WORKSHOP 1:

Patient Involvement – designing hospitals of the future

This workshop will focus on patient involvement in creating the world’s best hospital for children, youth and families. Here you can learn about the value of patient involvement and how you can involve patients in your own project.

The workshop is an introduction to user-driven innovation and patient involvement. You will meet participants and get insights into their experience of patient involvement – what are the key learning points and how would they involve patients in future projects?

You will get the opportunity to discuss the issue of user-driven innovation methods and how to engage patients so their inputs become important insights in the development of future hospitals.

This workshop also offers you an opportunity to engage in dialogue with one of the patients that has contributed to designing hospitals for the future. You will get his/her personal story about the progress of making the world’s best hospital for children, youth and families.

WORKSHOP 2:

Innovation – Improving efficiency and quality by means of ICT

This workshop will focus on how a combination of ICT and organization development can create new innovative solutions. Learn about the experiences of Central Denmark Region in implementing one joint system for clinical logistics; improving and optimizing workflows and logistics in the hospitals. This workshop offers an opportunity to engage in dialogues and learn about practical innovation projects representing both implemented solutions and projects under development.

WORKSHOP 3:

Psychiatry – Possibilities and challenges in Public Private Partnerships

This workshop will focus on the trends in physical framework of modern psychiatric treatment and the opportunities and challenges in construction based on the PPP model. Here you can engage in a dialogue about the PPP projects: the new psychiatric hospital in Vejle and the psychiatry at the New University Hospital in Aarhus.

Within the field of physical framework of modern psychiatric treatment, you will learn about how patient involvement is applied in both the construction project and everyday life in the psychiatric hospital. You will also learn more about forced reduction initiatives and how to support a more efficient and reliable operation.

Within the field of the PPP model, you will learn about opportunities and challenges in the application of the PPP model. Here you can engage in a dialogue about the obstacles that prevent us from taking advantage of the PPP model in a traditional building project.

All workshops are on WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 2015 from 14:30 – 17:00