Madrid 2016

Details of the programme and presentations from Madrid 2016 are currently being uploaded.  Please return over the next few days.

The 2016 EuHPN Workshop took place in Madrid, 23-25 November, at the headquarters of the College of Madrid Architects (COAM).  This year we welcomed 70+ participants and speakers from a broader range of European countries than ever before, stretching from Finland to Serbia, and from Poland to Spain.  As with all EuHPN workshops, the speakers and members of the audience comprised a mix of experts: health system policy-makers, health planners, strategic asset investment professionals, healthcare architects, hospital directors and healthcare facility managers. 

Special thanks are due to the Puerta de Hierro and Mostoles hospitals, and the San Blas Municipal Healthcare Centre, who welcomed groups of participants to a study tour of their campuses on Friday 25th November.

You can download the final programme for the 2016 Workshop here, and the information about speakers here. The presentations from the workshop are in the table below.

Elke Jabukowski Health Policy Consultant, WHO Europe Region Thinnking big: how to be part of transforming care
Simona Agger

EuHPN Chair; Representative of SIAIS, Italy

A new urbanism for the new web of care
Dr Antonio Durán Director, ALLDMHEALTH, Spain Changing models of care in Spain in the context of European health system development
Dorjan Marušič Tetras, Slovenia Making healthcare accessible acros borders: the AdriHealthMob Project
Luigi Bertinato Local Health Authority No. 20, Veneto Region, Italy Cross-border healthcare in Europe: challenges and opportunities for promoting new models of care
Candace Imison Director of Policy, Nuffield Trust, UK Creating a web of care: why and how?
Steven Bannister Managing Director, Northumbria Healthcare Facilities Management, Ltd, UK The NHS Five Year Forward View and how the Estate can act as an enabler
Jim Curran Health Service Executive, Ireland The New Children’s Hospital, Dublin: driving a new paediatric care model in Ireland
Jose Maria Hurtado de Mendoza Estudio Entresitio, Spain The Municipal Healthcare Centres os San Blas, Usera and Villaverde
Anne Oster Hjortshoj Executive Officer, Department of Quality and Development, Zealand Region, Denmark – The Health  How short films on life with chronic conditions support a more coherent web of care
Alistair Rose Project Director, Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust, UK The Harbour Project: new environments and approaches to mental health care and dementia
Fred Bisschop, Theo Staats nCZB, Netherlands Developments in buildings for mentally disabled persons
Mateusz Lichon, Marcin Kautsch University of Krakow, Poland Possible e-health contribution to the web of care
Roger Pernas Valles CASA SOLO Arquitectos SLP, Spain  Designing for environmentally sustainable healthcare: the case of the Santa Lucia University General Hospital
Sara Sanson Azienda Sanitaria Universitaria Integrata di Trieste (ASUITS), Italy SmartCare Project and Friuli Venezia Giulia deployment site
Ines Fabregas PMMT, Forward Thinking Healthcare Architecture, Spain Clear Code Method: maximizing the accessibility of healthcare facilities
Jacopo Ordas Rafael de la Hoz, Spain The Rey Juan Carlos Hospital: designing for patient-centred care
Pentti Itkonen Eksote, Finland A new model of emergency care in Finland: what happens to the buildings?
Gunvor Ofsti South Eastern Norway Hospital Construction Agency, Norway The patient’s health service – how to further develop the health service to be best for the patient?
Gunn Haberget Norwegian Hospital Construction Agency, Norway Planning the patient’s health service – a case study from Helgeland, Norway
Liesbeth van Heel Erasmus MC, Netherlands Building a knowledge sharing network to deliver the evidence needed to transform care
Antonio Ocana AIDHOS Architects Two different approaches in PPP projects: Puerta de Hierro Hospital and Royal Liverpool University Hospital