In the new year comes an exciting new webinar series on innovation in healthcare planning and design, examining some of the key drivers transforming the way critical healthcare services are being delivered now and in the future to 2050.
The Call for Entries for the European Healthcare Design Awards 2022 is now open.
The climate crisis is a health emergency. And global healthcare systems are uniquely placed to provide leadership across society, leveraging scientific, economic, social and political influence to accelerate a transformation towards a net-zero health sector and wider world.
This keynote session featured three leading experts discussing many of today’s big healthcare and design challenges, including an emphasis on environmentally sustainable healthcare and regenerative architecture.
This keynote session was dedicated to UK health infrastructure and the New Hospital Programme – the UK Government’s commitment to build 40 new hospitals by 2030.
Integrated Health Projects’ framework director Alan Kondys looks back at the winning developments from this year’s European Healthcare Design Awards 2021 and considers what lessons they may provide for adopting innovation in health infrastructure in the UK.
Charles Darwin’s interpreted observation that it’s neither the most intellectual nor the strongest of the species that survives but the species that is able best to adapt and adjust to the changing environment in which it finds itself was the final message of Royal College of Physicians’ president Dr Andrew Goddard’s keynote talk during the opening plenary of the 7th European Healthcare Design Congress.
As has become tradition, the European Healthcare Design Congress 2021 was brought to a close with a ceremony to celebrate the winners of the European Healthcare Design Awards 2021, supported by Integrated Health Projects (IHP) and category sponsors Hoare Lea and Medical Architecture.