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Planning for Biosafety Environments – control of infectious disease in design projects
The Biosafety Design Initiative
Next start: 27-30 March 2017, then 1 x module monthly
The UCL Biosafety Design Initiative brings together experts from the UCL Centre for Clinical Microbiology and UCL Faculty of the Built Environment. With partners in microbial engineering and infection control, they are working together in designing the most successful interventions and supporting systems for the control and reduction in transmission of infectious diseases - wherever they occur in the world.
They are delivering an online series of short courses, supported by UCL Life Learning, for all those involved in the planning and design of biosafety environments.
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Their aim is to support an interdisciplinary community of practice from the fields of clinical microbiology, design, engineering and project management. They cover principles of biosafety design, measurement of infectious diseases, evaluation of clean and controlled environments and the design of transformative diagnostics processes, space and infrastructure.