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Health, Wellbeing and Architecture Esta formação não está ativa.

Health is determined by where a person lives. From the design of private and public spaces to the understanding of the impact of these spaces on health, from the choice of building materials to the design of public spaces, health professionals and architects are important stakeholders in health promotion. This Curricular Unit aims to create a transdisciplinary perspective on the intersection of health and architecture, unveiling the health impact of (un)healthy living private and public spaces while fostering the transdisciplinary dialogue between architecture and medicine students, faculty and researchers for the discussion of future healthier environments.

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To know the main social and environmental determinants of health;
To analyze the main threats to healthy and confortable living spaces;
To identify good practices in the design of living private and public spaces that contribute for the physical and psychological health of the populations and their well-being;
To promote transdiciplinary discussions about the dangers, good practices and potential solutions to improve the design and construction of healthy spaces;
To integrate basic concepts of Public Health and Architecture for a better understanding and defense of healthier living spaces.

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Where
Faculty of Medicine
Taught in collaboration with
Faculty of Architecture (UP)
Type of Course
Continuing Training Unit
Duration
81 Hours / 3.0 ECTS

All the information presented relates to 2023/2024