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Pediatric Virtual Workshop 2020

September 2020
Workshop
Join us for this virtual 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. Representatives from internationally acclaimed children’s hospitals will share insights into the latest developments and future direction for pediatric care. The esteemed faculty will present pediatric evidence-based design studies and best practices 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 owners and faculty through interactive panel discussion.

 

 

Agenda

 

Welcome Opening Remarks & Introductions

Ellen Taylor, PhD, AIA, MBA, EDAC, Vice President for Research, The Center for Health Design
 

Opening Keynote Presentation: State of the Practice: Challenges and Strategies for Now and Into the Future

Natalie Miovski Hagerty, AIA, LEED AP, EDAC, SSGBC, Senior Director, Facilities & Design, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia


Owners Panel


Attendees will hear first-hand from representatives from leading U.S. pediatric facilities and obtain key insights into current trends and best practices in pediatric care. Understand the key drivers they experience and challenges they face including the financial impact of the COVID pandemic, strategies to reposition for the short and long term, and positioning for telemedicine. Hear real world examples about what is currently working in the field, what opportunities exist, and how design of the built environment can address them.

Facilitator: Natalie Miovski Hagerty, AIA, LEED AP, EDAC, SSGBC, Senior Director, Facilities & Design, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Panelists: Sue Ellen Donahoe, LEED AP, Director of Facilities Planning, Boston Children’s Hospital
Jill Pearsall, Senior Vice President of Facilities, Planning, Development, & Real Estate Services, Texas Children’s Hospital
Michael Browning, VP, Facility Planning, Design, & Construction & Real Estate, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center


Virtual Breakout Discussions with Owners Panel Members

In smaller, virtual breakout groups, attendees will have the opportunity to visit with owner panelists to pose specific questions and discuss relevant issues that arise.


West Coast Coffee Break/ East Coast Lunch Break


Breakout Discussion Report Back

Hear about what each breakout group discussed and major themes and key insights that emerged from each conversation. 
 

Research/Case Study Panel

Join a body of leading researchers and experts to hear highlights and outcomes of research studies in a variety of pediatric settings including pediatric critical care, adolescent and young adult environments, induction rooms and a variety of case studies. Hear their insights into what the research is showing, the implications for design, and next steps for further studies. Obtain themes and connections through an interactive panel discussion.

Facilitator: Ellen Taylor, PhD, AIA, MBA, EDAC, Vice President for Research, The Center for Health Design
Deborah Wingler, PhD, MSD-HHE, EDAC, Health Research Lead, HKS
Kati Peditto, PhD, EDAC, Assistant Professor - Human Factors, Dept. of Behavioral Sciences and Leadership, U.S. Air Force Academy
Jennifer Aliber, FAIA, FACHA, Principal, Shepley Bulfinch
Donald McKahan, AIA, FACHA, Principal, McKahan Planning Group
Kiran B Hebbar, MD, FCCM, Medical Director, Children’s Simulation Center, Professor of Pediatrics and Pediatric Critical Care Medicine
Nora Coleman, MD, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, Associate Program Director, Pediatric Critical Care Fellowship, Children’s Healthcare Atlanta, Division of Pediatric Critical Care Medicine, Emory University School of Medicine 
 

West Coast Lunch Break/ East Coast Afternoon Snack

Virtual Breakout Discussions with Panelists

In smaller, virtual breakout groups, attendees will have the opportunity to further discuss various research initiatives and explore their implications for design and innovation of care processes and settings.

 

Breakout Discussion Report Back

Hear about what each breakout group discussed and major themes and key insights that emerged from each conversation. 

 

Concluding Panel Discussion

Wrap up the day with this panel that will identify overall themes, observations and next steps.
 

Pediatric Virtual Workshop 2020

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