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Building Blocks: New Design Strategies and Solutions for Pediatric Settings Workshop

When: September 17, 2019
Time: 9:00am Eastern
Price: $465 early bird ($515 after 7/19)



Today’s designers, architects and healthcare providers are faced with the continued challenge of creating care environments that will meet the needs of patients ranging in age from infant to adolescent and the clinical staff providing their care. Creating effective design solutions means first understanding the daily needs of the pediatric patient population and their families, as well as the specialized practice protocols and processes of pediatric medicine.

Join us for this one day interactive, collaborative, problem-solving workshop intended to enable project stakeholders (designers, facility executives, administrators, care providers) to employ physical design strategies and methodologies that support improved care for children. Nationally acclaimed faculty will present pediatric specific evidence-based design best practices and case studies that integrate architecture, design and technology with innovative medical practice to create high-quality, high-tech care in a safe and enriching environment. Attendees will also share questions and ideas with the faculty and fellow attendees through interactive panel discussions.    



Location Information

Hilton Baltimore Inner Harbor
401 West Pratt Street
Baltimore, MD 21201
TEL: 1-443-573-8700


Room deadline: August 23
Room rate: $169.00
Rooms available:
September 16-19

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Learning Objectives

Hear the industry's leading health facility design experts and providers share how design is making a difference in the lives of children and their families.

  • Articulate the latest trends in pediatric care and how the built environment enables that care.

  • Understand the role of positive distractions in the care process and how design can be integral to providing those positive distractions for patients and their families.

  • Consider the role that demographics often plays in children’s healthcare spaces and how design can assist in serving a culturally diverse population with differing customs and needs for social interaction and support.

  • Hear about case studies of state-of-the-art facilities and determine how best practices from those initiatives can be applied to other pediatric healthcare settings.


Who Should Attend

This unique experience is ideal for individuals who are involved in the design and operations of new pediatric care environments and those wishing to evaluate the quality of their existing facilities.