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This statewide event is co-sponsored by the Agency for Healthcare Administration (AHCA)
and the Florida Healthcare Engineering Association (FHEA).

FHEA Program October 6 - 9th

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AHCA Program October 6 - 8th
- Seminar starts Sunday afternoon

The AHCA Seminar will be welcoming many nationally recognized speakers who will be presenting the latest trends in the ever-expanding horizons of health care facility design and construction. Beth Baker, author of a new book detailing intentional retirement communities across the US, will introduce us to new and innovative choices of aging in community. John Currie, renowned lecturer at Clemson University, will take us on a tour of health care facilities from past to present. Michael Murphy, the architect of the National Peace and Justice Memorial in Montgomery, Alabama will explore the concept of how buildings can actually heal through the experiential process of being in them. And we will hear about how some hospitals are expanding health care services far from the hospital campus to reach patients in non-traditional settings.

The five tracks of breakaway sessions will be held Sunday through Tuesday afternoons to concentrate on issues that are specific to each discipline. And this year the required two hour long Advanced Course will be offered for Architects.

The following outline of courses and speakers is your guide to two and a half days educational sessions and networking opportunities.

Sunday, October 6, 2019
7:30AM FHEA Golf Tournament Registration - Hawk's Landing Golf Club at Marriott
8:30AM Shotgun Start
8:30AM - 1:30PM FHEA Golf Tournament
12:00 Noon - 7:00PM
AHCA Seminar Registration - PALMS REGISTRATION

Sunday Afternoon Presentations 2:00 - 5:30 - Sago/Sabal
2:00 – 2:30 - SAGO/SABAL
Introduction to AHCA Seminar and Welcoming:
Scott Waltz, NCARB
Bureau Chief AHCA
Office of Plans and Construction
Tallahassee, FL

Thomas Gibson
President, FHEA
Memorial Regional Hospital
Hollywood, FL

2:30 – 3:30 -
Outpatient Strategy in an Emerging Market
Kari Vargas
Chief Operating Officer
AdventHealth Orlando
Orlando, FL

Mike Wood
Vice President, Construction
Medxcel Planning, Design & Construction
Indianapolis, IN

This presentation will review what two major health care organizations are planning for the immediate future. It will describe what hospital services are being expanded, why this is happening, and the new and sometimes unusual locations where these services are being offered.

Architecture/Fire Safety Session/ Facility Engineering
3:30 - 4:30
Doors and Hardware for Healthcare
Greg Meyer
Flad Architects
Gainesville, FL

Ramon E. Moll
Flad Architects
Tampa, FL

Many architects are still missing the basic requirements for doors and door hardware in the health care facilities.
This presentation will address code requirements for all types of door openings.

Mechanical/Facility/Electrical Engineering Sessions
4:30 - 5:30 - SAGO/SABAL
Medical Gas Emergency Preparedness/Shut Down Procedures
Paul Rumbos
Major Medical Hospital Services
West Berlin, NJ

Brian Andrayo
Director of Operations
Major Medical Hospital Services
West Berlin, NJ

This presentation will provide information of medical gas system emergency preparedness including shutdown procedures as pertaining to the new codes NFPA 99 and ASSE 6000. Templates for establishing procedures will be presented and discussed for use during emergency by clinical and operational personal for the orderly and safe shut down of facility medical gas systems.

AHCA Welcome Reception
5:30 - 7:00 PM AHCA Seminar Reception Meet and Greet (AHCA Attendees Only) - CANARY 1 & 2
This is a time to mix and mingle with old friends and make new acquaintances.
Monday, October 7, 2019
7:00AM - 5:00PM AHCA Seminar Registration - PALMS REGISTRATION
7:00 - 8:30AM AHCA Seminar Breakfast - PALMS FOYER
8:00 FHEA Trade Show Exhibitor Check-in/Move-in
10:30 - 11:00 AHCA Seminar Break (AHCA Seminar attendees only) - PALMS FOYER

Monday Morning Main Speaker Sessions 8:30-12:00 Noon SAGO/SABAL

8:30 - 9:30
Retail Healthcare
Tatiana Guimaraes
Senior Associate
Perkins + Will
Coral Gables, FL

Driven by patient consumerism, healthcare institutions have veered toward an outpatient environment. This presentation provides feedback on the demographics and businesses affiliated with this change; and discusses the various typologies that have emerged from it.
9:30 - 10:30 Real Life or Fake Life: Which will you promote?
Carmen Bowman
Culture Change Coach, Regulator turned Educator – Edu-Catering: Catering Education for Compliance and Culture Change
Denver, CO
How much of what is offered to people living in long term care communities is fake?
Much is at stake with fake. Let's call it out and consider why we think it’s okay. We’ll talk about examples: fake villages, fake post offices, fake bus stops, fake pets and babies, mock tails and near beer, the folding of fake towels and gigantic chess pieces. Let's compare it to real and what each says about how we care for and treat older adults. Being honest, the bias is to encourage all to move in the direction of real life rather than fake promoting the culture change premise “rampant normalcy.” Fake or real: which will you choose to promote?

10:30 - 11:00 AHCA Seminar Break in Palms Foyer

11:00 AM - 12:00 Noon With a Little Help from My Friends: Creating Community as We Grow Older
Beth Baker
Author and Winner of the Norman L. and Roselea J. Goldberg Prize from Vanderbilt University Press
Takoma Park, MD
Many people are taking the process of aging into their own hands and creating intentional communities of their choosing. But how successful and pervasive is this movement? This presentation will review what is working and what is not of this national trend.

AHCA Seminar Grab and Go Lunch 12:00 -1:00PM (AHCA Attendees only) Palms Foyer
First Sessions Monday 1:00 - 2:00PM

Architectural Session
1:00 – 2:00 - SAGO
Integrating Research into Practice: Redesigning C-Section Rooms Using a Systems Approach
Eduardo S. Egea, AIA, NCARB
Leo A Daly
Miami, FL

Ivan T. Ambrose
Leo A Daly
Miami, FL

Integrating research findings within a collaborative multidisciplinary design process remains challenging due to the difficulty in translating design research into meaningful and actionable information that both design and clinical audiences can utilize. This session presents an approach that was developed for leveraging the findings from a multi-year research project on human-centered OR design to support the renovation of existing C-section rooms.

Mechanical Engineering Session
1:00 – 2:00 - SABAL
Updates to ASHRAE 170
Michael Sheerin, PE, LEED, AP
TLC Engineering Solutions
Orlando, FL

This presentation will address the newest changes to ASHRAE 170 and how they impact the requirements in the 2014 edition of the FGI Guidelines.

Electrical Engineering Session
1:00 – 2:00 - CANARY 3 & 4
Proton Construction: An Electrical Experience
Ryan Snow
Project Manager
Gilbane Building Company
Jacksonville, FL

Jeremy Zinkofsky
Electrical Engineer
Affiliated Engineers, Inc
Gainesville, FL

Todd Whitehead

Tekton Architecture
Gainesville, FL

The presentation will present the unique MEP challenges of a Proton Therapy project regarding coordination issues, complicated construction issues that require exact tolerances in tight spaces.

Facility Engineering Session
1:00 – 2:00 - GRAND 6
Design and Construction of Investigational Drug Service Compounding Pharmacy
Charles Gaziano
Vice President of Operations / Principal
WorkingBuildings Group
Atlanta, GA

Everet S. Simmons
Director, Design and Construction
Moffitt Cancer Center
Tampa, FL

Elaine Strauss
Pharmacy Clinical Consultant
WorkingBuildings Group, Clinical Division
Atlanta, GA

Sandy L. Cohn
President / Project Director
RLF Architects
Orlando, FL

This presentation will provide an overview of relevant facilities and engineering updates included in the proposed revisions to USP <797> and <800> pharmacy compounding cleanroom standards. Additionally, the design and construction plans of an Investigational Drug Service (IDS) Compounding Pharmacy at the H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute will be discussed.

Fire Safety Session
1:00 – 2:00 - CANARY 1 & 2
Current Health Care Fire Record and the Changes over the Past Three Decades
Michael A Crowley, PE
Vice President
Jensen Hughes
Houston, TX

Recent fire loss data shows changes in the fire challenge in health care. Are we focused on the current risks or looking at the past fire issues in health care? We will explore the data and discuss what it means to todays Codes for health care.

2:00 - 2:30 AHCA Break in Foyer

Second Sessions Monday 2:30 - 3:30 PM

Architectural Session (2 hours)
2:30 – 4:30 - SAGO
Advanced Training: Impact Protection Under the FBC
John Farinelli, CBO, MCP, CFM, FSI 1, LEED AP
Vice President
JC Code & Construction Consultants, Inc.
Wellington, FL

This advanced, interactive, instructor led course provides technical information on impact protection requirements, calculating wind loads, product testing requirements under the High Velocity Hurricane Zone Test Protocols Volume, the applicable ASTM standards, and interpreting window product approvals as required under the 6th Edition (2017) Florida Building Code, Building Volume.

Mechanical Engineering Session
2:30 – 3:30 - SABAL
Dedicated Outside Air Systems (DOAS) in Healthcare HVAC: When and How to Implement
Mike Burton, PE, Sr.
Mechanical Engineer
Smith Seckman Reid, Inc.
Nashville, TN

This session will explore when and how DOAS should be implemented in Florida healthcare projects and lessons learned from recent project experience.

Electrical Engineering Session
2:30- 3:30 - CANARY 3 & 4
Purposefully Delayed Fire Alarm Notification
Larry D. Rietz
Jensen Hughes, Inc.
Westminster, CO

Often an owner has a strong desire not to activate fire alarm notification in their facility so as to not needlessly disturb facility operations and occupants, especially in health care occupancies. This presentation details the currently approved Code options for delaying the activation of fire alarm notification. These options include automatic notification, presignal notification, positive alarm sequence, and detector cross-zoning. This presentation will discuss the code requirements for each option and the critical considerations for an owner and designer, as well as the authority having jurisdiction who must approve these unique options.

Facility Engineering Session
2:30 – 3:30 - GRAND 6
MEP Health Care Infrastructure Resiliency Design - Post Storm Sandy
Steven Friedman, PE
Director of Facilities Engineering, Design + Construction
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
New York, NY

John Koch
, PE
Associate Partner
Jaros, Baum & Bolles Consulting Engineers, LLP
New York, NY

Long Island and New York City, New York was hit with the most devastating natural storm in its history. Various healthcare institutions were forced to evacuate patients and staff, while the storm destroyed the physical environment as well as the engineered system infrastructure, leaving the facilities without power, potable water, heating, cooling etc. This session focuses on major infrastructure components including heating systems, power, chilled water, and IT in the development of a resilient infrastructure network.
Fire Safety Session
2:30 – 3:30 - CANARY 1 & 2
Firestopping & Fire Resistance – an Executive Summary
Bill McHugh
Executive Director
Firestop Contractors International Association
Hillside, IL

Facilities manage their detection and alarm systems, sprinkler systems, as part of their culture. It’s got to be done. What about managing the Fire-Resistance Rated assemblies? Fire Barriers, Smoke Barriers, Fire Partitions, Smoke Partitions, Fire Walls, Horizontal Assemblies all require attention too.

Fire Resistance is as important as the detection/alarm and sprinkler system in the eyes of the NFPA 101, International Fire Code, NPFA 1. This program covers the proper Design, Installation, Inspection and Maintenance of Firestopping and Fire-Resistance assemblies – with key focus on firestopping. Learn the test standards that determine if the firestop product has been approved for use in a specific application, installation good, bad, ugly, inspection standards that are used in new construction and finally, code requirements for maintenance and management of these important barriers.
Third Sessions Monday 3:30 - 4:30 PM
Architectural Session
3:30 – 4:30 - SAGO
(Continuation of Advanced Training Course)

Mechanical Engineering Session
3:30 – 4:30 - SABAL
Case Study: Naples Community Hospital - Laboratory Renovation Using ERV (Energy Recovery Ventilation) and ACB's (Active Chilled Beams)

Nelson Long
Project Manager
Affiliated Engineers, Inc.
Tampa, FL

Lee Wehr
Director of Engineering
NCH Health System
Naples, FL

Gary Foll
Mechanical Engineer
Affiliated Engineers, Inc.
Tampa, FL

This is a case study describing the selection and design to renovate the existing hospital's laboratory during a multi-phase project that had to keep the laboratory operational throughout construction. The project included replacement of the existing 100% outside air handling unit and ductwork that were original and over 40+ years old.

Electrical Engineering Session
3:30 – 4:30 - CANARY 3 & 4
Generators and Emergency Preparedness
Jessica Treadway
Southeast Sales Manager Large Electric Power
Caterpillar Inc.

This presentation will focus on design, application, and maintenance considerations pertaining to standby emergency generators. It will include information on ratings definitions, including ISO and EPA ratings, and review a comparison of ISO ratings to Caterpillar definitions. You will hear about faciltiy design and how to build in protection with more than just a generator. And, finally, learn the importance of generator maintenance and how the preparation does not end after installation.

Facility Engineering Session
3:30 – 4:30 - GRAND 6
Fire Pump Testing-Requirements, Analysis, and Interpretation
Bruce Clarke, SFPS, UL-CRP
Property Head of Global Property Engineering Training
Charlotte, NC

This case study will detail how NFPA 20, Standard for the Installation of Stationary Pumps for Fire Protection, and NFPA 25, Standard for the Inspection, Testing, and Maintenance of Water-Based Fire Protection Systems, were used in the completion of a fire pump test analysis.

Fire Safety Session
3:30 – 4:30 - CANARY 1 & 2
NFPA 241 Safeguarding Construction, Alteration, and Demolition Operations
What Does this Code Mean for You?

James Peterkin, PE, LEED AP, SASHE
Principal, Life Safety Consultant
TLC Engineering Solutions
Philadelphia, PA

This presentation will focus on the requirements for Safeguards during Construction, Alteration and Demolition Operations (NFPA 241).

(Open to All Attendees)
Tuesday, October 8, 2019
7:00 – 8:00 AM FHEA Sponsored Breakfast (All Attendees) - CYPRESS 2 & 3
7:00AM – 4:00PM
AHCA Seminar Registration - PALMS REGISTRATION
8:30 - 9:30 Enhanced Private Sector Healthcare System Readiness
Michael Wargo
Vice President of Enterprise Preparedness & Emergency Operations
HCA Healthcare
Nashville, TN

Jake Marshall, MPS, CEM, FF/NRP
Senior Director, Enterprise Preparedness & Emergency Operation
HCA Healthcare
Nashville, TN

Through experience responding to disasters across the geographic footprint of HCA, this model has been developed, and extensively proven, to successfully target emergency resources in complement of coalition and governmental efforts. Several examples of this model's success were demonstrated during Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, Florence, and Michael, the 1-October mass shooting incident in Las Vegas, the 2018 California Wildfires, the 2018 City of Austin Water Outage, and the November 2018 Alaska Earthquakes. The model has been frequently cited by external stakeholders in their own after action reviews as a best practice.

These lessons will be shared via case study examples to discuss how other partners can adopt lessons from HCA Healthcare's Emergency Operations experience and apply them to strengthen their own readiness programs.

9:30 – 10:30
Design Learning from the History of Medicine
In Association with the American College of Healthcare Architecture
Introduction by:
William Hercules, FAIA, FACHA, FACHE
President, CEO
WJH Health
Orlando, FL

John Michael Currie, FAIA, FRSPH, RIBA
Healthcare Baskerville
Washington, DC

There is a rich history of medicine, science and Architecture with lessons for today’s designers. The knowledge gained from exploring the body of work in what has been come known as “the long 19th century”, while overtaken by modern science, teaches skills and insights about the healing purposes of the settings for healthcare based on scientific medicine.

Caregivers from history have relied on the design profession to create places that support important emerging patient care processes. These places and processes are based on science, faith, and beliefs of the time – some correct and some not.

10:30 – 11:00 AHCA Seminar Break - PALMS FOYER

11:00 – 12:00 Architecture That's Built to Heal
Michael Murphy
Founding Principal and Executive Director
MASS Design Group
Boston, MA

Architecture is not neutral; it either hurts or heals. Architecture has the power to project its values far beyond the building’s walls and into the lives of communities and people. Founding Principal and Executive Director of MASS Design Group, Michael Murphy, has leveraged this power of architecture in a holistic approach that produces community-centric buildings that are both beautiful and promote health, justice, and human dignity. Michael will showcase a series of recent projects that utilize the MASS practice model, and harness the power of architecture to wrestle with our most difficult truths, reveal hidden narratives of our social structure, and seek to reconstruct the systems that perpetuate injustice.

TUESDAY SPECIAL SESSIONS - Lunch in rooms from 12:00 Noon - 1:00 PM
Session I
12:00 Noon – 1:00 PM Healthy Living for an Aging Population
- CANARY 1 & 2
Freddy Kaye, Ph.D., L.D.
Clinical Nutritionist/Licensed Dietician
Tallahassee, FL

No one wants to grow old, but we do. This presentation will show how you can age with ease by eating well and regularly exercising the right way to enjoy good health into advanced old age.
Session II
12:00 – 1:00 What is AHCA? Introduction for New Players from Design Professionals - CANARY 3 & 4
Antonio J. Amadeo, AIA, ACHA, LEED AP, EDAC, AAHID
CEO, Principal
LDC International, Inc
Tampa, FL

Kevin Graff
Smith Seckman Reid, Inc.
Tampa, FL

Angela Holcomb, AIA
Gresham Smith and Partners
Tampa, FL

Ryan Murphy, AAIA, NCARB
Vice President
LDC International, Inc.
Tampa, FL

The course is an entry level course suited for architects, engineers, facility and project managers that are new to AHCA. The course will cover what is AHCA, a brief history of the agency, focusing on the plan review and approval process. Experienced members of the Architecture, Engineering and Construction disciplines will discuss lessons learned focusing on benchmarks. The presentation will allow you to gain knowledge on best practice and successful preparation for submissions and inspections. The presentation will address applicable codes and standards and include discussion on FGI 2018 revisions to the Functional Program section.

12:00 Noon - 1:00 PM AHCA Seminar Grab and Go Lunch (AHCA attendees Only) - ROYAL AND PRE-FUNCTION AREA

12:00 Noon – 2:00 PM FHEA Trade Show and Door Prizes Trade Show Floor - CYPRESS BALLROOMS 2 & 3

First Sessions Tuesday 2:00 - 3:00 PM

Architecture Session
2:00 – 3:00 - SAGO
Using NFPA 101 And The IBC Together
William E Koffel
Koffel Associates, Inc.
Columbia, MD

While significant changes to the IBC have resulted in greater consistency between the IBC and NFPA 101, some significant and some subtle differences remain. This presentation will explore cost effective ways to design using both codes but they need to be considered by the design team early in the process.

Mechanical Engineering Session
2:00 – 3:00 - SABAL
Commissioning Code Requirements Now and Future + Why We Fight
Mark Smith, CMC, CxA, CEM, BCxP
Business Development Partner
Smith Seckman Reid, Inc.
Tampa, FL

Dave Kistel
VP Facility Management/Support Services
Lee Health
Cape Coral, FL

This presentation is designed to teach construction professionals the Commissioning requirements of the Florida Building Codes, including those requirements for Health Care facilities complying with the FGI.

Electrical Engineering Session
2:00 – 3:00 - CANARY 3 & 4
Understanding Fire Alarm Survivability and Pathway Requirements
Tom Hammerberg
Hammerberg and Associates
Jasper, GA

This presentation provides information for a better understanding of fire alarm survivability requirements of NFPA 72. In addition, the description and usage of each new class of circuits and pathways will be reviewed for use in fire alarm design.

Facility Engineering Session
2:00 – 3:00 - GRAND 6
Taming the Monster of Temperature, Humidity, and Pressure in Operating Rooms
Walter Lamar, Ph.D., CHSP
Director EOC Compliance
University of Miami
Miami, FL

Jose L Ramirez, Sr.
Executive Director Healthcare Facilities
University of Miami
Miami, FL

This presentation will provide an in-depth analysis regarding the significance of maintaining Temperature, Humidity and Pressurization within surgical operating theaters. This study critically examines common myths and problems that surrounding the overall management THP in light of the empirical findings from theory and practice. Participants will be provided with a pathway to practical policy development; the process of applying a Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA) to determine risk, along with tested best practices that can be used to effectively manage Temperature Humidity and Pressure as guided by regulatory standards.

Fire Safety Session
2:00 – 3:00 - CANARY 1 & 2
NFPA 99 Hot Topics and FAQs
Jonathan Hart
Principal Engineer
National Fire Protection Association
Batterymarch Park, MA

This session will detail topics in NFPA 99 have been receiving additional attention as of late and also address many issues that are not new, but are a common source of questions. Topics to be addressed at minimum include the storage and use of oxygen and other medical gases, emergency power and essential electrical systems, and important changes that were made to the 2018 edition of the code.

Second Sessions Tuesday 3:00 - 4:00 PM

Architecture Session
3:00 – 4:00 - SAGO
Humanizing Technologies in Our Healthcare Designs
Ted Hood
Senior Project Manager
TLC Engineering Solutions, Inc.
Brentwood, TN

Taw North, RCDD, LEED AP
Technology Director, Principal
TLC Engineering Solutions, Inc.
Orlando, FL

Devices, machines, and integrated systems are infiltrating healthcare facilities. These technologies play a key role in improving patient safety and saving lives. Frequently they are implemented into designs without embracing human nature and our basic needs. Elderly patients are often overwhelmed with technologies they cannot use; patients are frequently frustrated, and solutions address only a segment of the patient demographics. Embracing the human element as part of a patient centered technology design is key for successful integration into the built environment.

Mechanical Engineering Session
3:00 – 4:00 - SABAL
Airflow Patterns and Flow Path of Contaminants in Hospital Operating Rooms
Kishor Khankari, Ph.D. ASHRAE Fellow, ASHRAE Distinguished Lecturer
AnSight LLC
Ann Arbor, MI

According to the National Nosocomial Infections Surveillance (NNIS) system of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) data, surgical site infections (SSI) are the third most frequently reported nosocomial infection causing substantial increase in healthcare costs. ASHRAE/ASHE Standard 170 specifies minimum 20 air changes per hour (ACH) for the operating rooms (OR). Reducing SSI requires effective sweeping of the bacteria carrying skin particulates out of the sterile zone and minimize air entrainment. This case study compares the performance OR ventilation system for various ACH and provides comparative insights into the temperature distribution and probable flow path of airborne pathogens in OR.

Electrical Engineering Session
3:00 – 4:00 - CANARY 3 & 4
UL2200 Stationary Engine Generator Power Packages
Arthur C. Evans
Senior Project Engineer, Field Engineering Services
Atlanta, GA

Robert Sly
UL Field Engineer
Tampa/St. Petersburg, FL

This presentation provides information regarding the involvement of UL in the certification of diesel generators. The presentation will cover the following topics:
• Identifying the need for a Listed Generator and the Associated Standards
• Markings Requirements for Stationary Generator Assemblies
• Types of Generators Covered by the Associated Standards
• Identification of Engine Generator Enclosures
• Generators Operating at 600VAC or more
• Field Testing / Field Evaluation
• UL & Local Authorities
• Emission Controls

Facility Engineering Sessions
3:00 – 4:00 - GRAND 6
Fire Alarm Systems – Replace or Upgrade?
Wayne D. Moore, P.E.
Vice President
Jensen Hughes
Warwick, RI

Many owners of fire alarm and detection systems often find themselves in a quandary when reviewing the condition of installed systems. This presentation will review the process of performing a system wide audit and will provide direction for decision making to determine the ability to phase the replacement or conduct an upgrade effort.

Fire Safety Session
3:00 – 4:00 - CANARY 1 & 2
Data Collection for Inspection, Testing and Maintenance
William Koffel,
Koffel Associates, Inc.
Columbia, MD

Michael Jenkins
Manager National Accounts Healthcare
Johnson Controls
Colorado Springs, CO

Tyler Brown
Business Development Manager
New Haven, CT

Toby Mann, CHFM
Rockledge Regional Medical Center
Rockledge, FL

Many NFPA standards are questioning inspection, testing and maintenance (ITM) requirements that are based on historical practices and not necessarily on collected data. This panel discussion will examine what is the best way to collect relevant data for inspection, testing and maintenance requirements and frequencies. The panelists will discuss the format of ITM data, forms used to capture ITM data, the amount of data to collect and the importance of standardized question sets. This session will also incorporate examples for health care facilities to illustrate how variations of questions will lead to different inspection results.

This panel discussion has been selected as one of the education sessions in NFPA Annual Conference 2019. For this AHCA meeting, we will cover the key learning with health care examples in order to address this important topic in the light of health care environment.

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