Designing person-centred care – prerequisites for co-creation in the physical and abstract environment
14th of May 9am-12pm
Location: Röhsska Museum of design and craft
Description: During this pre-conference workshop which will be held at Röhsska Museum of design and craft you will get the opportunity to listen and discuss person-centered care with experts in the field of design, architecture and health care. You will also have the possibility to participate in an interactive method lab workshop with students and lecturers/teachers from HDK-Valand – Academy of Art and Design.
Target group: No specific target group, a limit of 100 guests.
Franz James, HDK-Valand – Academy of Art and Design. PhD-student. Senior lecturer, product/furniture designer. Works with design of interior objects for closed environments, such as prisons and psychiatric hospitals. James doctoral project, “Sketch and Talk”-Drawing lines between humans, objects and the interior in compulsory care -Seeing beyond carceral design to future design for wellbeing in prisons, youth homes and psychiatric hospitals, discusses design research method development, ethics and carceral design.
Helle Wijk, Professor in Nursing, Institute for Health and Care Sciences and GPCC, guest professor at CVA/Chalmers and joint employment at Sahlgrenska University hospital. Research focus on the physical care environment with a focus on the importance of the care environment for the health of patients/residents and the environment as obstacles and support for the implementation of care.
Göran Lindahl, Professor, Division of Construction Management at Chalmers. Active in Center for Health Care Architecture, CVA and Center for Management of the Built environment, CMB. Research focus on Project Management and Facilities Management, often from a client perspective. Particular focus in research is on planning of workplaces and health care facilities and issues related to usability.
Students and lecturers/teachers from HDK-Valand – Academy of Art and Design.