality of the user experience. A Six-Sigma based approach to implementing user-centered quality measures is then discussed. O'Neil's current research on Cancer Treatment Centers will also be briefly addressed.Presented by Michael O'Neil, PhD 2007-02-02 Can Environmental Design Be Therapeutic for Older Adults? https://videos.med.wisc.edu/videos/142 Michael Hunt spoke on "Can Environmental Design Be Therapeutic for Older Adults?" at the 2006 Littlefield Leadership Lecture series at the Health Sciences Learning Center on September 22nd.Presented by Michael Hunt, Arch D 2006-09-22