Many people suffering from dementia are able to reside in their own house initially but eventually end up in a residential care centre. The talk examines a new concept that provides a sense of ownership and control for residents – a feeling of having their own home.
Putting Cleveland Clinic in place: findings and implications from mixed-methods research for place-based health
This session will describe and share the research methods and projects deployed to inform design and operational decision-making that helped Cleveland Clinic arrive at its current inpatient facility model.
This talk considers the Scottish Government’s 20:20 Vision for NHS Scotland, which established a strategy for safe, sustainable, place-based, person-centred care close to home.
Research has discovered seven known elements of enriched environments that simulate our brains’ biological and chemical operating systems. This presentation will review the physiological and psychological evidence for these seven elements.
Achieving universal health coverage remains key to the Sustainable Development Goals and the New Urban Agenda. This talk addresses how to overcome a sparse or lack of formal facilities across remote and rural areas.
This presentation will illustrate how the creative intelligence of design can transform and improve the physical and mental environments in behavioural health, and how by working in collaboration with service providers and users, we can design for better outcomes that can reach from an individual sense of dignity to the greater whole – a pebble in the pond, from individual to a global reach.