Newbuild2018: 13-14 April, Erasmus MC

The next step in hospital design: presenting the New Erasmus MC

This congress, taking place 13-14 April in Rotterdam, Netherlands, is organised by Erasmus University Medical Center, EGM Architects, Royal HaskoningDHV, ptg advies and Juurlink [+] Geluk.  It features a range of top quality plenary speakers, panel discussions, workshops and guided tours which will tackle a range of issues:

  • Smart technology and innovation
  • Connected Human Spaces
  • Concepts for ambulatory care
  • Future-readiness of hospitals
  • Building process management

In addition, on 12 April, there will be a preconference workshop organised in collaboration wit the Architecture Institute Rotterdam (AIR).

For more information, and to register, please consult the programme folder.

EuHPN 2017 Workshop, 20-22 November, Turin, Italy

Future Proofing Health System Infrastructure

Design, technology and innovation to ensure a fit for purpose healthcare estate

The 2017 EuHPN workshop, which took place 20-22 November in Turin, Italy, welcomed a mix of health estates and facilities professionals, health system planners and policy makers, clinicians with an interest in the built environment, hospital directors, capital investment experts and healthcare architects and engineers for a fascinating three days of presentations and debates on how bes to future proof Europe's healthcare built environment.

You can download the final programme here, and nearly all of the speaker presentations are available here, or by clicking on the 'Workshops' tab and choosing 'Turin 2017'.   

This year EuHPN welcomed HealthManagement.org as the media partner for the 2017 workshop.  The network is very grateful to Primaned, PMWeb, EMEC Italy and Bender Italy for their generous support as workshop sponsors.

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EuHPN Workshop 2016 - Madrid 23-25 November - Healthcare Infrastructure for a Web of Care

European countries face an urgent need to provide their citizens with more personalised services, responsive to changing models of health and social care. This shift, encouraged by new technologies, is characterised by more distributed and decentralised care provision.  Hospitals focus increasingly on highly specialised diagnoses and treatments, while primary and community care adopt some features which were previously available only in secondary care centres.  Home care services, and forums for patient self-management, are becoming important factors in the overall care system, and non-clinical environments are playing a significant role in patient education and support.  These trends add up to a move away from care provision in traditional silos, towards a web of care which extends from the home, to spaces for work and leisure, and, of course, to newly imagined clinical environments.

The 2016 EuHPN Workshop addressed the effects of this societal change on the physical environment of care. A range of speakers from across Europe, including invited speakers from Spain, spoke on:

  • The rationale for the web of care, including service reform

  • How to plan for radical reconfiguration of healthcare infrastructure

  • Designs for a new generation of healthcare buildings

  • Health-promoting public spaces

  • Technologies which enable better care, in and out of health facilities

  • Implementing new care models and their supporting infrastructure.

The workshop programme and presentions from the workshop can be found under the 'Workshops' tab.