Saturday, November 3
HEALTHCARE DESIGN Complimentary Golf Tournament
11:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. | Ocotillo Golf Resort
Join your peers and other HEALTHCARE DESIGN attendees for an enjoyable, complimentary* round of golf and networking. Taking place at the award-winning Ocotillo Golf Resort, the golf tournament will feature a true desert oasis, with 27 beautifully manicured holes, lush fairways, winding lakes, cascading waterfalls and colorful flora. Golfers meander through a unique desert oasis with over seven miles of shoreline in play. Don't miss your chance for 6 hours of intimate networking with the industry's leaders! Simply sign up through HEALTHCARE DESIGN registration!
*Attendees are responsible for any club rental costs and must coordinate directly with the course.
The Center for Health Design VIP Reception
6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
For invited guests of CHD, this is an evening honoring those who contribute to and support our mission. This reception is limited to CHD Affiliate Members, Pebble Project Partners, Board of Directors and other invited guests. (By invitation only.)
6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Join NIHD at their annual reception. There is a registration fee of $25.00 to attend. (Funds from the registration will be donated for NIHD Education and Research Initiatives) Enjoy an evening of networking, acoustic guitar, appetizers and cash bar!
Please join us on opening night of the 2012 HEALTHCARE DESIGN Conference for the Second Annual Patient-Centered Design Reception. Inspired by The Patient Empowered Room design competition (held April through June 2012), a full-scale model of The Patient Empowered Room will be introduced to conference attendees on site at the Phoenix Convention Center. Conference participants are invited to join us for dinner as we unveil the patient room model and network with our team of patient-centered design volunteers and experts, along with other leaders in the field. The top three designs submissions selected from The Patient Empowerment Room design competition will be awarded during this reception. For information on The Patient Empowered Room Design Competition, please visit www.patientcentereddesign.org/hcd 12.
Cost: $25.00 per attendee
Sunday, November 4
4:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
Kick off the conference in style! Enjoy cocktails and great food as you socialize with new acquaintances and old friends. This evening reception is the perfect opportunity to preview the new products and services being showcased at this year’s conference.
AIA AAH Update and Reception
7:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.
Join AIA AAH members, friends, and leaders for an update on the latest developments within AIA AAH, followed by a relaxed evening to reconnect, see old friends, and enjoy great food and refreshments.
Baby Boomers - the Next Design Challenge in Healthcare
Jocelyn Stroupe, IIDA, AAHID, EDAC, Director of Healthcare Interiors, Cannon Design
Debbie Gregory, RN, BSN, Assoc. IIDA, Senior Clinical Consultant, SSR, Inc.
Elizabeth C. Brawley, IIDA, AAHID, CID, IES, President, Design Concepts Unlimited
Ardis C. Hutchins, AIA, IIDA, AAHID, Interior Architect, UW Hospital & Clinics
Debra Harris, Ph.D., AAHID, Fellow CHSD Texas A&M Univ., RAD Consultants
Healthcare facilities are facing a new trend in acute care. The influence of the baby boom generation is affecting how we design for our aging population. This group is creating new demands on the healthcare system to provide spaces that speak to their motor, cognitive and sensory capabilities. The challenge is greater as we are seeing people living longer, more active lives, yet we still see that 50% of hospital patients are over the age of 65.
Join a panel of leading healthcare design industry professionals as they address the challenge of designing for the aging population. Moderated by Jocelyn Stroupe, IIDA, of CANNON DESIGN, this interdisciplinary group will address this topic from different perspectives, whose collective goal is to provide high quality design for patients, visitors, and staff of the facility.
An additional $60 registration fee is required to attend this program.
Monday, November 5