ABOUT THE COUNCIL
The Australian Health Design Council is a not-for-profit, non-government organisation established in 2011 that provides a forum for all professionals involved in the Australian health design sector to share knowledge, develop expertise, foster research and enhance skills in health facility planning, design and management across both the private and public sectors.
Our vision is to be a forum where people can share knowledge and expertise in the field of health facility design.
Research Blog Sharing an evidence base for health facility design with industry colleagues was one of the main reasons that the Australian Health Design Council (AHDC) was set up in 2011.
AHDC now has a well-established program of regular events for our members sharing health design innovations, evidence and experience.
During 2020, AHDC launched a Research Blog. This is a new and exciting journey for the AHDC, building upon our work over the last few years, and we invite you to join us on the blog. View our blog regularly and contribute your experience and expertise wherever and whenever you can. View the Australian Health Design Council research blog here: