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Delft / Rotterdam

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ISSN: 2667-2812

'Enabling health, care and well-being through design research' is the title of ARCH22 – the 5th Architecture Research Care and Health conference – organised at the the department of Architecture and the Built Environment in Delft as the main venue and Erasmus MC in Rotterdam as co-location – the Netherlands – 22nd until 24th of August 2022.

https://arch21erasmusmc.tudelft.nl/

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15 Jun 2022
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Berit Ann Berit Ann Roos
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Ann Ann Heylighen
Berit Ann Berit Ann Roos

Aim. This study aims to identify ways that allow studying how intellectually impaired persons showing challenging behaviour interact with space, without impacting their daily lives. Back-ground. Research about space that better suits these persons’ needs is challenging to conduct, since they may have difficulties expressing themselves verbally and are extremely...

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15 Jun 2022
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Margo Margo Annemans
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Ann Ann Heylighen
Margo Margo Annemans

People in rehabilitation have been found to be motivated to be physically active by accessible and attractive outdoor environments, both vicinity of healthcare facilities and in the larger neighbor-hood. Nevertheless, even when available, outside space is not always optimally used. We aim to gain insight into how the outdoor environment...

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14 Jun 2022
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Elisa Elisa Pozo Menendez
Laura Laura Cambra Rufino

The Covid-19 pandemic revealed the crisis of the care sector for a global ageing population. Most of the countries across Europe were strongly impacted by the pandemics and one of the most vulnerable groups was the senior population, especially those who lived in care-homes. Since 2000, healthy ageing and the...

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10 Jun 2022
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Kim Kim Hamers
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Masi Masi Mohammadi
Kim Kim Hamers

Dutch housing associations focus on communal living with the aim of stimulating social interaction between (older) residents and strengthening cohesion. Although the added value of communal living for social interaction between residents has been discussed in the literature, there is still little known about the broad range of variants of...

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2 Jun 2022
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Fatemeh Fatemeh Amirbeiki Tafti
Gesine Gesine Marquardt

(1)Objectives: This paper explores architects’ opinions on the implementation of natural blue elements (sky and water) in windowless areas of healthcare facilities specifically computerized tomography (CT) scan environments (2)Background: Com-pared to green elements, there exists little evidence about the beneficial aspects of exposure to blue elements in healthcare facilities. (3)Methods:...

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31 May 2022
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Andrea Andrea Möhn
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Annelies Annelies Mulder
Andrea Andrea Möhn

Aim: We will present our ongoing experiments on home makeovers of private rooms of people with intellectual disabilities and severe behavioural problems living in a Dutch long-term care facility to demonstrate that a tailored environment contributes to a better quality of life. Background: Eight years ago, the transformation of ‘D’s room’...

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4 Apr 2022
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Gunther Gunther De Graeve
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Anthony Anthony Colwell
Gunther Gunther De Graeve

A new approach to health system planning has been developed for the Australian Health System and piloted for Queensland Health. The pilot project has demonstrated exciting results achieving a sustainable, adaptable and integrated health system. It now forms part of a new strategic plan for health services across the State. Sustainability...

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4 Apr 2022
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Liesbeth Liesbeth van Heel
Clarine Clarine Van Oel

As the design of a new hospital is typically used as a catalyst for change, redesign and implementation of new work processes to improve health services. Perceived outcomes after relocation may be linked to the success of co-design and stakeholder management processes. Especially in striking the right balance between the...

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4 Apr 2022
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Nirit Putievsky Nirit Putievsky Pilosof
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Asaf Asaf Caspi
Nirit Putievsky Nirit Putievsky Pilosof

The study examines the implementation of a new model of remote care by telemedicine technologies at a COVID-19 acute psychiatric unit. Remote care by telemedicine technologies accelerated during the COVID-19 crisis, not only for outpatient care but also for hospital inpatient care. To enhance the safety of the staff in...

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1 Apr 2022
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Maryam Maryam Siddiqui
Chaitali Chaitali Ahuja

Health and well-being have a very direct relationship. The purpose of this research is to understand the impact of design of the healthcare facility to the recovery of those inside it. The most apparent differences between healthcare facilities built with human-centric approaches and those built with a broader or more...

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Clarine Van Oel
Delft University Of Technology
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Liesbeth Van Heel
Erasmus Mc
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Frederique Belliard
Delft University Of Technology
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Adriaan Bisschop
Delft University Of Technology
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Nicoleta Nastase
Delft University Of Technology
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Joke Dales
Delft University Of Technology
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