On the 17th September 2017 a paper, titled ‘Unlocking educational social value, at the new Sunshine Coast University Hospital’, was presented to the Tertiary Education Management Conference in Melbourne.
The Tertiary Education Management Conference is organised in partnership by the Association for Tertiary Education Management (ATEM) and the Tertiary Education Facilities Management Association (TEFMA) and attracts around 800 professional managers from higher education and TAFE institutes, Polytechnics, Wananga, government departments, private providers and similar organisations.
The paper was co-authored by the team that lead the design and construction of the Sunshine Coast Health Institute (SCHI) at the Sunshine Coast University. Jill Nicholson RN, DipNursing, BSc(Hons), MA lead the development of SCHI on behalf of Queensland Health. Stephen Long Phd, BArch (Hons I), Architectus, was the lead design architect for SCHI. Aurecon were the engineers and were respresented by Aditi Saha BE Mechatronics, CPEng, RCDD. Lend Lease were the contractors responsible for the project and they were represented by James Wright DipSurv., MSC.