Select Criteria: Tracks = Pediatric Settings

Monday, November 04, 9:45 AM - 10:45 AM

  • Session Number:E46
The 1990s saw the emergence of innovative children’s hospitals, featuring imaginative designs that differentiated these facilities from their adult counterparts. Over the last 30 years, much has changed in pediatric design. This latest edition of the Hospital ICONs program will focus on children’s hospitals, then and now. Architectural case studies... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Donald McKahan AIA, FACHA
Principal
McKahan Planning Group
Speaker/Presenter
Francis (Frank) PItts FAIA, FACHA, OAA
Principal
SimTigrate Design Lab, College of Architecture, Georgia Institute of Technology
Speaker/Presenter
Jennifer Aliber AIA, FACHA, LEED AP
Principal
Shepley Bulfinch
Tracks:
  • Educational Programs

Monday, November 04, 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM

  • Session Number:E56
Nemours/Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children in Wilmington, Del., set out to relocate and expand its Child Life Activity Center, identifying a need to offer all patients and families ways to engage in a variety of play and recreation activities in a safe, welcoming environment. Through interactive design exercises, an... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
CLAUDINE LEVAN
INTERIOR DESIGNER
Nemours/Alfred I duPont Hospital for Children
Speaker/Presenter
Jennifer Sciolla MS, CTRS, CCLS
Director of Child Life, Creative Arts Therapy and School Programs
Nemours / Alfred I duPont Hospital for Children
Speaker/Presenter
Leslie Kipps AIA, LEED AP, EDAC, CLSSBB
Principal
EwingCole
Tracks:
  • Educational Programs

Monday, November 04, 4:45 PM - 5:45 PM

  • Session Number:E66
Medical University of South Carolina’s (MUSC) Children’s Ambulatory Campus accommodates young patients for both ongoing clinic appointments and lower-acuity interventions within an easily accessible, welcoming context. Designed for flexibility and future expansion, the campus houses most of the hospital’s pediatric ambulatory care functions in a neighborhood setting. The efficient design... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Lindsey Stang AIA, GGP
Co-Chair
LS3P ASSOCIATES, LTD.
Speaker/Presenter
Mark Scheurer MD, MSc, FACC
Chief, Children’s and Women’s Services; CMO, Children’s Hospital; Professor, Pediatric Cardiology
Medical University of South Carolina
Speaker/Presenter
Rebecca Smith AIA, LEED BD+C
VP/Principal
LS3P Associates
Tracks:
  • Educational Programs

Tuesday, November 05, 8:15 AM - 9:15 AM

  • Session Number:E76
The Lakeland Regional Health Emergency Department is the most visited in the nation, accommodating more than 210,000 patient visits a year. The 354,000-square-foot Women's and Children's Pavilion decanted the pediatric emergency services into a new dedicated department. New and innovative ideas were implemented throughout the facility, such as the administration... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Aurelio Posada AIA
Associate Principal / Senior Design Architect
HuntonBrady Architects
Speaker/Presenter
GREG BRAITHWAITE
HEALTHCARE PRINCIPAL
HuntonBrady Architects
Speaker/Presenter
Maureen Leckie MSN, RN, HACP
Associate Vice President Clinical Operations
Lakeland Regional Health
Tracks:
  • Educational Programs

Tuesday, November 05, 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM

  • Session Number:E84
This case study highlights the ErinoakKids Centre for Treatment and Development and explores how the design caused the building itself to become a tool for therapy, learning, and teaching. Presenters will identify how the building enhanced therapy for children with physical and behavioral disabilities through the use of multisensory stimulation... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Christina Djokoto BASc, MHSc, PMP, Cert. APM
VP Quality Perfor mance and Operational Excellence
ErinoakKids Centre for Treatment and Development
Speaker/Presenter
Robert Hofmann Ryerson Polytechnic University, 1990–1994: Bachelo
Principal
Hofmann PM Inc
Tracks:
  • Educational Programs

Tuesday, November 05, 1:15 PM - 2:15 PM

  • Session Number:E92
It is unbearable for parents to imagine their child battling cancer. What if the closest facility offering the necessary treatment for a child’s rare form of cancer is more than two hours away? Unfortunately for families faced with neuroblastoma, that can often be the case. In hopes of providing support... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Dawn Bartock MSN, CPNP, CPHON
MIBG Therapy Program Pediatric Nurse Practitioner/Clinical Lead
Levine Children's Hospital
Speaker/Presenter
Roger Wilkerson
National Practice Leader, Healthcare
Little
Tracks:
  • Educational Programs

Tuesday, November 05, 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM

  • Session Number:E100
Seattle Children’s has embarked on a years-long plan to address the rapid growth of its main campus and an accompanying shortage of nonclinical administrative workspaces. The hospital recently partnered with ZGF Architects to develop a new administrative workplace master plan, which will make it one of the first children’s hospitals... ...read more...
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Mandy Hansen
Director, Facility Planning, Design & Construction
Seattle Children’s
Speaker/Presenter
Sara Howell AIA, NCARB
Associate Principal
ZGF Architects
Speaker/Presenter
VICTORIA NICHOLS
ASSOCIATE PARTNER
ZGF Architects
Tracks:
  • Educational Programs

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