EuHPN Workshop 2016

EuHPN Workshop 2016
European countries face an urgent need to provide their citizens with more personalised services, responsive to changing models of health and social care. This shift, encouraged by new technologies, is characterised by more distributed and decentralised care provision.  Hospitals focus increasingly on highly specialised diagnoses and treatments, while primary and community care adopt some features which were previously available only in secondary care centres.  Home care services, and forums for patient self-management, are becoming important factors in the overall care system, and non-clinical environments are playing a significant role in patient education and support.  These trends add up to a move away from care provision in traditional silos, towards a web of care which extends from the home, to spaces for work and leisure, and, of course, to newly imagined clinical environments.

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This year’s EuHPN Workshop will address the effects of this societal change on the physical environment of care. A range of speakers from across Europe, including invited speakers from Spain, will address:

  • The rationale for the web of care, including service reform

  • How to plan for radical reconfiguration of healthcare infrastructure

  • Designs for a new generation of healthcare buildings

  • Health-promoting public spaces

  • Technologies which enable better care, in and out of health facilities

  • Implementing new care models and their supporting infrastructure.


Who should attend and who will be speaking?

EuHPN workshops bring together professionals who work in health policy development, health system planning, healthcare architecture and design, health facility managers, senior managers and clinicians, healthcare capital asset experts and patient representatives. This broad range of participants ensures deep knowledge sharing and cross-fertilisation of ideas. Our participants are expected to be active, by contributing questions to speakers and taking part in audience debates. Our speakers come from the same background as our audience members, balanced between policy, theory and practice. Many have been directly responsible, in senior positions, for the case studies and projects they describe. All are chosen because they offer expert analysis and a fresh, challenging perspective. The multi-disciplinary, multinational range of speakers will ensure that workshop participants gain insights into developments across the whole of Europe.



The venue and accommodation

The venue for the Madrid 2016 is LASEDE, the headquarters of the Madrid College of Architects (COAM). LASEDE, which offers high quality conference facilities, is situated in central Madrid, next to easily accessible public transport hubs. For further information about the venue, please use these links: http://lasede.coam.org/lasede-coam-visitavirtual.html; www.lasede.coam.org. The Google maps reference is: https://goo.gl/maps/JFkWHNDQXXx.



How to join the workshop

To register to attend the workshop, please complete the attached registration form and send to Jonathan Erskine at [email protected] If you are interested in attending, but don’t wish to register at the moment, please send an expression of interest to the same email address.

Workshop fee

The fee for attending the 2016 workshop has been set at Euro 200.00, plus Euro 50.00 for attendance at the optional workshop dinner on Thursday 24 November.

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Wednesday 23rd November


13.00

Registration and welcome buffet lunch

14.00

Welcome and opening remarks


S1 Transforming Care in Europe EuHPN-nominated session Chair


14.45

Steps towards transformational care in health and social care

15.15

A new urbanism for the new web of care

15.45

Changing models of care in Spain in the context of European health system development

16.15

Coffee break

16.45

Making healthcare accessible across borders: the AdriHealthMob project

17.15

Transformational change in practice: – the Basque Country

17.45

Discussion and questions Facilitated by an EuHPN-nominated session Chair.

18.30

Drinks reception Venue tbc

Thursday 24th November

09.00

Keynote address: Creating a Web of Care: why and how?


S2 Beyond the walls: new healthcare environments for holistic care EuHPN-nominated session Chair


09.30

Building a caring future: whole system infrastructure development

09.55

The New Children’s Hospital, Dublin: driving a new paediatric care model in Ireland

10.20

The Municipal Healthcare Centres of San Blas, Usera and Villaverde

10.45

Audience discussion and questions Facilitated by an EuHPN-nominated session Chair.

11.00

Coffee break

11.30

The Mosae Vita project. A health campus in action

11.55

The Helbredsprofilen Project for patient education and self care

12.20

The Harbour Project, UK: new environments and approaches to mental health care and dementia

12.45

A better place for mental health care Theo Staats, Fred Bisschop, nCZB,Netherlands

13.10

Lunch


S3 Methodologies and technologies for transforming patient care and health system infrastructure EuHPN-nominated session Chair


14.10

Will eHealth make a difference, and are we buying the right technology? Report of a multi-country study

14.35

‘Value networks’ for patient-centred care

15.00

Pan-European pathway coordination and integration through ‘Smart care’

15.15

Audience discussion and questions

15.30

Coffee break

16.00

The Clear Code Project: maximizing the accessibility of healthcare facilities

16.30

Case study from Spain Speaker to be confirmed

17.00

The implementation problem: what stands in the way of care model and infrastructure change?

17.30

Closing remarks and discussion Facilitated by an EuHPN-nominated session Chair.

20.00– 22.30

EuHPN Workshop dinner Provisional

venue: Reina Sofia

Museum, Santa Isabel 52, Madrid

28012


Friday 25th November


S4 Implementing infrastructure change for a Web of Care EuHPN-nominated session Chair


09.00

The Vanguard Experiment: largescale change in the English NHS

09.25

A new model of emergency care in Finland: what happens to the buildings?

09.50

Care Coordination Reform in Norway and the likely effects on planning healthcare infrastructure

10.15

The Helgeland Hospital, Nordland, Norway – the practical effects of Car Coordination Reform

10.40

Building a knowledge sharing network to deliver the evidence needed to transform care

11.05

Coffee break

11.30

Study tour briefing: the Majadahonda Hospital, Madrid

12.00

Questions and discussion Facilitated by an EuHPN-nominated session Chair.

12.30

Closing remarks Jonathan Erskine, Executive Director and Simona Agger, Chairman –European Health Property Network

13.00

Lunch

14.00

Study tour departs

18.00

Study tour return to COAM venue




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