Programme for European Healthcare Design 2019


17th June 2019

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All streams; Session 1: Opening plenary


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

08:45am
Welcome and introduction
Speakers:
John Cooper, Programme chair, Architects for Health, UK
08:50am
Chair’s welcome
Speakers:
Richard Darch, Chief executive, Archus, UK
09:00am
Keynote: Designing the perfect health system: a global perspective
Speakers:
Mark Britnell, Global chairman and senior partner for healthcare, KPMG International, UK
09:30am
Keynote: Transforming healthcare through science, innovation and the arts
Speakers:
Geoff Mulgan, Chief executive officer, Nesta, UK
10:00am
Panel discussion
10:15am
COFFEE, EXHIBITION & POSTER GALLERY

S1 HEALTH SYSTEM DESIGN & INFRASTRUCTURE; Session 2: Architecture & wellness in the circular economy


Chaired by Jeremy Myerson, Royal College of Art, UK
Location: Wolfson Theatre
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10:45am
Blurring the boundaries – a new generation of NHS buildings
Speakers:
John Cooper, Director, John Cooper Architecture, UK
11:10am
The benefits of the circular economy on health and healthcare
Speakers:
David Cheshire, Director, sustainability, AECOM, UK
Sunand Prasad, Senior partner, Penoyre & Prasad, UK
11:35am
The life, death and resurrection of wellness: enriched environments for activated optimal health
Speakers:
Tye Farrow, Senior partner, architecture, Farrow Partners, Canada
12:00pm
Panel discussion
12:30pm
LUNCH, EXHIBITION & POSTER GALLERY

S2 PLACE-BASED HEALTHCARE; SESSION 6: Policy and practice of place-based health


Chaired by Sasha Karakusevic, NHS Horizons, UK
Location: Council Chamber

10:45am
Design of place-based health systems – lessons from Scotland
Speakers:
Susan Grant, Principal architect, NHS Health Facilities Scotland, UK
Heather Chapple, Design director, Architecture & Design Scotland, UK
11:05am
Health precinct design
Speakers:
Rebecca Moore, Director, Conrad Gargett, Australia
11:25am
Envisioning the future of health networks: hospital as part of a sustainable system
Speakers:
Eva Henrich, Architect, healthcare architecture, Heinle, Wischer und Partner, Germany
11:45am
Designing a global index of future-readiness for healthcare challenges
Speakers:
Gerard Briscoe, Research associate, Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design, Royal College of Art, UK
Gail Ramster, Senior research associate, Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design, Royal College of Art, UK
12:05pm
Panel discussion
12:30pm
LUNCH, EXHIBITION & POSTER GALLERY

S3 SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY & INNOVATION; SESSION 9: AI and digital innovation


Chaired by AndrewSmith, BDP, UK
Location: Linacre and Sloane Room
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10:45am
Using a central customer management solution with AI-based analytics to improve home-care operations
Speakers:
Jukka Korpela, Principal, Chainalytics, Finland
Krista Korpela, Researcher, LUT University, Finland
Toni Suihko, CIO, South Karelia Social and Health Care District, Finland
Pentti Itkonen, CEO, South Karelia Social and Health Care District, Finland
11:05am
Rural communities re-imagined with innovation in modular construction and digital (AI) technologies
Speakers:
Christine Chadwick, National senior director, infrastructure solutions, GEHC, Canada
Daniel Zikovitz, Principal solutions architect, GEHC, Canada
11:25am
Artificial intelligence and diagnostic radiology – trend or travesty?
Speakers:
Dan Gibson, Director of health facility planning, MJ Medical, UK
Kate Bradley, Senior consultant, MJ Medical, UK
11:45am
Hello Care: autonomous healthcare, home delivery
Speakers:
Greg Mare, Vice-president, healthcare practice leader, Americas, AECOM, USA
Dale Sinclair, Director – architecture, technical practice, EMEA, AECOM, UK
12:05pm
Panel discussion
12:30pm
LUNCH, EXHIBITION & POSTER GALLERY

S4 ART, DESIGN AND TECHNOLOGY; SESSION 12: From emergency to theatre: the art of design


Chaired by Noemi Bitterman, Technion, Israel
Location: Seligman Theatre and Platt Room

10:45am
Adaptability of an operating theatre suite
Speakers:
Rozalind Murphy, Associate architect, O’Connell Mahon Architects, Ireland
11:05am
Using the arts to reduce anxiety, aggression and violence at St Thomas’ new emergency department
Speakers:
Peter Shenai, Creative strategist, Art in Site, UK Louisa Williams, Director, Art in Site, UK
Martin Jones, Director, Art in Site, UK
Liz O’Sullivan, Arts manager, capital development, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust, UK
11:25am
Cognitive biophilia: making space for restoration
Speakers:
David Navarrete, Director, research initiatives, Sky Factory, USA
Skye Witherspoon, CEO, Sky Factory, USA
Bill Thompson, Director, international operations, Sky Factory, USA
11:45am
Comparative evaluation of ophthalmology outpatient clinic design by digital simulation
Speakers:
Nirit Pilosof, Architect and PhD candidate, Faculty of Architecture and Town Planning, Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, Israel
12:05pm
Panel discussion
12:30pm
LUNCH, EXHIBITION & POSTER GALLERY

S1 HEALTH SYSTEM DESIGN & INFRASTRUCTURE; SESSION 3: Foundations of healthcare design


Chaired by Mardelle McCuskey Shepley, Cornell University, USA
Location: Wolfson Theatre
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02:00pm
The role of intuition in evidence-based design
Speakers:
D Kirk Hamilton, Professor of Architecture, Texas A&M University, USA
Stefan Lundin, Partner, White Arkitekter, Sweden
02:20pm
Research 101: evidence-based design meets design-based evidence
Speakers:
Upali Nanda, Director of research, HKS, USA
Evangelia Chrysikou, Lecturer, Bartlett Real Estate Institute, UCL, UK
Dan Flower, Director of design, HKS, UK
Jane Ho, Director of healthcare, HKS, UK
02:40pm
Accelerating collaboration between clinicians & architects to measure and improve healthcare design
Speakers:
Andrew Ibrahim, Chief medical officer and senior principal, HOK, USA
03:00pm
Panel discussion
03:30pm
COFFEE, EXHIBITION & POSTER GALLERY

S2 PLACE-BASED HEALTHCARE; SESSION 7: Designing for whole health models


Chaired by Simon Kydd, WSP, UK
Location: Council Chamber

02:00pm
How to develop integrated care
Speakers:
Cressida Toon, Partner, Sonnemann Toon Architects, UK
Suzanne MacCormick, Associate director, healthcare advisory, WSP, UK
02:20pm
Pioneering the present: learning lessons from Kaiser Permanente
Speakers:
Tony Burley, Managing principal, IBI Group, UK
02:40pm
Guidelines for planning and design in a 4D healthcare system
Speakers:
Tina Nolan, Director of healthcare planning, Essentia Trading, UK
Regina Kennedy, Associate director, healthcare planning, Essentia Trading, UK
03:00pm
Panel discussion
03:30pm
COFFEE, EXHIBITION & POSTER GALLERY

S3 SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY & INNOVATION; SESSION 10: Applying technological innovation in practice


Chaired by David Martin, Stantec, UK
Location: Linacre and Sloane Room
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02:00pm
Personalised healing environment enabled by bricks, bytes and behaviour
Speakers:
Harry van Goor, Professor of Surgery, Department of Surgery and Healthcare, Radboud University Medical Centre, Netherlands
Rene Bleeker, Director, healthcare real estate development, Radboud University Medical Centre, Netherlands
02:20pm
Humanising experience at the Hepatic ICU: learnings acquired in the first year of service
Speakers:
Clara Rius, Architect and partner, Estudi PSP Arquitectura, Spain
Mario Garcia, Biomedical engineer – technology and equipment, Hospital Clínic de Barcelona, Spain
Miquel Sanz, Assistant co-ordinator of the intensive care unit, associate professor, University of Barcelona, Institute of Digestive and Metabolic Disease, Hospital Clínic de Barcelona, Spain
02:40pm
Implementing a VR platform as an evaluation tool for effective hospital design in Germany
Speakers:
Tatiana Epimakhova, Architect, Heinle, Wischer und Partner, Germany
Eva Henrich, Architect, Heinle, Wischer und Partner, Germany
03:00pm
Panel discussion
03:30pm
COFFEE, EXHIBITION & POSTER GALLERY

S4 ART, DESIGN AND TECHNOLOGY; SESSION 13: Hospital in the city: design evaluation


Chaired by Peter Fröst, Chalmers, Sweden
Location: Seligman Theatre and Platt Room

02:00pm
Cleveland Clinic: Findings and implications from mixed-methods research for place-based health
Speakers:
Nicholas Watkins PhD, Manager of performance analytics, Gensler Research Institute, Gensler, USA
Travis Tyson, Director of architecture and planning, Center for Design, Cleveland Clinic, USA
Michelle Gandolf, Director of market research and insights, Cleveland Clinic, USA
James Crispino, Global director of healthcare, health and wellness, Gensler, USA
Richard Tyson, Intelligent places strategy director, Gensler, USA
02:20pm
On-stage vs off-stage design challenges and solutions: a study at the UCLH NHS Foundation Trust
Speakers:
Keith Millay, Managing director, Steffian Bradley Architects, UK
02:40pm
Transition management of combined health services and infrastructural change
Speakers:
Liesbeth van Heel, Senior policy advisor and PhD student, Program Integrated Buildings, Erasmus University Medical Center, Netherlands
03:00pm
Panel discussion
03:30pm
COFFEE, EXHIBITION & POSTER GALLERY

S1 HEALTH SYSTEM DESIGN & INFRASTRUCTURE; SESSION 4: Beyond the hospital


Chaired by Bas Molenaar, Technical University Eindhoven, Netherlands
Location: Wolfson Theatre
Sponsored by:

04:00pm
From hospital to health campus
Speakers:
Richard Darch, Chief executive, Archus, UK
04:20pm
Place-based access to care and research
Speakers:
James Crispino, Global practice area leader – healthcare, community sector, Gensler, USA
Richard Tyson, Intelligent places strategy director, Gensler, USA
Louis Shapiro, CEO, Hospital for Special Surgery, USA
Chris Smith, CEO, Maplewood Healthcare, USA
04:40pm
Panel discussion

S2 PLACE-BASED HEALTHCARE; SESSION 8: Sustainable design in low-resource settings


Chaired by Sylvia Wyatt, AgeUK IW, UK
Location: Council Chamber

04:00pm
The parametric hospital: a model for all cases
Speakers:
Patricio Martínez, Partner-director, PMMT, Spain
04:20pm
Building resourcefulness: building health interventions with communities in Peru and Sierra Leone
Speakers:
Mikaela Patrick, Research associate and designer, Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design, Royal College of Art, UK
Dr Geordan Shannon, Research fellow, Institute for Global Health, University College London, UK
Nicole Minckas, Research Associate, Institute for Global Health, University College London Des Tan, Chief technology officer, STEMA, UK
04:40pm
Panel discussion

S3 SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY & INNOVATION; SESSION 11: Data-driven design and planning


Chaired by Christine Chadwick, GE Healthcare, Canada
Location: Linacre and Sloane Room
Sponsored by:

04:00pm
Increasing the pace and accuracy of design by integrating activity data and functional briefing
Speakers:
Conor Ellis, Head of health, partner, Rider Levett Bucknall, UK
Georgina Whitman, Senior consultant, Rider Levett Bucknall, UK
04:20pm
The integration of BIM data into the management of healthcare infrastructures
Speakers:
Abraham Jimenez, Head of service innovation, Pinearq, Spain
04:40pm
Panel discussion

S4 ART, DESIGN AND TECHNOLOGY; SESSION 14: Design quality in cancer care


Chaired by Karin Imoberdorf, Lead Consultants, Switzerland
Location: Seligman Theatre and Platt Room

04:00pm
Quality and design in cancer care: what does good practice look like?
Speakers:
Guy Barlow, Joint managing director, architecture, The Manser Practice, UK
Elizabeth Devas, Cancer environments design lead, cancer support operations, Macmillan Cancer Support, UK
04:20pm
A therapeutic environment for cancer patients: the oncology pavilion in Aranda de Duero, Spain
Speakers:
Angela Elisabeth Müller, Consultant and architect, Parra-Müller, Spain
Marta Parra Casado, Architect and consultant, Parra-Müller, Spain
Juan Manuel Herranz Molina, Architect, Virai Arquitectos, Spain
04:40pm
Panel discussion

ALL STREAMS; SESSION 5: Keynote plenary


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

05:00pm
Keynote: AI and digital innovation in healthcare: challenges and opportunities
Speakers:
Dominic King, Medical director, Google DeepMind, UK
05:45pm
Panel discussion
06:00pm
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