Edinburgh 2014

The 2014 EuHPN Workshop was titled Thinking Differently About Healthcare Buildings: innovative infrastructure planning and design to improve the quality and safety of careYou can download the programme for the event here, and speaker presentations are available from the table below.

The Business Case for Building Better Health Care Environments

Blair Sadler, Senior Fellow, Institute for Healthcare Improvement, USA

Scotland’s Approach to Quality Jason Leitch, Clinical Director of the Quality Unit, The Scottish Government
 The Benchmarking Club Henny van Laarhoven, The Orbis Group, Netherlands; Erkki Vauramo and Petra Kinnula, Aalto University, Finland
The Strategic Contribution of Architecture and Design to New Models of Care Karin Imoberdorf, Director, Lead Consultants AG, Switzerland
A Picture of Health: An Exhibition from Architecture & Design Scotland Health Chapple, Head of Design Forum, Architecture and Design Scotland
Practical Experiences of Integrated Care in Skane County, Sweden Dr Sergio Garay, Ängelholm Hospital, Sweden
Trends in Hospital Building since the Introduction of Competition in 2009: the Case of the Netherlands Fred Bisschop, Director, nCZB, Netherlands
A Regional and Local Approach to Provision of Integrated Health and Social Care: Consequences for Building Design and Use Dr Luigi Bertinato, The Health Care Authority N.22, Veneto Region, Italy
Building a Caring Future Paul Brayson, Director, Northumbria Healthcare Facilities Management, Ltd, UK
Mind the Gap – Integrated Healthcare Services Between Hospital and Primary Care Marte Lauvsnes, Research Manager, SINTEF Technology and Society, Department of Health Research, Hospital Planning, Norway
Strategic Asset Management and Capital Prioritisation Peter Scanlon, VFA and Peter Haggarty, Health Facilities Scotland
Research Review of Single Patient Room Provision Eliane Schreuder, DuCHA TNO, Netherlands and Geraldine O’Brien, Health Facilities Scotland
Sharing an Evaluation of the Outcomes of Design Interventions at the Erasmus Medical Centre, Rotterdam Liesbeth van Heel, Erasmus MC, Netherlands
The New South Glasgow Hospitals Project (part 1) Paul Serkis, Commercial Director, Brookfield Multiplex, UK
The New South Glasgow Hospitals Project (part 2) Paul Serkis, Commercial Director, Brookfield Multiplex, UK
The New South Glasgow Hospitals Project (part 3) Paul Serkis, Commercial Director, Brookfield Multiplex, UK
Experiences and Plans in Implementing RFID/RTLS Systems Kazimierz Cieciak, Assets Management Department Manager; Mr Maciej Lanko, ICT Strategy and Planning Head of Department,  The Krakow University Hospital, Poland
Drivers for Finnish Healthcare Reform – New Models and New Facilities Dr Kati Myllymaki, Etela-Savo Hospital District, Finland
Putting Service Users at the Centre of Planning and Design Goran Lindahl, Chalmers University of Technology, Centre for Healthcare Architecture, Sweden
Improving Health and Social Care Environments for People with Dementia Efthimia Pantzartzis, Loughborough University, Civil and Building Engineering, UK
Serbia’s Healthcare System: Will Hospitals Have New Roles? Dr Zorica Terzic Supic, School of Medicine, University of Belgrade, Serbia
Innovation Procurement: Report from EcoQUIP Partner Sucha Beskidzka Hospital Dr Marcin Kautsch and Mateusz Lichon, EcoQUIP (Sucha Beskidzka Hospital), Poland
 Outcomes from the TNO/EuHPN Building Information Modelling (BIM) Seminar, 2014; Report on the STREAMER project Joram Nauta, DuCHA-TNO, Netherlands
 The STREAMER Project in Use: the Case of the Rijnstate Hospital, Netherlands Willem-Jan Hanegraaf, Rijnstate Hospital, Netherlands
Innovations in Architectural Concepts for Hospitals Maurits Algra, De Jong Gortemaker Algra, Netherlands
Current State of BIM and STREAMER: the Architects Design Methodology Martjan den Hoed, De Jong Gortemaker Algra, Netherlands
 Telly, telly on the wall Professor Nico van Meeteren, University Maastricht, Chair EUNNAAPA