Taking place on 1-2 February 2023 in Liverpool, the inaugural Cancer Care by Design 2023 International Symposium will be an opportunity to explore and share international knowledge on the future design and development of cancer care services, technology and infrastructure.
This paper will demonstrate the methodology in creating The Spine, a workplace targeting the WELL Platinum Standard, which can be applied across all sectors.
This session will discuss how MD Anderson, one of the largest cancer care centres in the world, is transforming cancer care and delivery. It will focus on how a ten-year master campus framework will leverage more than 20 million sq ft of facilities in a new resourceful way.
This session centred on issues around the design for cancer care, including two case studies of cancer centres in Israel and an analysis of small-scale cancer facilities in respect of aged care in Australia.
This practice-focused paper analyses three cancer care facilities, ranging from the metropolitan landscape of New York City and the suburban garden campus outside Philadelphia to the pastoral setting of Lincoln, Nebraska, highlighting how they meet the needs and demands of the communities they serve.
This paper will present an overview of the Grafton Way Building scheme, detailing the key challenges faced in the delivery of this project, which will form a cornerstone of UCLH’s service offering.
“It does not feel like being in a hospital”: a therapeutic environment for cancer patients. Oncology pavilion in Aranda de Duero, Spain
This talk focuses on a project in Spain to redesign and relocate an oncology unit for cancer patients.
Even before Covid-19 struck, cancer was a leading cause of premature death, but the impact of the pandemic on early diagnosis and treatment is likely to set back cancer outcomes in Europe by almost a decade.