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 7:00 AM – 8:30 AM  10:00 AM – 11:00 AM  exterior, provides positive distraction, and contributes   Superior. Its patient-centric design will drive positive
               to wayfinding and landmarking. Learn how a clearly   patient outcomes by consolidating adaptable inpatient
 Networking Breakfast  sponsored by:  Lights! Camera! Activate! Dress   defined Design Vision can help achieve excellence. Find   rooms, procedure rooms and OR platforms, and flexibly
 Rehearsal Simulation Benefits—An   out how the integration of art supports the Recovery   planned outpatient spaces. As the bellwether project
                                                                  of  progressive  redevelopment,  it  is  expected  to  shift
               Model of Care, and how input from the entire CAMH
 Owners View   community shaped the buildings, interior design, and   the healthcare environment in Duluth and the region,
 8:30 AM – 9:45 AM
 Even the most diligent planners recognize that issues   the selection of art, to help transform lives. At SickKids   and financially stimulate the Superior Street area - an
 Opening Keynote & Welcoming   and gaps are a reality of new facility projects. Early   Hospital, an innovative approach to integrating art   underutilized  commercial  and  entertainment  hub  of
 Ceremony  recognition of issues is key to a seamless activation.   was inspired by a Patient/Family Engagement Process   Duluth.
 Varying in topic from signage to equipment functionality,   for a renovation of the Blood and Marrow Transplant/
 early identification of issues reduces  the impact to   Cellular Therapy (BMT/CT) Unit. Learn how we can   SPEAKERS:
 SPEAKER: Alan Graham, Founder and CEO,   design spaces that respond to the needs and interests
 Mobile Loaves & Fishes  patient care and staff satisfaction on Day 1. In this   Dan Cebelinski, MBA, PE, CHFM, Director Facilities,
 session, a group of experienced new facility activation   of the diverse population in pediatrics, and how their   Essentia Health
 healthcare  leaders  will  share  the  benefits  of  Dress   stories and struggles can inform the design and engage   Scott Garand AIA, Principal, EwingCole
 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM    Rehearsal in early issue identification. Dress Rehearsal   patients to BE the artists who personalize/transform   Saul Jabbawy, Principal, Director of Design, EwingCole
 is a simulation-based event aimed at replicating day-to-  their space and experiences.  Leslie Kipps, AIA, LEED AP, EDAC, CLSSBB, Principal,
 Breaking New Ground in Comprehensive   day operations in the new environment before Day 1 to   sponsored by:  EwingCole
 Care for Mentally Ill Children  validate training plans, increase staff confidence, and   John Vidmar, Vice President Facilities, Essentia
 identify issues. During the session, a Dress Rehearsal           Health-East Region
 The Big Lots Pavilion at Nationwide Children’s Hospital   framework will be reviewed, including the required
 in Columbus, Ohio represents one of the most   resources and timeline. The team will share their
 consequential  investments  in  mental  health  services   experience in planning Dress Rehearsal events, offer   SPEAKERS:     10:00 AM – 11:00 AM
 the last 10 years. Designed to accommodate over 100   practical insights, best practices and lessons learned   Jennifer Clarke, M.H.Sc., PMP, Executive Director,
 inpatient beds in a variety of settings and a wide array   that can be leveraged by fellow organizations.  Planning, Design & Operational Improvement, Centre   Microgrids: Powering the Future of
 of crisis, respite and outpatient services, the building   for Addiction and Mental Health   Healthcare Resiliency
 represents a commitment to a complex and diverse   Laurena Clark, ARIDO, IDC, NCIDQ, Senior Interior
 array of clinical treatment options and settings with a   SPEAKERS:     Designer, Stantec Architecture Ltd.   Since fuel cells recently became an acceptable
 focus on prevention and early diagnosis and treatment   Lynn Aguilera, Director of Strategic Space Planning   Ena Kenny, ARIDO, IDC, NCIDQ, Principal, Senior   emergency  power  generation  source,  microgrids  are
 of mental illness. Our presentation will provide an   and Transition Strategy, Lucile Packard Children’s   Interior Designer & Health Sector - Interior Design   now being reviewed in the current cycle (similarly
 overview  of the project  and will  then focus on four   Hospital at Stanford   Lead, Stantec Architecture Ltd  for  emergency  power). However,  the  lines  between
 areas where the building embodies some of the most   Alyson Cole, Associate Executive Director, Hospital of   “normal” and “emergency” power are increasingly
 advanced thinking in terms of clinical practice and the   the University of Pennsylvania    10:00 AM – 11:00 AM  blurring. The silent operation of a hospital microgrid
 design of mental health facilities:   Kelly Guzman, MSN, RN, President & CEO, Yellow   illustrates a paradigm shift. The rapid advancement
 Brick Consulting                                                 of technology is forcing people to reevaluate the
 •  Mental Health Assessment and Crisis Services  Allison Ong, Executive Director of Campus   How a Single Innovative, Community-
 •  Care Environments for Children with Co-morbid   Transformation Project Transition Plan, Loma Linda   focused Design will Reshape a City  opportunities and, resultantly, regulations for how power
 Mental Illness and Intellectual Disabilities and   University Health Hospitals  is provided to critical facilities like hospitals. Code-making
 Autism        Essentia Health, with its Vision Northland project,   organizations, hospital facility planners, and teams must
 •  Ambulatory, Research and Bridging Services  sought to create more than just a hospital; they wanted   understand how the combination of economics and
 •  Embracing an Urban Medical Center Setting  10:00 AM – 11:00 AM  to create a civic asset, bold enough to serve as the   technological advancements has bent the concept of
               standard bearer of health and a physical celebration   ‘emergency power’ to the breaking point. For the sake
 Transforming Lives - Art, Expression,   of  the  community  it  serves.  The  building,  whose   of the safety of healthcare facilities and the benefit of
 SPEAKERS:     design is inspired by the natural and urban textures of   patients, new ways of thinking about, and designing for,
 Ed Cheshire, RA, NCARB, Senior Project Manager,   and Recovery in Healthcare Design  Duluth, will provide public amenities such as a chapel,   emergency power generation are required.
 Nationwide Children’s Hospital   Art can transform lives. At the Centre for Addiction and   conference spaces, retail, dining commons and a roof   sponsored by:
 Ryan Hullinger, AIA, NCARB, Partner, NBBJ   Mental Health (CAMH), a rich collection of Therapeutic   garden  with  breathtaking  views  overlooking  Lake
 Francis (Frank) Murdock Pitts FAIA, FACHA, OAA,   Art Installations engages people on the interior and
 Principal, architecture+
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