Loading presentation...

Present Remotely

Send the link below via email or IM

Copy

Present to your audience

Start remote presentation

  • Invited audience members will follow you as you navigate and present
  • People invited to a presentation do not need a Prezi account
  • This link expires 10 minutes after you close the presentation
  • A maximum of 30 users can follow your presentation
  • Learn more about this feature in our knowledge base article

Do you really want to delete this prezi?

Neither you, nor the coeditors you shared it with will be able to recover it again.

DeleteCancel

Raising our horizons

No description
by

Jan Golembiewski

on 27 August 2015

Comments (0)

Please log in to add your comment.

Report abuse

Transcript of Raising our horizons

Raising our horizons
Healthcare facility planning for the coming century

Green Man Design Architecture
Queensland University of Technology
Prof. Jan A Golembiewski PhD
2065
2015
1965
1915
2115
1975
1985
1995
2005
1925
1935
1955
1875
1895
1905
2025
2035
2045
2055
2075
2085
2095
2105
2125
2135
2145
2155
1545
1546: Girolamo Fracastoro proposed that
illness was spawned by invisible eggs.
1825
1835
1845
1855
1865
1795
1805
1815
1755
1765
1765
1775
1785
1725
1735
1745
1675
1685
1695
1705
1715
1645
1655
1665
1595
1605
1615
1625
1635
1555
1565
1575
1585
1911-1917: The Great War
Europe starts to universally
accept germ theory
E. Wilson 1983
Biophilia
Khoo Teck Puat Hospital 2010
2006: First unassisted
robotic surgery
Arthrobot: 1983
First robot assisted surgery
First standard hospital
regulations NHS 1956
2007: First standardised
Australian & NZ Guidelines
1860: Florence Nightingale
sets up nursing school
1964 first tertiary
degree in nursing
Patient-centred
model of care
Self diagnosed
and treated conditions
using 'kiosk' technology
Patient-centredness
becomes the only MOC
Duke & Virginia Mason
the advent of Lean design
2011 Lean design is
promoted by NHS
1975: The hey-day of
Comprehensive Care
Centre models
Discovered: 1928
First isolated as medication: 1942
In public use: from 1945
the super-
hospital concept
Patient-centred care
&
Boom in ambulant
Care models
Growing Prevalence in automated and
Technology driven care at home and
in specialist 'user-driver' procedures.
Radiotherapy in 1910
Radiotherapy in
labarinthine bunkers
2012: PROTON Therapy in 300 x 100 x 10m concrete bunker
The medical profession will change - there will be a convergence of those focused on providing patient-centred human care on one hand and a divergence of medical expertise as research takes priority.
Hospitals will become more like high -tech DIY treatment and procedure hubs. More mobile treatments will come to the home.
to design for 2115 today, think about:
- a loose fit grid
- quality environments
- refittable interiors
- patient-centredness
- empty quadrant masterplan strategies
- smaller & simpler but with bigger spaces
- design for technological change
- lean design strategies
- distributed facilities
- environmental medicine
- emergency response
Ageing populations
Louis Pasteur: Germ theory 1864
First standard for public single-bedded rooms were described in the 1997 NHS Building notes they were 13.3m2 and had shared bathrooms.
The Italian Renaissance:
The birth of non-religious
thinking about HEALTH
1945
New technologies are developed.
Radiation is used therapeutically
The old trends are failing us just as new ones are converging. They follow 3 themes:
ecological responsiveness,
patient-centred care, and
technological change.

3300mm
4000mm
Nightingale units are
still usual
1867 Joseph Lister pioneers operating with sterile tools
1896: Thomas Edison -
first diagnostic x-ray
Positive environments become de rigeur in healthcare
Hospitals become centres for high-tech
and costly kit. Technology and treatments that can 'go home' will.
2005:
e-ICU
Aged Population leveling
Full transcript