As a dedicated group within Steelcase exclusively focused on education, we bring evidence-based design, technology and innovative solutions to education environments, wherever learning happens.
What does EBD stand for?
EBD stands for Evidence-Based Design
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
See other definitions of EBD
We have 89 other meanings of EBD in our Acronym Attic
- Employee Biographical Data
- End of Business Day
- Energy-Based Demodulation
- Enquiry by Design (various locations)
- Epidermolysis Bullosa Dystrophica
- Equivalent Building Dimensions (improved building downwash input for AERMOD)
- Error Burst Distribution
- Estación Biológica de Doñana (natural park in Spain)
- Europäische Bewegung Deutschland (German)
- European Business Development
- Executive Board of Directors (various organizations)
- Earnings Before Depreciation and Amortization
- East Bank Dart Association (Louisiana)
- East Bay Dischargers Authority (California; est. 1974)
- East Bristol Debtors Alliance (UK)
- Ebla Digital Archives (Italy)
- Edinburgh Ballroom Dancers Association (Scotland)
- Egyptian Biodynamic Association
- Ekurhuleni Business Development Academy (South Africa)
- Empresa Baiana de Desenvolvimento Agrícola SA (Brazil)
Samples in periodicals archive:
LEED Version 4: Driving Transparency in the Marketplace," and "Creating Superior Acoustic Environments in Schools with Evidence-Based Design.
He was an early adopter of CAD, involved in the design of private patient room nursing unit models, incorporated barrier-free design principals and utilized lean design practices in the 80s and promoted evidence-based design and green-design principals in the early 00s.
Cyber-enabled or online learning environments, built on carefully considered, evidence-based design principles drawn from the learning sciences, are places where new and promising learning ecologies can be found.
Pre-conference workshops immerse attendees in such topics as evidence-based design, supportive design for aging, environmental gerontology and housing development for seniors.
Key characteristics of evidence-based design in hospital settings include singlepatient rooms, use of noise-reducing materials, easily accessibly workstations, and improved floor layout for patients and staff (The Center for Health Design, 2005).
Space issues were of special significance in Children's Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders, a new infusion clinic setting where architects utilized evidence-based design principles and ergonomic planning in order to waste little to no space.
The presentation highlighted the patient-centred approach and the new concept of evidence-based design which will be implemented in all HMC hospitals.