Program announced for the Design for Wellbeing Symposium – register here

10:15Registration
10:30Opening and official welcomeSarah Pink
10:40speaker 1Laurene VaughanCare as a foundation for design practice & expanding contexts for health and wellbeing.
11:00Q&A
11:05speaker 2Sarah PinkDesign Anthropology for Wellbeing
11:25Q&A
11:30speaker 3Margo AnnemansBuilding a care vision
11:50Q&A
11:55Lunch plans and return timesShanti Sumartojo
12:00Lunch BreakLunch at Media Portal for 30 guests
12:55Return from Lunch
13:00speaker 4Keely MacarowDesigning my body into wellbeing:
13:20Q&A
13:30speaker 5Ana MartinezWhere there is a doctor but not a hospital
13:50Q&A
14:00speaker 6Philip TuneThe view from the cheap seats: hopes and dreams
14:20Q&A
14:30speaker 7Michel VerheemEnhanced user experiences through better collaboration Hospital – Architect – Wayfinding
14:50Q&A
15:00Afternoon break due back timeShanti Sumartojo
15:00Afternoon Break
15:25Return from break
15:30speaker 8Wendy GunnParticipatory care: Building relations between social and material dimensions of air quality with the health and well-being of patients
15:50Q&A
16:00speaker 9Finn PedersonArchitecture and Aboriginal Cultural Wellness in some Kimberley Case Studies
16:20Q&A
16:30speaker 10Julie BernhardtWhy is a neuroscientist interested in hospital design
16:50Q&A

 

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