Presentation Title: Intensive Care Unit Design – 25 years of winning trends
Event: European Healthcare Design Congress
Presentation Date: June 27, 2016
Event Location: Royal College of Physicians, London, UK
The goal of intensive care is to provide the highest-quality treatment in order to achieve the best outcome for critically ill patients. Research supporting the impact of the built environment has exerted a strong influence on multidisciplinary design teams as they seek solutions to maximize operational efficiency and create supportive healing environments for patients, families, and clinical staff.
The ICU is an ever-changing and rapidly advancing environment, with the integration of advanced informatics adding a new layer of complexity to design planning and operations. Future ICU designs will require planning for long-term flexibility by incorporating design decisions that accommodate changing care practices and information technology.
Dochitect speaks at European Healthcare Design 2016 about critical care design and provides an overview of winning design trends over the last 25 years. Click here to view a video of the presentation.
Dochitect also judges the European Healthcare Design Awards for Healthcare Design Projects over 25,000M2. Click here to learn more about the awards ceremony and winning designs.