Turin 2017

The 2017 EuHPN workshop took place from 20 to 22 November in Turin, Italy.  Presentations from the speakers are listed below.

Dott Valerio Fabio Alberti, General Director of the Citta di Torino Azienda Sanitaria Locale (ASL; Local Health Authority) Healthcare infrastructure and health system policy in Turin and Piedmont


Professor Erik Fosse, Head of Department, The Intervention Centre, Oslo University Hospital, Rikshospitalet, Norway

Big data and cognitive computing in clinical decision making

Dr Peter Lanbeck, Skane University Hospital, Skane region, Sweden Horizon scanning in practice: building a future academic teaching hospital in Lund, Sweden
Eilish Hardiman, CEO, Childrens Hospital Group, Ireland The technologies underpinning Ireland’s new National Paediatric Hospital

Professor James Barlow, Imperial College, London, UK Horizon scanning the technology of care: implications for the healthcare built environment
Paul Vogels, Primaned, Netherlands
Digitize your capital projects
Simona Agger, EuHPN Chair and SIAIS board member Break through thinking: the healthcare sector and climate change
Maurits Algra, dJGA Architects, Netherlands

The STREAMER project: the realities of transforming energy use in hospitals

Dr Gianluca Ghiselli, Emergency Room Medical Director Asti Hospital, Piedmont Region

Optimising patient flow in emergency departments: saving time, energy and resources

Pentti Itkonen, CEO, Eksote (Finland) EuHPN Board Member on behalf of the Finnish Association of Local Government

Artificial Intelligence for health system planning

Tom Steele, Director, Health Facilities Scotland

RFID technology to optimize use of space and equipment
Paola Boscolo, Imperial College, London, UK Personalised medicine: Renal care in home settings
Danilo Martinucci, Business Development Manager, Bender Italia srl New Technological Solutions for Electrical Safety in Group 2 Medical Rooms in accordance to HD 60364-7-710:2012 and CEI 64 -8;V2:2015-08

Dr Daniela Pedrini, SantOrsola Malpighi University Teaching Hospital, Bologna; President of the Italian Society for Healthcare Engineering and Architecture; President of the International Federation of Healthcare Engineers Europe

The effects of patient-centered health system design on the built environment
Abraham Jiminez, Pinearq, Spain Future hospital architecture / Sensing the hospital environment
Martjan den Hoed, dJGA Architects, Netherlands

Design for sustainable, patient-friendly small hospitals

Rhonda Kerr, Health Economist, Clinical Services Planner Hames Sharley, Ph.D. Candidate in Health Economics, Curtin University; Director, Economics, Health Services and Planning, Guidelines and Economists Network International (GENI) Targeting capital investment for sustainability and patient benefit: evidence from 18 jurisdictions around the world

Angelo Ermidi, Key Account Manager, EMEC

Legionella risk: disinfection of the water system

Carole Crane and Paul Mercer, Architects for Health, UK

Guidance and Standards: the Future of HBNs and HTMs

Saga Karlsson, White Arkitekter, Sweden

 At the border: between research and practice

Liesbeth van Heel, Senior Policy Advisor, Erasmus MC, Netherlands

 The future of health infrastructure research

Menno Hinkema, TNO, Netherlands

 Research into practice: obstacles and alleyways

Stefan Wunderlich, Life Sciences and Health, European Investment Bank

European Investment Bank: Promoting European Objectives

Luis Gonzalez-Sterling, Árgola Arquitectos, Director of Healthcare Architecture, Spain

Future health: perspectives from outside Europe
Dr Luigi Bertinato, ISS, Italy The new paradigm for the hospital/out of hospital integrated care