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Architectural Technologists by nature think holistically, considering the health and wellbeing of those occupying the spaces they design. This can include investigating concepts such as biophilic design and benchmarking schemes against the WELL Building Standard. However, it is sadly ironic that the health and mental wellbeing of young or early career architectural technology professionals new into the industry, and often tasked with designing such spaces, is sometimes neglected. I undertook a review of literature for a new report that I have authored entitled Changing attitudes towards the mental wellbeing of early career Architectural Technology professionals which has identified graduates of today as being of a generation which have a high potential for mental health issues.
|Number of pages||2|
|Journal||Architectural Technology Journal|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Jun 2020|
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- 2 Invited talk
Changing Attitudes Towards the Mental Wellbeing of Early Career Architectural Technology Professionals
David Comiskey (Invited speaker)27 Jan 2021
Activity: Talk or presentation › Invited talk
- 1 Commissioned report
Changing attitudes towards the mental wellbeing of early career Architectural Technology professionals: Background and guidance for employers, industry professionals, academics and studentsComiskey, D., 14 May 2020, 31 p.
Research output: Book/Report › Commissioned report › peer-reviewOpen Access