Workshops + Conferences
Professionals within medicine and allied health fields have begun to reach out to those in the design professions to ask for additional knowledge of the impact of architecture on their practice, and to acquire understanding of the design process itself. While multiple groups and organizations focus on healthcare and healthful design, our mission is to create networks whereby clinicians can efficiently share their insights of emerging technologies and practices that are increasingly transforming health & care delivery, provider wellbeing and enhancing patient care.
Clinicians for Design panel presentation
11 JUNE 2018, ROYAL COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS, LONDON, UK
EUROPEAN HEALTHCARE DESIGN CONGRESS, 11-13 JUNE 2018
Panel: Our unique panel of clinical and research specialists present their perspectives of the impact of design on their practice, performance and patient outcomes. This presentation focuses on clinicians whose procedures span the entire hospital, from patient beds, to crash carts in corridors, critical care, interventional radiology, operating theaters and procedure rooms. Their international expertise spans anesthesiology, critical care, infectious diseases, and medical education.
Eve A. Edelstein, PhD, M.Sc., M.Arch., B.A., EDAC, Assoc.AIA, Fellow, American Academy of Audiology (FAAA). Co-Founder, Clinicians for Design, Research Director, HxLab Perkins+Will. Board member Academy of Neuroscience for Architecture (ANFA).
Emma F. Stockton, MD, BSc, MBBS, Fellow Royal College Anaesthetists (FRCA), Fellow of the Australia and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists (FANZCA), MSc in Planning Buildings for Health. Consultant Paediatric Anaesthetist, Great Ormond Street Hospital, Department of Anaesthetics.
Anita Honkanen, MD, MS, FAAP (Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics). Chief of Pediatric Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine at Stanford University School of Medicine. Previous Medical Director for the Perioperative Services at Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford for 10 years.
Maria Savoia, MD, BA. Dean Medical Education, School of Medicine, and Infectious Disease Division, Department of Medicine at University California San Diego. Chair, Board of Directors, National Residency Matching Program; Site visitor, Liaison Commission on Medical Education, the accrediting body for medical schools. Dr. Savoia has served as Chair American Medical Association’s Governing Council of the Section on Medical Schools; Advisory Board National Board of Medical Examiners.
Ruchi Masand, Ph.D., M.Sc., Biotechnology, Molecular and Human Genetics and Metabolism, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston TX. Researcher, HxLab Perkins+Will.
Diana C. Anderson, MD, M.Arch, American College of Healthcare Architects (ACHA), American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM), HxLab Fellow, Perkins+Will, Co-founder, Clinicians for Design. Fellow HxLab Perkins+Will.
Panel: Led by Dr Eve Edelstein (Director) and Dr Diana Anderson (Fellow)
Sponsored by: HxLab, Perkins+Will
Links: European Healthcare Design Congress
BUILDING BLOCKS FOR CLINICIANS
1 November 2017, University of Greenwich
2 November 2017, PerkinS+Will, Whitechapel and Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children
A multi-disciplinary collaborative course to explore clinician input in healthcare facility design. The course is a collaboration between Dr. Emma Stockton from Great Ormond Street Hospital, Liz Whelan from the University of Greenwich, Jennifer Whinnett from London South Bank University and Dr. Eve Edelstein and Elizabeth van den Brink from the international architecture practice Perkins+Will.
STANFORD MEDICINE X
ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN FOR IMPROVED HEALTHCARE DELIVERY
17 SEPTEMBER, 2017, STANFORD UNIVERSITY
How might we re-envision the hospital going forward?
Designers can walk the halls and talk to clinicians, but it can be challenging to learn the intricacies of a profession and its details of practice. Hybrid professionals can provide integrated solutions which cross disciplines in new ways, thus bridging this gap. Encouraging architects to experience medicine from a perspective that is typically hidden and allowing physicians to realize how design can create a context for participation would allow for a deeper understanding of health care delivery. By applying design-thinking to medicine, multidisciplinary approaches for solving current health care challenges can be developed.
Clinicians for Design Forum
13 June 2017, Royal College of Physicians, London, UK
An invitation-only forum brings together clinicians with direct experience and expressed interest in transforming environments that enrich the healthcare interface. With a vision to enrich the healthcare experience, the workshop will discuss innovations and systems that may inform design guidelines and policies.
An afternoon session during the European Healthcare Design Congress will include presentations by clinicians and experts that include the NHS Future Hospital Programme. This session is open to registrants of the European Healthcare Design Congress.
Contact us for further information if you or colleagues may be interested in participating in Clinicians for Design.
Sponsored by: HxLab, Perkins+Will
European Healthcare Design Congress
11-14 June 2017, Royal College of Physicians, London UK
The European Healthcare Design Congress attracts 400 leading international researchers, policy advisors and practitioners from across the spectrum of both healthcare and design disciplines to share knowledge on the design of healthcare systems, services, technologies and environments. This year’s theme is Designing for change in people-centred health systems.