Workshop Programme: 18-20 September 2019
Wednesday 18 September: Arrival, welcome, context and case studies
10.00 – 11.30
EuHPN member meeting
EuHPN member meeting EuHPN members are invited to a pre-workshop meeting to review network activity over the year and to look ahead at plans for 2020.
‘Silo West’ room at Launchlabs (Dornacherstrasse 192, 4053 Basel).
12.00 – 13.00
Arrival, registration and buffet lunch
Workshop participants are invited to meet speakers and other attendees for a simple lunch at the Launchlabs venue
13.00 – 13.30
13.30 – 14.15
14.15 – 15.00
15.00 – 15.30
15.30 – 17.30
17.30 – 19.00
Welcome and setting the scene
Marte Lauvsnes, EuHPN Chair, Norway
Micha Kämpfer, walkerproject, Switzerland
Michael Gustavsson, Ramboll Spearhead Healthcare, Sweden
Dr. Werner Widmer, CEO, Stiftung Diakoniewerk Neumünster in Zollikerberg/Zürich
Dr Antonio Duran, CEO, Alldmh Consulting, Spain
Mr Stephen Wright, Director, European Centre for Health Assets and Architecture, Luxembourg
Organising infrastructure differently
Prof. Christine Nickl-Weller, Nickl and Partner, Germany
Nirit Pilosof, Architect and PhD candidate, Faculty of Architecture and Town Planning Technion, Israel Institute of Technology
Hrafnhildur Olafsdottir and John Cooper, JCA Architects, UK
Drinks reception and networking
Title to be confirmed.
Getting It Right First Time: The Challenges.
Title to be confirmed.
Keynote address: The Swiss context for hospitals and healthcare.
Keynote address: Does size matter? What's the future for hospitals in health systems?
Hospital 4.0: Quo Vadis
Building for Change: predicting and evaluating healthcare building design using EBD
The same needs, different solutions: getting it right for patients in Switzerland, Palestine and the UK
Join us for canapes, drinks and informal discussions with colleagues at Werk8 – next door to the Launchlabs venue
End of 18th september day
Thursday 19 September: Inspiration and Interactive Co-Design Challenges
08.45 – 09.30
09.00 – 13.00
Keynote session: groups 1 and 2 together
Professor Reinhard Busse, Berlin Technical University, Germany
Group 1 joins the Prototyping Zone: co-design challenges
Group 2: Changing our Thinking, Launchlabs venue
Assuring and improving healthcare quality in Europe: effectiveness and implementation of different strategies
Alice Green, P+HS Architects, UK
Astrid Hansson, Kirsti Marttila-Gaard, Kristina Olsson, Region Skåne
Using the community to co-design community healthcare buildings
Patient collaboration in Region Skåne. Patients in the planning processes, crucial for the future
11.00-11.30 COFFEE BREAK
11.30 – 12.00
Anders Medin, White Arkitekter, Uppsala office, Sweden
Liesbeth van Heel, Senior Policy Advisor, Erasmus MC, Netherlands
Improving project delivery though systematic post-occupancy evaluation: Swedish examples
20 years of transformative change in hospital development
Group 2 joins the Prototyping Zone: co-design challenges
Group 1: Changing our Thinking
Learning lessons from cross-border healthcare design (title to be confirmed)
How can we perfect nursing home design?
The Foundry: making a success of integrated, population-based care for youth (North America/ Canada)
Shifting care resources using predictive analytics and AI: the case of Finland
Speakers from the Health Service Executive, Ireland and the Finance Department, Northern Ireland
Laia Isern, Vitaller Arquitectura, Spain
Professor Laura Arpiainen, Aalto University, Finland
Pentti Itkonen, CEO, Eksote, Finland
Workshop gala dinner: Join us for drinks and dinner, discussion and networking.
End of 19th september day
Werk8 venue next to Launchlabs
Friday 20 September: What did we learn? & Study site visits
08.30 – 10.00
Prototyping feedback – what did we learn?
Led by Micha Kämpfer, walkerproject, Switzerland
Group reflections on learning from the prototyping challenges
10.00 – 10.30 COFFEE BREAK
10.30 – 12.00
Miklós Szócska , Director, Health Services Management Training Centre, Semmelweis University, Hungary. Minister of State for Health, Hungary, 2010-1014
Rebuilding and reconfiguring health facilities for future care – lessons from Hungary and beyond
12.00 – 12.45
Dr Marisa Mason and clinical colleagues from National Confidential Enquiry into Patient Outcome and Death (NCEPOD), UK
Methods, doubts and data. How do we really know what patients and staff want from care models and infrastructure?
12.45 – 14.15
Study site visits
Choose from (preliminary):
• University Department of Geriatric Medicine FELIX PLATTER
• Children’s Hospital of Basel
• Roche Tower
14.30 / 15.00
Study site visitors returned to Basel train station