Here, we describe how to get the most from your Congress experience and share some tips on how to engage on the event platform.
We’re delighted to announce that we have extended our Early Bird deadline on tickets for the 7th European Healthcare Design 2021 Congress & Exhibition until 2 June.
To mark the launch of this year’s programme, we hosted a free webinar focusing on the plenary theme of this year’s congress: ‘Creative destruction: Design innovation in the face of existential threats’.
Watch our short video on what delegates at the European Healthcare Design Congress 2021 can expect from this year’s event, which takes place virtually on 14-17 June.
The opening plenary of European Healthcare Design 2020 featured three illustrious experts on planetary health, sustainability and climate change.
This plenary of keynote talks explored wider issues around health, wellness, life expectancy, health inequalities, and how technology may be deployed to address these problems.
Organised by NHS Property Services, this panel discussion highlighted how the NHS is the UK’s largest public-sector emitter of carbon emissions and has a duty to respond to government targets, including being net carbon-zero by 2050.
This session included discussion between some of the UK’s leading thinkers and practitioners in healthcare design on the Government’s new Health Infrastructure Plan (HIP).
This plenary session featured keynote talks from three global health leaders who, in different capacities, have been involved in the pandemic response.
Our Early Bird ticket deadline has been extended until 2 June, so book your place, save money and look forward to an incredible line-up of speakers, workshops and the EHD2021 Awards, as well as virtual networking with your peers from around the world.
The official shortlist for the European Healthcare Design 2021 Awards has been revealed, and this year, for the first time, we’re excited to announce live webinar presentations and judging of all the shortlisted categories, taking place between 18 and 24 May.
In a tumultuous year when the resilience of healthcare globally has been tested to the limit by the pandemic, the pressure to adopt a climate-smart development path for designing, building, operating and investing in health systems and infrastructure has also increased exponentially.