GBA/GIP Virtual Programming: The Hub – Innovative Shared Workspace - Pre, During and Post Pandemic for Clinical Faculty - October 31

Includes a Live Web Event on 10/31/2022 at 4:00 PM (EDT)

At the start of 2019, the Anschutz Medical Campus had a space deficit of 245 offices in its accommodation of full-time clinical faculty. Our previous model of providing clinical faculty members with dedicated individual or shared offices had proven to be unsustainable. A strategy of leasing space off campus for this purpose proved to be even less fiscally prudent. The Hub project has allowed CU Anschutz to provide a successful shared work environment designed to foster collaboration, cross-disciplinary communication, and faculty wellbeing, while simultaneously increasing overall occupant capacity (FTE/GSF) within an existing facility. The Hub exemplifies a new, more flexible workplace modality more in tune with the zeitgeist of a 21st Century open and shared work-space culture.

Learning Objectives:

  • Recount the successful example of an innovative shared workspace solution to clinical faculty office space deficits. Navigate the process involved in formulating, achieving buy-in, and ultimately actualizing the solution.
  • Discuss lessons learned, how real-time changes were made or adjusted in response to COVID and faculty needs, and how to pull from operations and work models for other user groups.
  • Access CU Anschutz Hub success metrics; allowing leadership at other academic medical institutions to have the confidence to begin to implement similar space strategies.

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Terri Carrothers

Executive Vice Chancellor of Administration & Finance
Chief Financial Officer
University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus

John Moore, MBA

Associate Dean, Administration & Finance
University of Colorado School of Medicine

Suzann Staal, M.Arch

Director of Planning and Facilities
University of Colorado School of Medicine

Christopher Smith, MBA

Vice Chancellor of Information Strategy & Services
University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus

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Attendance at this webinar will provide 1 hour of Continuing Professional Education credits in the areas of Business Management and Organization. The program level for this meeting is basic. The delivery method is Group-Internet. No prerequisites or advance preparation is required. For more information regarding AAMC administrative policies, please contact Heather Sacks at hsacks@aamc.org.

After completing this webinar, you will be able to:  

  • Recount the successful example of an innovative shared workspace solution to clinical faculty office space deficits. Navigate the process involved in formulating, achieving buy-in, and ultimately actualizing the solution.
  • Discuss lessons learned, how real-time changes were made or adjusted in response to COVID and faculty needs, and how to pull from operations and work models for other user groups.
  • Access CU Anschutz Hub success metrics; allowing leadership at other academic medical institutions to have the confidence to begin to implement similar space strategies.

You will be issued 1 credit for every 50 minutes you spend participating in a session. Partial credits will be given after the first credit is issued.

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