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Assistant Professor Hui Cai will present "The Cultural Impact on Healthcare Design," on Thursday February 5 at 4:00 pm in Malotte Hall at the Kansas Union. Her talk is part of the East Asia Tea and Talk Series sponsored by the KU Center for East Asian Studies. It is free and open to the public and refreshments will be served. Her talk will present a comparative study of Chinese and American nursing unit typologies starting with an overview of the current healthcare system in China. This will be followed by a brief introduction of the historical evolution of Chinese hospital design. It then addresses the question of whether seemingly westernized Chinese nursing units still retain certain characteristics of Chinese socio-cultural preferences, in particular organizational communicational needs that support the day-to-day operations.
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