Workshop B - Wednesday 25th November, 5.30pm - 8.30pm
Masterplanning the 21st century hospital
ABOUT THE WORKSHOP

Hospital masterplans rarely have a shelf life of more than a year or two. Yet, they serve to futureproof a hospital for new models of care, needs of the population and developments in technology. This workshop delves into what a hospital of the 21st Century could be and how to plan for change. Examine strategies for master planning the Hypermodern Hospital and achieve a functional design for the new local acute hospital that caters for all models of care.

Why attend this workshop?

• To gain a broader understanding of what a masterplan can achieve for different stakeholders

• To pass on the understanding to others

• To implement lessons learned

What you will take away by attending

• How a master plan is framed and what makes it robust

• Ideas from outside Australia

• Knowledge and confidence to participate in the process

Price: $499+GST

* Refreshments & dinner provided

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ABOUT YOUR WORKSHOP LEADER
Mungo Smith
Director
MAAP Architects
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Mungo Smith has been a founding director of Medical Architecture (MA), a former head of design at the Medical Architecture Research Unit (MARU) London and was project architect for the pioneering Lambeth Community Care Centre. Recently, he has been involved in the preliminary designs for three new university hospitals and a new mental health campus in Australia. Current projects include exploring alternative

Andy Black
Chairman
Durrow, UK
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Andy Black is an authority on the design and clinical organisations of healthcare services and is widely known as an independent thinker in healthcare planning, across Europe, UK and Australasia. His main focus is now on the organisation of acute care and the managed introduction of innovation into healthcare practice. He has experience of the Australian health industry through his work as advisor to New Royal Adelaide Hospital, Queensland Health and Western Health in Victoria.

Workshop A - Tuesday 24th November 2015, 4.00pm - 7.00pm
Achieve project outcomes via effective stakeholder engagement
ABOUT THE WORKSHOP

Health service providers work in a different world to that of designers and procurement specialists. Often designing and occupying a new facility is a rare experience that brings them face to face with capital funding bodies, designers and builders. This workshop will help you understand project planning and procurement, and offer practical ways to involve all stakeholders to deliver new models of care in your design and build. Understand how to navigate this interface to achieve the organisation’s goals and objectives.

Why attend this workshop?

• To achieve a facility that supports new models of service delivery for your organisation

• Methodologies to get the best out of your design team and achieve project goals within financial constraints

• Capably engage and sustain the commitment of your stakeholders

What you will take away by attending

• Understanding of the different priorities, language and ways of working of designers and procurement professionals

• Practical strategies for working with design team and achieve effective stakeholder engagement

• The ability to meet larger organisational outcomes

Price: $499+GST

* Refreshments & dinner provided

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