Following the release of the Preliminary Programme for the 9th European Healthcare Design Congress 2023, we are delighted to invite you to join the SALUS TV live stream of a special EHD 2023 Programme Launch Panel Debate – held in collaboration with Archus and filmed live from Maggie’s Barts on 29 March, at 19.00-20.00.
We're delighted to launch registration for the 9th European Healthcare Design 2023 Congress, Exhibition and Awards, with Early Bird savings until 20 April.
The Preliminary Programme for the 9th European Healthcare Design Congress, Exhibition & Awards has now been launched.
Royal College of Physicians president Andrew Goddard began his EHD 2022 keynote talk with a sombre depiction of the current state of healthcare, which, he said, is currently being visited by the “four horsemen of the apocalypse” – conquest, war, pestilence, and death.
Maggie’s centres are designed to a considered and demanding architectural brief. Every architect and designer embraces this brief – a blueprint first created 25 years ago by its founder, Maggie Keswick Jencks. Through the design process, the charity ensures its environments cater to the needs of all its users, including people living with cancer, carers, NHS colleagues, visitors, and professional staff.
The Government has committed to build 40 new hospitals by 2030, which together with eight existing schemes will mean 48 hospitals delivered by the end of the decade – the biggest hospital building programme in a generation.
Architects for Health and SALUS have extended the deadline of the Call for Entries for the European Healthcare Design Awards 2023.
The impacts of climate change, a pandemic, active conflicts, economic volatility and inflation have laid bare global health inequalities, creating hunger, poverty, displacement and disease that are testing the resilience of our health systems and infrastructure.
The New Hospital Programme (NHP) delivery team is planning a major event in September where trust schemes and healthcare industry suppliers will gather for a day of “challenge and innovation”. It’s an example of the focus on partnership working that the team is keen to pursue in bringing the UK Government’s manifesto commitment to build 40 hospitals across England by 2030 – as well as a further eight already in construction – to fruition.