Programme for European Healthcare Design 2020


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Session 1: Opening plenary: Designing for population and planetary health


Chaired by John Cooper, Programme chair, Architects for Health, UK
Location: Wolfson Theatre
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08:45am
Chair’s welcome
Speakers:
John Cooper, Programme chair, Architects for Health, UK
09:00am
Keynote: Rescuing planetary health: the role of the health sector
Speakers:
Dr Howard Frumkin, Professor emeritus, University of Washington School of Public Health, USA
09:30am
Keynote: Climate change and healthcare: from threat to opportunity
Speakers:
Dr Nick Watts, Executive director, Lancet Countdown, UCL; Chair, NHS Net Zero, UK
10:00am
Panel discussion
10:15am
COFFEE, EXHIBITION & POSTER GALLERY

Session 2: Innovation, improvement and sustainable development


Chaired by Richard Darch, Archus, UK
Location: Wolfson Theatre
Sponsored by:

10:45am
Healthcare’s climate footprint: how the health sector contributes to the global climate crisis
Speakers:
Will Clark, Executive director, Health Care Without Harm Europe, Belgium
11:05am
The future of an architecture for health
Speakers:
David Allison, Director of Graduate Studies in Architecture + Health / Alumni Distinguished Professor, Clemson University, USA
Edzard Schultz, Partner, Heinle, Wischer und Partner, Germany
Eva Henrich, Architect, Heinle, Wischer und Partner, Germany
11:25am
Delivering the UK’s Health Infrastructure Plan: a new strategic approach to improving our hospitals
Speakers:
Simon Corben, Director and head of profession, NHS Estates and Facilities, NHS England and NHS Improvement, Healthcare Estates, UK (Invited)
11:45am
A manifesto for the new UK hospital building programme
Speakers:
John Cooper, Programme chair, Architects for Health, UK
12:00pm
Panel discussion
12:30pm
LUNCH, EXHIBITION & POSTER GALLERY

Session 3: Transforming health infrastructure


Chaired by Richard Mann, AECOM, UK
Location: Wolfson Theatre
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02:00pm
Delivering major projects and programmes – setting up for success
Speakers:
Kieran McDaid, Director, capital estates and major projects, Moorfields Eye Hospital, UK
David Powell, Project director, Velindre Cancer Centre; Executive director, Alder Hey Children’s NHS FT, UK
Peter Ward, Director, real estate development, King’s College London and Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust, UK
02:45pm
Panel discussion
03:30pm
COFFEE, EXHIBITION & POSTER GALLERY

Session 4: Masterplanning for major projects


Chaired by Sasha Karakusevic, NHS Horizons, UK
Location: Wolfson Theatre
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04:00pm
Silicon Valley at the tipping point: Stanford Medicine Project Renewal
Speakers:
George Ruhl Tingwald MD, MArch, Director of medical planning, Stanford Health Care, USA
Jill Sullivan MSN, Vice-president, Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital at Stanford, USA
Niraj Dangoria, Associate dean for facilities planning and management, Stanford University, USA
04:20pm
Feasibility study versus a masterplan – which project definition methodology works best?
Speakers:
Robin Guenther, Healthcare practice leader and firmwide sustainability principal, Perkins and Will, USA
Anthony Mistretta, Healthcare operations and strategic planning executive, Perkins and Will, USA
Jeffrey Dreesman, Western US healthcare practice leader, Perkins and Will, USA
04:40pm
Panel discussion

Session 5: Keynote plenary


Chaired by John Cooper, Architects for Health, UK
Location: Wolfson Theatre
Sponsored by:

05:00pm
Keynote: The art and science of the microcosm: Leonardo da Vinci’s Dissection of the Old Man in the Hospital of Santa Maria Nuova in Florence
Speakers:
Martin Kemp, Emeritus research professor, History of Art, Oxford University, UK
05:45pm
Panel discussion
06:00pm
Close
06:00pm
EXHIBITION, POSTER GALLERY & WELCOME DRINKS RECEPTION (Supported by: Bartlett Real Estate Institute, UCL)
Speakers:
Keynote: Professional education in healthcare planning and design to build workforce capacity
Prof Andrew Edkins, Professor of the Management of Complex Projects, Bartlett Real Estate Institute, UCL, UK

Session 6: The future hospital


Chaired by Richard Cantlay, Mott MacDonald, UK
Location: Seligman Theatre
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10:45am
Human-centred design for tomorrow’s healing environments
Speakers:
Clark Miller, Managing principal, Perkins and Will, USA
Dr Eve Edelstein, Director of Human Experience Lab, Perkins and Will, USA
Emily Bateman, Project manager, Perkins and Will, USA
11:05am
Bringing proton-beam therapy to UK patients
Speakers:
John McIntosh, General manager, Rutherford Estates, UK
Kevin Turnbull, Director, JDDK Architects, UK
Mura Mullan, Director, JDDK Architects, UK
11:25am
Clinical research facilities – facilitating the realisation of population health
Speakers:
Niraj Dangoria, Associate dean, Stanford University School of Medicine, USA
11:45am
Advancing technology versus architectural and environmental design
Speakers:
Emma Smyth, Architect, HDS Architects, UK
Richard Lavine, Director, HDS Architects, UK
12:05pm
Panel discussion
12:30pm
LUNCH, EXHIBITION & POSTER GALLERY

Session 7: The smart hospital


Chaired by Christine Chadwick, Circle Health, Canada
Location: Seligman Theatre
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02:00pm
Integrated patient room ‘healing’ technology design – a stepwise approach
Speakers:
Merlijn Smits MSc, Design manager, R4heal, Radboud University Medical Center, Netherlands
Harry van Goor MD, PhD, Professor of Surgical Education, Radboud University Medical Center, Netherlands
02:20pm
Conceptualisations of AI smart hospitals by experts in teamwork
Speakers:
Johan van der Zwart, Assistant professor, Architecture & Health, NTNU, University of Science and Technology, Norway
02:40pm
Human-responsive healthcare buildings and neuroscience
Speakers:
Davide Ruzzon, Director, Lombardini22 Milan; NAAD Master, IUAV University of Venice, Italy
03:00pm
Panel discussion
03:30pm
COFFEE, EXHIBITION & POSTER GALLERY

Session 8: Navigation and digital wayfinding


Chaired by Michel Verheem, ID Lab, Australia
Location: Seligman Theatre
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04:00pm
Evaluating and optimising wayfinding in healthcare settings through biometric data and virtual-response testing
Speakers:
Saleh Kalantari, Assistant professor, Cornell University, USA
Robin Snell, Principal, Parkin Architects, Canada
04:20pm
Empowerment through digital wayfinding solutions
Speakers:
Steinar Valade-Amland, Head of strategy and business development, Triagonal Information Design, Denmark
Peter Donner, Partner, director, Triagonal Information Design, Denmark
04:40pm
Panel discussion

Session 9: Designing for older age


Chaired by Sylvia Wyatt, Healthcare consultant, UK
Location: Council Chamber
Sponsored by:

10:45am
Designing for the ageing population and aged-care workforce
Speakers:
Lucio Naccarella, Principal research fellow, University of Melbourne, Australia
Nikki Beckman, Director of research and innovation, Marchese Partners International, Australia
11:05am
Adapting interactive web-based healthcare services (e-health) for elderly population
Speakers:
Noemi Bitterman, Chair, medical design, Technion, Israel
11:25am
How can we improve hospitals with age-friendly design?
Speakers:
Laia Isern Meix, Architect, Vitaller Arquitectura, Spain
Albert Vitaller Santiró, Architect founder, Vitaller Arquitectura, Spain
11:45am
Museums at the heart of person-centred dementia care: the case of House of Memories
Speakers:
Kerry Wilson, Head of research, Liverpool John Moores University, UK
Carol Rogers, Executive director, National Museums Liverpool, UK
12:05pm
Panel discussion
12:30pm
LUNCH, EXHIBITION & POSTER GALLERY

Session 10: Designing for women and children


Chaired by Marte Lauvsnes, Sykehusbygg, Norway
Location: Council Chamber
Sponsored by:

02:00pm
Redefining paediatric healthcare services in Northern Greece in the context of the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Health Initiative
Speakers:
Moritz Spellenberg, Associate, Llewelyn Davies, UK
Deirdre Foley Wood, Director, ETL, UK
02:20pm
Don’t just design another hospital ward – respectful design for respectful maternity care
Speakers:
Dr Sarah Joyce, ESRC postdoctoral fellow and practising architect, University of Leeds, UK
02:40pm
Protecting the most vulnerable: NICU design as a population health imperative
Speakers:
Francesqca Jimenez, Researcher, HDR, USA
Renae Rich, Research analyst, HDR, USA
Regina Reynolds, Director of nursing-nursery services, Parkland Health and Hospital System, USA
Jeri Brittin, Research director, HDR, USA
03:00pm
Panel discussion
03:30pm
COFFEE, EXHIBITION & POSTER GALLERY

Session 11: Art and design in challenging environments


Chaired by Suzanne MacCormick, WSP, UK
Location: Council Chamber
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04:00pm
Multigenerational models of mental health design to support normalised living
Speakers:
Mark Carter, Director, Ryder Architecture, UK
Victor Muniz, Associate, Ryder Architecture, UK
04:20pm
Reconciling LEED and salutogenic attributes in residential care environments for the aged: Part II literature review and metric typology
Speakers:
Stephen Verderber, Professor, University of Toronto, Canada
Terri Peters, Assistant professor, Ryerson University, Canada
04:40pm
Panel discussion

Session 12: Designing for mental health


Chaired by Alex Caruso, Design in Mental Health Network, UK
Location: Linacre and Sloane Room
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10:45am
Anything but institutional – a new model of care for young people experiencing mental ill health – the New Orygen Development, Parkville, Australia
Speakers:
Tonya Hinde, Associate director, Billard Leece Partnership, Australia
Kerryn Pennell, Director of strategy and development, Orygen, National Centre of Excellence in Youth Mental Health, Australia
Paul Longridge, Associate, Billard Leece Partnership, Australia
11:05am
Creating a humane environment: the new National Forensic Mental Health Hospital, Ireland
Speakers:
Donal Blake, Director, Scott Tallon Walker Architects, Ireland
Ruairi Reeves, Director, Medical Architecture, UK
Professor Harry Kennedy, Consultant forensic psychiatrist and executive clinical director, Central Mental Hospital, Ireland
11:25am
Interrogating the ‘desktop precedent study’: a predominant but little-discussed research method in contemporary healthcare facilities design
Speakers:
Rebecca McLaughlan, DECRA research fellow, University of Newcastle, Australia
11:45am
Artworks for New Broadmoor Hospital
Speakers:
Peter Shenai, Creative strategist, Art in Site, UK
Martin Jones, Director, Art in Site, UK
Louisa Williams, Director, Art in Site, UK
12:05pm
Panel discussion
12:30pm
LUNCH, EXHIBITION & POSTER GALLERY

Session 13: Clinical engagement in planning


Chaired by Brenda Bush-Moline, Stantec, USA
Location: Linacre and Sloane Room
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02:00pm
A paradigm shift: providing critical care in a purposefully designed emergency critical care unit: a five-year post-occupancy analysis
Speakers:
Cemal Sozener, Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine, University of Michigan Medical School, USA
Benjamin Bassin, Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine, University of Michigan Medical School, USA
02:20pm
Physician engagement in the development of the Vancouver General Hospital Surgical Center
Speakers:
Peter Gooderham, Surgeon lead, VGH OR Renewal Project, Vancouver General Hospital, Canada
Shelly Fleck, Clinical project director, VGH OR Renewal Project, Vancouver General Hospital, Canada
Kelly Lefaivre, Surgeon lead, VGH OR Renewal Project, Vancouver General Hospital, Canada
02:40pm
Shaping sustainable health infrastructure through participatory design
Speakers:
Jane Carthey, Doctoral student, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
03:00pm
Panel discussion
03:30pm
COFFEE, EXHIBITION & POSTER GALLERY

SESSION 14: Designing for cancer care


Chaired by Karin Imoberdorf, LEAD Consultants, Switzerland
Location: Linacre and Sloane Room
Sponsored by:

04:00pm
Food, art and architecture at Maggie’s Oldham
Speakers:
Professor Alex deRike, Director, dRMM Architects, UK
04:20pm
Healthcare architecture education: designing the first Maggie’s Center in Israel
Speakers:
Nirit Pilosof, Postdoctoral researcher, Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, Israel
04:40pm
Panel discussion