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1 23rd Congress of the International Federation of Hospital Engineering (IFHE) 25th Latin American Congress of Architecture and Hospital Engineering HEALTHCARE FACILITIES IN TIMES OF RADICAL CHANGES 23º Congreso de la Federación Internacional de Ingeniería Hospitalaria (IFHE) 25º Congreso Latinoamericano de Arquitectura e Ingeniería Hospitalaria EL HOSPITAL EN TIEMPOS DE CAMBIOS RADICALES October 13th-16th, 2014 / 13 al 16 de Octubre de 2014 UCA Puerto Madero, Buenos Aires, Argentina PROGRAMME / PROGRAMA

2 EVENT MANAGEMENT: MCI BUENOS AIRES Santa Fe º piso, oficina 1 - Teléfono: (5411) Fax: (5411) Authorities / Autoridades CONGRESS PRESIDENT / PRESIDENTE DEL CONGRESO Arch. Luciano Monza ORGANIZING COMMITTEE / COMITÉ ORGANIZADOR Arch. Alicia Preide - ACADEMIC SECRETARIAT Arch. Osvaldo Donato - TREASURER Arch. José Turniansky - LATIN AMERICA COORDINATOR Arch. Carlos López - COMMERCIAL EXHIBITION COORDINATOR Arch. Alberto Marjovsky - INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION AND AWARD COORDINATOR Arch. Susana Kasslater - SOCIAL EVENTS COORDINATOR SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE PRESIDENT / PRESIDENTE COMITÉ CIENTÍFICO Arch. Liliana Font SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE MEMBERS / MIEMBROS COMITÉ CIENTÍFICO Eng. Salvador Benaim (Argentina) Arch. Fabio Bitencourt (Brazil) Arch. Luis Gonzalez Sterling (Spain) Eng. Marcello Fiorenza (Italy) Arch. Martin Fiset (Canada) Eng. Gaston Lam (The Netherlands) Bioeng. Barbara Mouriño (Argentina) Prof. Eng. Arch. Yasushi Nagasawa (Japan) Dr. Mario Rovere (Argentina) Eng. Andy Wavell (UK) 3ITIES / AUTORIDADES

3 IFHE A National Members/ Miembros Nacionales A IFHE A001 - IHEEM - Institute of Healthcare Engineering and Estate Management - UK/ Reino Unido A002 - FENATO - Federazione Nazionala del Tecnici Ospedalieri - Italy/ Italia A003 - IHF - Ingénieurs Hospitaliers de France - France/ Francia A005 - APEH - Associacao Portuguesa de Engineering Hospitalar - Portugal A006 - NVTG - Nederlandse Vereniging voor Technisch Facilitair Management in de Gezondheidszorg - Netherlands/ Holanda A007 - ASHE - American Society for Healthcare Engineering - USA/ Estados Unidos A008 - NZIHE - New Zealand Institute of Healthcare Engineering - New Zealand/ Nueva Zelanda A009 - IHEA - Institute of Hospital Engineering Australia - Australia A010 - SAFHE - South African Federation of Hospital Engineering - South Africa/ Sudáfrica A012 - VTDV - Vereniging van Technische Diensthoofden der Verzorgings Instellingen vzw Belgium/ Bélgica A013 - AEIH - Asociacion Espanola de Ingenieria Hospitalaria - Spain/ España A014- HIS - Ingenieur Hospital Schweiz - Switzerland/ Siuza A015 -FSTA - Forum for SygehusTeknik og - Arkitektur - Denmark/ Dinamarca A016 -IAHE - Israel Association of Hospital Engineering - Israel A017 - WGKT - Wissenschaftliche Gesellschaft fur Krankenhaustechnik - Germany/ Alemania A018 - CHES - Canadian Healthcare Engineering Society - Canada A020 - HEAJ - Healthcare Engineering Association of Japan Japan/ Japón A022 - HATIMI - Himpunan Ahli Teknik Instalasi Medik Indonesia - Indonesia A024 - FKT - Fachvereinigung Krankenhaustechnik e.v. - Germany/ Alemania A025 - AADAIH - Asociacion Argentina de Arquitectura e Ingenieria Hospitalaria - Argentina A028 - FSTL - Forum for Sykehus Tekniske Ledelse - Norway/ Noruega A032 - SUAIH - Sociedad Uruguaya de Arquitectura e Ingenieria Hospitalaria - Uruguay A033 - UNAMHE - Uganda National Association for Medical and Hospital Engineering - Uganda A035 - ABDEH - Associacao Brasileira para o Desenvolvimento do Edificio Hospitalar - Brazil/ Brasil A038 - AFHE - Association of Finnish Hospital Engineering - Finland/ Finlandia A039 - AMEK - Association of Medical Engineering of Kenya - Kenya A040 - ÖVKT - Österreichischer Verband Der Krankenhaus-Techniker/Innen - Austria A041 - IHE - Institute of Hospital Engineering - India A042 - KIHA - Korea Institute of Healthcare Architecture - Korea A043 - BEAM - Biomedical Engineering Association of Malaysia - Malaysia/ Malasia A044 - SIAIS - Societa Italiana dell Architettura e dell Ingegneria per la Sanita - Italy/ Italia A045 - HASRB - Hospital Architecture System Research Branch (Chinese Hospital Association) - China IFHE Executive Committee ( ) / Comité Ejecutivo IFHE ( ) PRESIDENT Eng. Ole Rist PAST PRESIDENT Prof. Eng. Arch. Yasushi Nagasawa 1ST VICE PRESIDENT Arch. Liliana Font 2ND VICE PRESIDENT Eng. Douwe Kiestra AADAIH Board ( ) / Comisión Directiva AADAIH ( ) PRESIDENT/ PRESIDENTE Arch. José Turniansky VICE-PRESIDENT/ VICEPRESIDENTE Eng. Ricardo Franceschelli SECRETARY/ SECRETARIA Arch. Elvira Contreras PRO-SECRETARY/ PROSECRETARIA Arch. Alicia Preide TREASURER/ TESORERO Arch. Carlos López PRO-TREASURER/ PROTESORERO Arch. Graciela Bueno REGULAR MEMBERS/ VOCALES TITULARES Arch. Liliana Font Arch. Susana Kasslater Arch. Alberto Marjovsky Arch. Luis Merico GENERAL SECRETARY Eng. Gunnar Baekken TREASURER Eng. Steve Drinkrow MEMBER Eng. Darryl Pitcher Eng. Ronnie Browne Eng. Steve Rees Arch. Luciano Monza Eng. Armando Negrotti Arch. Laura Tonelli Arch. Esteban Urruty SUBSTITUTE MEMBERS/ VOCALES SUPLENTES Arch. María Soledad Brizuela del Moral Arch. Silvia Isabel Canetta Arch. Gabriela Perello Arch. Yolanda Sbrola AUDITORS/ REVISORES DE CUENTAS Arch. Osvaldo Donato Arch. Patricia Janeiro Arch. Roberto Navazo HONORARY PARTNERS/ SOCIOS HONORARIOS Eng. Ing. Salvador Benaim Arch. Clorindo Testa Dra. Alicia Minsberg Dr. Fortunato Benaim Lic. Elena de Masciarelli ITIES / AUTORIDADES 4 5

4 Welcome Bienvenida The realization of this Congress in Argentina is an old wish of the Argentine Association of Hospital Architecture and Engineering (AADAIH), not only of its present members but also of earlier members, among them the fellow founders. This Congress represents a great success for all of us and for our Latin American colleagues that accompanied and supported us. It also represents a great challenge for the International Federation, that trusted our organization and its capacity to realize this international congress for the first time in this part of the world. But we relied not only on the trust of the Federation to accomplish it, we also received the support of the great number of registered speakers and attendants, coming from all continents and more than 50 countries around the world. To mention all countries one by one would take too long, but we can state that we have participants from nearly every Latin American country, as from North America, from 15 European countries, and a significant number from Africa, Asia and Oceania. The positive response to the call for papers, with nearly 100 presentations of great academic quality from more than 30 countries, required a hard and difficult work from the Scientific Committee, which resulted in the selection of about 50 papers, organized in 19 thematic sessions, based on the 3 principal Topics of the Congress: Sustainability, Humanization and New Scenarios. We will also have 9 main papers presented by recognized professionals from Argentina, Canada, Italy, Norway, Spain, the United Kingdom and the United States. Finally, we have specially appointed the National Associations from Japan, Holland, Costa Rica and Brazil to convey the highlights of actual healthcare architecture and engineering in their countries. The 19 sessions with the 9 main speakers and the 4 country panels make up the Academic Programme to be developed through Monday 13, Tuesday 14 and Wendsday 15. The Congress will be complemented by 2 simultaneous adjacent exhibitions : an International AADAIH IFHE Exhibition, nominated Architectural Quality in Healthcare Buildings with 25 exhibits deployed at the foyer, and awards to be assigned in 4 categories. a Commercial Exhibition, with 25 booths for healthcarelated Institutions and Companies. On Tuesday 16, in the morning and afternoon, a number of technical visits have been scheduled to different healthcare facilities in Buenos Aires City and its Metropolitan Area, and on Friday 17 there will be an all-day visit to Rosario City and 3 of its relevant healthcare institutions, organized by the Government of the Province of Santa Fe. We want to express our special gratitude to all those who have worked so hard to organize and realize this 23rd World Congress of the International Federation of Hospital Engineering: the Congress Organizing Committee, the Scientific Committee, MCI, the AADAIH Executive Committee, the technical visits organizers, the healthcare institutions that offered their buildings for the technical visits, the national and international organizations that supported us, and the companies that sponsor us. We hope these 5 congress days, and the rest of the time that all of you will spend in Buenos Aires and in Argentina, will be a great opportunity for personal encounters and exchange of experiencies between us all professionals that work in hospital architecture and engineering in different parts of the world. WELCOME TO OUR HOME La realización de este Congreso en Argentina es un viejo anhelo de la Asociación Argentina de Arquitectura e Ingeniería Hospitalaria, de sus miembros actuales pero también de miembros anteriores entre ellos de los socios fundadores. Este Congreso es un gran logro para nosotros y para todos los colegas latinoamericanos que nos acompañaron y nos apoyaron. También una gran apuesta de la Federación Internacional, que confió en nuestra capacidad organizativa y de convocatoria para realizar el congreso mundial por primera vez en este lugar del mundo. Pero no solamente hemos tenido el aval para hacerlo sino que también recibimos el apoyo a través de la gran cantidad de panelistas y asistentes, que vienen de todos los continentes y de casi 50 países del mundo. Nombrar país por país sería muy largo pero puedo mencionar que tenemos asistentes de prácticamente todos los países latinoamericanos, así como de América del Norte, de 15 países de Europa, varios de África y Asia, y de Oceanía. Esta importante convocatoria ya comenzó con la presentación de ponencias, con casi 100 trabajos de más de 30 países, de gran calidad académica que obligó a un trabajo arduo y difícil del Comité Científico. Y dio como resultado la selección de unos 50 trabajos que se han organizado en 19 sesiones temáticas organizadas en función de los 3 Ejes Temáticos del Congreso: Sustentabilidad, Humanización y Nuevos Escenarios. También tenemos 9 conferencias principales de reconocidos profesionales internacionales de Argentina, Canada, España, Estados Unidos, Italia, Noruega y Reino Unido. Asimismo invitamos a las asociaciones nacionales de 4 países a presentar la actualidad de la arquitectura e ingeniería hospitalarias de Japón, Holanda, Costa Rica y Brasil. Las 19 sesiones con los 9 conferencistas principales y los paneles de los 4 países componen el programa académico que se desarrolla los días lunes 13, martes 14 y miércoles 15 de octubre. El Congreso Mundial está acompañado por 2 exposiciones paralelas a las sesiones académicas: la Muestra Internacional AADAIH - IFHE a la Calidad Arquitectónica en los Edificios para la Salud con la presentación de 25 trabajos expuestos en el foyer, que contará con premios en 4 categorías. la Exposición Comercial con 25 stands institucionales y de empresas. El jueves 16 habrá visitas técnicas, durante la mañana y la tarde, a distintos establecimientos de salud de la Ciudad y del Área Metropolitana de Buenos Aires. Y el viernes 17 se realizará una visita de todo el día a la ciudad de Rosario y 3 establecimientos de salud organizada por la Provincia de Santa Fe. Queremos agradecer especialmente a todos los que han trabajado tanto para organizar y llevar adelante este 23 Congreso Mundial de la Federación Internacional de Ingeniería Hospitalaria (IFHE): el Comité Organizador, el Comité Científico, MCI, la Comisión Directiva de AADAIH, los organizadores de las visitas técnicas, los establecimientos de salud que nos facilitan sus instalaciones para las visitas, los organismos nacionales e internacionales que nos auspician, y las empresas que nos apoyan económicamente. Por último esperamos que estos 5 días de Congreso, y el resto del tiempo en Buenos Aires y en Argentina, sean un gran momento de intercambio y de encuentro entre todos los profesionales que trabajamos en la arquitectura e ingeniería hopitalarias alrededor del mundo. BIENVENIDOS A NUESTRA CASA. WELCOME / BIENVENIDA Arch. Luciano Monza PRESIDENT CONGRESS IFHE 2014 Arch. Liliana Font PRESIDENT IFHE Arch. Luciano Monza PRESIDENT CONGRESS IFHE 2014 Arch. Liliana Font PRESIDENT IFHE

5 General Information CONGRESS VENUE: Universidad Católica de Buenos Aires - San José Building - Alicia Moreau de Justo Av. 1680, C1107AAZ, Buenos Aires, Argentina. OFFICIAL LANGUAGE: The official language is English and translation service into Spanish will be available. COFFEE BREAKS: They will be served in Juan Pablo II Room and in its foyer, with the commercial exhibition. ROOMS LOCATION: Juan Pablo II FIRST FLOOR Aula Magna SECOND FLOOR REGISTRATION OPENING HOUR: Monday 13st October: to hs Tuesday 14th October: 7.00 to hs Wednesday 15th October: 7.00 to hs EXHIBITION OPENING HOUR: Monday 13st October, 18:30 PM, (Juan Pablo II Room and its Foyer) Tuesday 14th: 9.00 to hs Wednesday 15th: 9.00 to hs SPEAKERS ROOM: It will be situated in Room 203, at the 2nd Floor, available from Monday 13rd to Wednesday 15th October. CLIMATE: In October the climate of Buenos Aires is mostly sunny and hot, due to the begging of spring. A sweater, jumper or coats are recommended for use at night, when the temperature can fall a bit, but generally the weather is good. October temperatures range from 10º to 22ºC. CREDIT CARDS - CHANGE OF MONEY - TIPS: In almost all the leading hotels, stores and restaurants, the more important credit cards are welcome. The national monetary unit is the Peso ($), and you can become informed of the exchange rate at your hotel desk. Banks do not hold restrictions for foreign currency exchange. They attend from 10,00 to 15,00 h. Do not exchange money with street vendors. Traveller checks are only exchangeable in Banks or your hotel desk. Tips in Restaurants oscillate between 5% and 10%. Taxi-drivers are not usually tipped. Pay them only in local currency. INSURANCE INFORMATION: Exhibitors are reminded the need to consult their insurance company or broker to cover themselves fully against all risks at the exhibition. FAREWELL COCKTAIL: Wednesday 15th, October, 20:30 pm. La Rosa Náutica: Alicia Moreau de Justo 246, Puerto Madero. Purchase your card at Registration Secretariat. Información General SEDE DEL CONGRESO: Universidad Católica Argentina Edificio San José. Av. Alicia Moreau de Justo 1680, Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires. IDIOMA OFICIAL: El idioma oficial es Ingles y el servicio de traducción simultánea al español estará disponible en las sesiones. SERVICIO DE CAFÉ: Los mismos serán servidos en el Foyer del Salón Juan Pablo II. UBICACIÓN DE LOS SALONES: Salón Juan Pablo II primer piso Aula Magna segundo piso APERTURA ACREDITACIONES: Lunes 13 de Octubre: 13:30 a 18:00 hs, entrada del edificio San José II. Martes 14 de Octubre: 07:00 a 18:00 hs. Miércoles 15 de Octubre: 07:00 a 18:00 hs. APERTURA EXHIBICIÓN: Lunes 13 de Octubre, 18:30 hs (Juan Pablo II y su Foyer) Martes 14 de Octubre: 09:00 a 18:00 hs Miércoles 15: 09:00 a 18:00 hs SALA DE ORADORES: La Sala 203, ubicada en el 2 piso, está destinada para la carga de presentaciones de los disertantes. La misma estará disponible desde el lunes 13 al miércoles 15 de octubre. CLIMA: En Octubre el clima en Buenos Aires es variable, generalmente soleado y caluroso, debido al comienzo de la primavera. Durante la noche la temperatura puede descender unos grados, pero generalmente el clima es muy bueno. Las temperaturas en Agosto (invierno) oscilan entre los 10ºC a 22ºC. TARJETAS DE CRÉDITO - CAMBIO DE MONEDA- PROPINAS: En la mayoría de los hoteles, comercios y restaurantes aceptan las tarjetas de crédito más importantes. La unidad monetaria nacional es el peso ($). Los bancos no tienen restricciones para el cambio de moneda extranjera. Los cheques de viajero deben ser cambios en hoteles o bancos. Las propinas en los restaurantes son entre el 5% y el 10%. SEGURO: Se les recuerda a los expositores consultar a su compañía o corredor de seguros para cubrirse completamente contra todos los riesgos en la exposición. COCKTAIL DE DESPEDIDA: Miércoles 15 de octubre, hs. La Rosa Náutica: Alicia Moreau de Justo 246, Puerto Madero. Adquiera su tarjeta en la Secretaría de Acreditaciones. GENRAL INFORMATION / INFORMACIÓN GENERAL 8 9

6 Academic Programme / MONDAY 13 Programa Académico / LUNES 13 9:00 to 12:00 13:00 to 14:30 14:30 to 15:10 15:10 to 15:50 15:50 to 16:30 17:00 to 17:40 17:40 to 19:00 AUDITORIUM JUAN PABLO II - 2 FLOOR LATIN AMERICAN GROUP MEETING COORDINATION: JOSÉ TURNIANSKY (AADAIH) TRAINNING WORKSHOP COORDINATION: MARIA ELVIRA CONTRERAS (AADAIH) REGULATIONS WORKSHOP COORDINATION: LAURA TONELLI (AADAIH) ROOM FLOOR EUROPEAN GROUP MEETING COORDINATION: PAUL MERLEVEDE (VTDV) OPENING REGISTRATION SECRETARIAT (HALL ENTRANCE BUILDING SAN JOSÉ - A. MOREAU DE JUSTO 1680) CONFERENCE DR. MARIO ROVERE (ARGENTINA) AADAIH Redefining Health Facilities Facing Demographic, Epidemiological, Technological and Political Changes in International Perspective (01) CONFERENCE ENG. GREG MARKHAM (UK) IHEEM A Sustainable Approach to the Development and Maintenance of the Building for Health (02) CONFERENCE ARCH. ROMANO DEL NORD (ITALY) PHG UIA Remodeling and Expansion of Monumental Hospitals in Urban Areas: the Approach to Sustainable Culture (03) COFFEE BREAK IFHE GENERAL ASSEMBLY IFHE PRESIDENT IFHE PAST PRESIDENT IFHE GENERAL SECRETARY OPENING CEREMONY IFHE CONGRESS PRESIDENT AADAIH PRESIDENT REPRESENTATIVE OPS OFFICIAL ITIES CHORUS PACEM IN TERRIS PRESENTATION DIR. HÉCTOR SAAB (Hanwha Actimat Courtesy) 19:00 ARCHITECTURAL AND COMMERCIAL EXHIBITION OPENING AND WELCOME COCKTAIL (Auditorium Juan Pablo II and Foyer, 2nd FLOOR) 9:00 a 12:00 13:00 a 14:30 14:30 a 15:10 15:10 a 15:50 15:50 a 16:30 17:00 a 17:40 17:40 a 19:00 AUDITORIO JUAN PABLO II - 2º PISO TALLER DE INTEGRACIÓN LATINOAMERICANA COORDINA: JOSÉ TURNIANSKY (AADAIH) TALLER DE CAPACITACIÓN COORDINA: MARIA ELVIRA CONTRERAS (AADAIH) TALLER DE NORMATIVAS COORDINA: LAURA TONELLI (AADAIH) AULA 107-1º PISO REUNIÓN GRUPO EUROPA COORDINA: PAUL MERLEVEDE (VTDV) INSCRIPCIONES (HALL ENTRADA EDIFICIO SAN JOSÉ - A. MOREAU DE JUSTO 1680) CONFERENCIA DR. MARIO ROVERE (ARGENTINA) AADAIH Redefiniendo los Espacios para la Salud frente a cambios demográficos, epidemiológicos, tecnológicos y políticos en una perspectiva internacional (01) CONFERENCIA ING. GREG MARKHAM (REINO UNIDO) IHEEM Un enfoque sustentable para el desarrollo y el mantenimiento del edificio para la Salud (02) CONFERENCIA ARQ. ROMANO DEL NORD (ITALIA) PHG UIA Remodelación y expansión de hospitales monumentales en áreas urbanas: la aproximación a la cultura sustentable (03) RECESO PARA CAFÉ ASAMBLEA GENERAL IFHE (AUDITORIO Juan Pablo II - 2º PISO) PRESIDENTE IFHE - PRESIDENTE PASADO IFHE - SECRETARIO GENERAL IFHE CEREMONIA INAUGURAL (AUDITORIO Juan Pablo II - 2º PISO) PRESIDENTE CONGRESO IFHE PRESIDENTE AADAIH REPRESENTANTE OPS AUTORIDADES OFICIALES PRESENTACIÓN CORO PACEM IN TERRIS DIR. HÉCTOR SAAB (Gentileza de Hanwha Actimat) 19:00 APERTURAS EXPOSICIÓN COMERCIAL Y MUESTRA DE ARQUITECTURA, Y COCKTAIL DE BIENVENIDA (AUDITORIO Juan Pablo II y Foyer- 2º PISO) ACADEMIC PROGRAMME / PROGRAMA ACADÉMICO 10 11

7 Academic Programme / TUESDAY 14 08:00 to 9:45 9:45 to 10:45 AUDITORIUM JUAN PABLO II - 2 FLOOR JAPAN PANEL PRESIDENT YASUSHI NAGASAWA HEAJ Disaster Mitigation through Facility Management and Hospital Business Continuity Plan" (04) T. SHIGETA, Y. KOBAYASHI HEAJ: A Comparative Study on the Disaster Recovery of Hospital in Tokyo Japan (05) K. EGAWA HEAJ: Study on First-Aid Stations of Disaster Medical Services in Hospital District (06) O. KOSAKA HEAJ: Tools of Business Continuity Plan for Hospitals Suffered from Recent Devastating Disasters in Japan (07) S. TAGUCHI HEAJ: Surveys on Disaster Mitigation and Business Continuity Situation in 50 Hospitals Suffered from Great East Japan Earthquake in 2011 (08) SESSION 1 Vulnerability COORDINATION: Prof. Yasushi Nagasawa (HEAJ) Eng. Ricardo Franceschelli (AADAIH) AULA MAGNA - 1 FLOOR SESSION 2 Cultural Diversity COORDINATION: Arch. Marcio Oliveira (ABDEH) Arch. Gabriela Perello (AADAIH) EDUARDO FRUTIS GOMEZ (MEXICO) Theory and Program of the Intercultural Hospital in Cuetzalan del Progreso, Puebla, Mexico. (12) SALOME MWAURA (KENYA) Effects of Traditions on Healthcare Service Delivery in Kenya (13) GUILLERMO A. TURZA ARÉVALO (PERU) Antonio Lorena Hospital, Cusco (14) ERNESTO GONZALEZ NAGEL (MOZAMBIQUE) Mozambique. The Paradox of a Green Clinic in the Heart of a Coal Mine (15) CONFERENCE MARIO COREA (SPAIN-ARGENTINA) Architectures for Change (16) Programa Académico / MARTES 14 08:00 a 9:45 9:45 a 10:45 AUDITORIO JUAN PABLO II - 2º PISO PANEL JAPÓN PRESIDENTE PROF. YASUSHI NAGASAWA HEAJ Mitigación del desastre a través del gerenciamiento del Recurso Físico y el Plan continuo de la administración de Salud (04) T. SHIGETA, Y. KOBAYASHI HEAJ: Un estudio comparativo sobre la recuperación de desastres del hospital en Tokio, Japón (05) K. EGAWA HEAJ: Estudio sobre las Estaciones de Primeros Auxilios de los Servicios Médicos para el Desastre en el Distrito Hospitalario (06) O. KOSAKA HEAJ: Herramientas del Plan Continuo de la Administración de Salud para Hospitales que han sufrido recientes desastres devastadores en Japón (07) S. TAGUCHI HEAJ: Investigación en Mitigación de Desastre y Situación de la Continuidad de la Administración de 50 Hospitales que han sufrido del Terremoto en el Este de Japon en 2011 (08) SESIÓN 1 Vulnerabilidad COORDINAN: Prof. Yasushi Nagasawa (HEAJ) Ing. Ricardo Franceschelli (AADAIH) AULA MAGNA - 1º PISO SESIÓN 2 Diversidad Cultural COORDINAN: Arq. Marcio Oliveira (ABDEH) Arq. Gabriela Perello (AADAIH) EDUARDO FRUTIS GOMEZ (MÉXICO): Teoría y Programa del Hospital Intercultural en Cuetzalan del Progreso, Puebla, México (12) SALOME MWAURA (KENYA): Efectos de las Tradiciones en la Prestación de Servicios de Salud en Kenya (13) GUILLERMO A. TURZA ARÉVALO (PERÚ): Hospital Antonio Lorena, Cusco (14) ERNESTO GONZALEZ NAGEL (MOZAMBIQUE): Mozambique. La Paradoja de una Clínica Verde en el Corazón de una Mina de Carbón (15) CONFERENCIA MARIO COREA (ESPAÑA-ARGENTINA) Arquitecturas para el cambio (16) ACADEMIC PROGRAMME / PROGRAMA ACADÉMICO TERESA GUEVARA PEREZ (COLOMBIA) Effects of Free Plan Modern Architectural Configuration in Seismic Performance of Hospitals (09) WALTER VERNON (USA) Project Hope: A Case Study (10) TERESA GUEVARA PEREZ (COLOMBIA): Efectos de la Configuración Arquitectónica Moderna Planta Libre en el Comportamiento Sísmico de Hospitales (09) WALTER VERNON (Estados Unidos): Proyecto Esperanza: Estudio de Caso (10) ADRIANA GUISASOLA (ARGENTINA) How Base Isolation Benefits the Architectural Design of Hospital Buildings in Seismic Zones (11) ADRIANA GUISASOLA (ARGENTINA): Cómo Bases Sísmicas Aisladas Benefician el Diseño Arquitectónico de Edificios Hospitalarios en Zonas Sísmicas (11) COFFEE BREAK RECESO PARA CAFÉ 11:15 to 12:15 SESSION 3 Green Hospital COORDINATION: Eng. Darryl Pitcher (IHEA) Arch. Javier Sartorio (AADAIH) SESSION 4 Connectivity Safety COORDINATION: Eng. Ronnie Browne (IHEEM) Bioeng. Barbara Mouriño (AADAIH) 11:15 a 12:15 SESIÓN 3 Hospital Verde COORDINAN: Ing. Darryl Pitcher (IHEA) Arq. Javier Sartorio (AADAIH) SESIÓN 4 Conectividad Seguridad COORDINAN: Ing. Ronnie Browne (IHEEM) Bioing. Bárbara Mouriño (AADAIH) 12:15 to 13:00 FRANCOIS BESTER (SOUTHAFRICA) Benefits of an Environmental Management System in the Management of a Hospital: Experience of the Past 11 Years (17) SCOTT SLOTTERBACK (USA) Green Hospitals Worldwide, Global Green and Healthy Hospitals A Global Network Accelerating Sustainability in Health Care (18) CONFERENCE PATRICIA CANEDO (USA) Cancer treatment Creating Spaces to Enhance Patient Experience and Health Outcomes (19) GIANLUCA BORELLI (ITALY) Preliminary Study of RFID Technologies for Healthcare Applications (20) OSVALDO GARCÍA (ARGENTINA) Core Tele Health Province of Mendoza a Strategy for Integration (21) MATTHIAS SCHWABE / SERGIO JULIAN (GERMANY) Electrical Safety Concept for Medical Locations National and International Standards EG IEC /NFPA99 Theory and Case Study (22) 12:15 a 13:00 FRANCOIS BESTER (SUDÁFRICA): Ventajas de un Sistema de Gestión Ambiental en la Gestión de un Hospital: la Experiencia de los Últimos 11 años (17) SCOTT SLOTTERBACK (Estados Unidos): Hospitales Verdes del Mundo, Hospitales Saludables y Verdes - Una Red Global Incrementando la Sustentabilidad en el Cuidado de la Salud (18 CONFERENCIA PATRICIA CANEDO (Estados Unidos) Tratamiento del Cáncer Creando Espacios para mejorar la experiencia del paciente y los resultados del tratamiento médico (19) GIANLUCA BORELLI (ITALIA): Estudios Preliminares de Tecnología RFID para Aplicaciones del Cuidado de la Salud (20) OSVALDO GARCÍA (ARGENTINA): Core Tele Health - Provincia de Mendoza una Estrategia para la Integración (21) MATTHIAS SCHWABE / SERGIO JULIAN (ALEMANIA): El Concepto de Seguridad Eléctrica para Locales Médicos sobre las Normas Nacionales e Internacionales - EG IEC /NFPA99 - Teoría y Estudio de Caso (22) BREAK RECESO 12 13

8 Academic Programme / TUESDAY 14 14:30 to 15:45 15:45 to 16:30 17:00 to 17:50 SESSION 5 Design focused on the patient COORDINATION: Eng. Gunnar Baekken (FSTL) Arch. Alberto Marjovsky (AADAIH) MOEMA LOURES (BRAZIL) The Challenges of Architectural Human Scale in Hospital Environments: Santa Cassa de Juiz de Fora Case (23) MINOR MARTIN AGUILAR (COSTA RICA) Tropical Architecture for Cancer Treatment: Radiotherapy and Chemotherapy Experience (24) MARIO ALEXANDER PFANNSTIEL (GERMANY) Signage Syst. and Productivity Enhancement in Changing Environment Consider of Patient and Employee Diversity in Healthcare Organization (25) CONFERENCE PER BRYNILDSEN (NORWAY) FSTL (Forum for Sykehusenes Tekniske Ledelse) Hospitals in Norway: Possibility studies of merging of 3 large hospitals in Oslo to a single entity Implications for organization, environment, economy, urbanism and architecture (26) SESSION 8 Elderly Housing COORDINATION: Eng. Gaston Lam (NVTG) Arch. Alicia Preide (AADAIH) COFFEE BREAK SESSION 6 Energy saving COORDINATION: Eng. Steve Rees (CHES) Arch. Carlos Lopez (AADAIH) MARCELLO FIORENZA (ITALY) Hospital Towards Zero CO2 Emissions (27) JANNE GRINDHEIM (NORWAY) Efficient Lighting in Hospitals to Minimize Cooling (28) TARALD ROHDE (NORWAY) Monitoring Equipment to Reduce Energy Consumption in Hospitals (29) SESSION 7 Biomedical Equipment COORDINATION: Eng. Andy Wavell (IHEEM) Ach. Roberto Navazo (AADAIH) FRANCO MENDIETA (GERMANY): Hibrid Operating Rooms in Modular Construction (30) PIETER KAMP (NETHERLANDS) Flexibility in Hospital Building and Application by Means of Standardized Medical Room Types (31) SESSION 9 Quality and Safety Control COORD.: Archs. Laura Tonelli & Osvaldo Donato (AADAIH) Eng. Marcello Fiorenza (SIAIS) Programa Académico / MARTES 14 14:30 a 15:45 15:45 a 16:30 17:00 a 17:50 SESIÓN 5 Diseño Focalizado en el Paciente COORDINAN: Ing. Gunnar Baekken (FSTL) Arq. Alberto Marjovsky (AADAIH) MOEMA LOURES (BRASIL): Los desafíos de la Escala Humana arquitectónica en el ambiente hospitalario: Santa Cassa de Juiz de Fora Case (23) MINOR MARTIN AGUILAR (COSTA RICA): Arquitectura Tropical para el Tratamiento del Cáncer: La Experiencia en la Radioterapia y la Quimioterapia (24) MARIO ALEXANDER PFANNSTIEL (ALEMANIA): Sistema de Señalética y la Mejora de la Productividad en un Entorno Cambiante - Consideración de la Diversidad del Paciente y de los Empleados en las Organizaciones de Salud (25) CONFERENCIA PER BRYNILDSEN (NORUEGA) FSTL (Forum for Sykehusenes Tekniske Ledelse) Hospitales en Noruega. Estudios para unificar 3 grandes hospitales en Oslo. Incidencia en la organización, el medio, la economía, el urbanismo y la arquitectura (26) SESIÓN 8 Soluciones para Adultos Mayores COORDINAN: Ing. Gaston Lam (NVTG) Arq. Alicia Preide (AADAIH) RECESO PARA CAFÉ SESIÓN 6 Ahorro Energético COORDINAN: Ing. Steve Rees (CHES) Arq. Carlos Lopez (AADAIH) MARCELLO FIORENZA (ITALIA): Hospital Hacia Cero Emisión de CO2 (27) JANNE GRINDHEIM (NORUEGA): Iluminación Eficiente en Hospitales para Minimizar la Refrigeración (28) TARALD ROHDE (NORUEGA): Monitoreo de Equipamiento para Reducir el Consumo Energético en Hospitales (29) SESIÓN 7 Equipamiento Biomédico COORDINAN: Ing. Andy Wavell (IHEEM) Arq. Roberto Navazo (AADAIH) FRANCO MENDIETA (ALEMANIA): Salas Hibridas Modulares (30) PIETER KAMP (HOLANDA): Flexibilidad en Edificios Hospitalarios y la Aplicación Mediante Tipos de Salas Médicas Estandarizadas (31) SESIÓN 9 Calidad y Control de Seguridad COORD.: Arq. Laura Tonelli y Arq. Osvaldo Donato (AADAIH) - Ing. Marcello Fiorenza (SIAIS) ACADEMIC PROGRAMME / PROGRAMA ACADÉMICO 17:50 to 19:30 EDUARDO FRANK (ARGENTINA) Integral Centre for Treatment of Ezlderly Adults Specialized in Alzheimer Disease. CITEA (32) EFTHIMIA PANTZARTZIS (UK) The Environment of Care for People with Dementia: Evidence-Based Design Solutions and Integrated Care Best Practices in Times of Radical Changes (33) THE NETHERLANDS PANEL PRESIDENT DOUWE KIESTRA NVTG (Healthcare Engeneering Association of the Netherlands) - IFHEE 2016 The Netherlands DOUWE KIESTRA NVTG - Development of Dutch Healthcare in Cure and Care (34) J.W. VAN RIJEN DEERNS - Your Hospital in 2040 (35) REIMAR VON MEDING KAW - Designing Care on Human Scale: The Latest Development in Netherlands (36) RIEN KOOISTRA (NETHERLANDS) Cause of Complications: Understanding Relation Between Postoperative Comp and Systems and Processes Hospital by Means of Influence Diagram (37) MARIA MONICA ARAUJO LIMA (BRAZIL) Intensive Therapy Unit: Humanizing the Assistance and the Physical Environment (38) SESSION 10 Humanization COORD.: Archs. Laura Tonelli & Osvaldo Donato (AADAIH) Eng. Marcello Fiorenza (SIAIS) PAULA CEPPARO (ARGENTINA) Going to the Shopping Mall for the Healthcare The Case of Centro Medico Palmares (39) DIRK DE MAN (BELGIUM) Care Hotel Drie Eiken (40) ALICIA PRINGLES BELVIDERI (ARGENTINA) Concretion of a Palliative Care Facility From the Holistic Concept of Man, Casa de la Bondad (41) SILVINA PAN (ARGENTINA) Learning from Alvar Aalto and Le Corbusier; Paimio Hospital and Venice Project. Why are they both a Current Healthcare Architecture? (42) JAVERIA SHAIKH (PAKISTAN): Quantification of Evidence Design Through Support Vector Machine (43) EDUARDO FRANK (ARGENTINA): Centro Integral para el Tratamiento de Adultos Mayores especializados en la enfermedad de Alzheimer. CITEA (32) EFTHIMIA PANTZARTZIS (Reino Unido): El Ambiente para Cuidados de Personas con Demencia: Evidencias Basadas en el Diseño y Practicas Integradas para Mejoramiento de la Atención en Tiempos de Cambios Radicales (33) RIEN KOOISTRA (HOLANDA): La causa de las complicaciones: Comprender la relación entre las complicaciones postoperatorias y los sistemas y procesos de Hospitalarios por medio de un diagrama de influencia (37) MARIA MONICA ARAUJO LIMA (BRASIL): Unidad de Terapia Intensiva: Humanización la asistencia y el Entorno Físico (38) 14 COCKTAIL PRESENTATION IFHE CONGRESS 2016, THE NETHERLANDS (COURTESY NVTG) (Foyer, 2nd FLOOR) COCKTAIL PRESENTACIÓN CONGRESO IFHE 2016, HOLANDA (CORTESÍA NVTG) (FOYER, 2 PISO) 15 17:50 a 19:30 PANEL HOLANDA PRESIDENTE DOUWE KIESTRA NVTG (Healthcare Engeneering Association of the Netherlands) - IFHE 2016 Holanda PRESIDENTE DOUWE KIESTRA NVTG - Desarrollo del Sistema Holandés para la cura y el cuidado de la Salud (34) J.W. VAN RIJEN Deerns - El Hospital en el 2040 (35) REIMAR VON MEDING KAW - El diseño de la atención a escala humana: el último desarrollo en Holanda (36) SESIÓN 10 Humanización COORD.: Arq. Laura Tonelli y Arq. Osvaldo Donato (AADAIH) - Ing. Marcello Fiorenza (SIAIS) PAULA CEPPARO (ARGENTINA): Ir al Shopping Mall para el Cuidado de la Salud - El Caso del Centro Medico Palmares (39) DIRK DE MAN (BÉLGICA): Hotel de Cuidados Drie Eiken (40) ALICIA PRINGLES BELVIDERI (ARGENTINA): Concreción de un Servicio de Cuidados Paliativos desde un Concepto holístico del Hombre, Casa de la Bondad (41) SILVINA PAN (ARGENTINA) Aprendiendo de Alvar Aalto y Le Corbusier; Hospital de Paimio y Hospital de Venecia. Por qué son ambos una Arquitectura Actual para la Salud? (42) JAVERIA SHAIKH (PAKISTAN): Cuantificación de pruebas de diseño a traves del soporte de máquinas vectoriales (43)

9 Academic Programme / WEDNESDAY 15 08:00 to 8:45 8:45 to 10:00 10:30 to 12:00 AUDITORIUM JUAN PABLO II - 2 FLOOR COSTA RICA PANEL PRESIDENT VANIA UREÑA ACOAIH (Asociación Costarricense de Arquitectura e Ingeniería Hospitalaria) Healthcare facilities in Costa Rica: Design Evolution (44) SESSION 11 Status of Health Services and Systems COORDINATION: Arch. Felipe Valdes (AARQHOOS) Arch. Elvira Contreras (AADAIH) SERGIO LUIS GONZALEZ (COLOMBIA) Preliminary Studies and Design of 20 Healthcare Service Provider (IPS) Facilities Located in Several Departments Throughout Colombia (45) SONIA CEDRÉS DE BELLO (VENEZUELA) Current Trends in the Healthcare System and Facilities in Venezuela (46) S. CODINA / J. PANIAGUA (ARGENTINA) Public Healthcare in the Province of Santa Fe, Argentina. Scenarios in Consolidation (47) SESSION 14 Design Trends in Latin America COORDINATION: Arch. H. Hildebrandt (AARQHOS) Arch. G. Bueno (AADAIH) COFFEE BREAK AULA MAGNA - 1 FLOOR SESSION 12 Sustainable Technologies 1 COORDINATION: Arch. P. Elzaurdía (SUAIH) Eng. Salvador Benaim ( AADAIH) MARILITA GIULIANO / RITA COMANDO (ARGENTINA) Hospitals of the Future, Paperless, Reduced Noise (48) CARLA FIGLIOLO (ARGENTINA) The Importance of Building Structures in the Waste Management of Healthcare Facilities, the Case Study of Hospital El Cruce (49) SESSION 13 Sustainable Technologies 2 COORDINATION: Eng. Tauran Zaidi (BEAM) Eng. Armando Negrotti (AADAIH) NORMAND BRAIS (CANADA) Protection Against Hospital Acquired Infections Using Advanced Ultraviolet Disinfection Technology (50) TROND THORGEIR HARSEM (NORWAY) Saving Potential with Combining Heating, Cooling and Thermal Storage (51) ANTONIO BAIO (HAITI) Raising from Destruction, the Challenges of Building in Haiti. The Example of Gonaives Hospital (52) SESSION 15 Energy Saving COORD.: Eng. Salim Lamha Neto (ABDEH) Arch. S. Kasslater (AADAIH) Programa Académico / MIÉRCOLES 15 08:00 a 8:45 8:45 a 10:00 10:30 a 12:00 AUDITORIO JUAN PABLO II - 2º PISO PANEL COSTA RICA PRESIDENTE VANIA UREÑA ACOAIH (Asociación Costarricense de Arquitectura e Ingeniería Hospitalaria) Recursos Físicos en Salud de Costa Rica: Evolución del Diseño (44) SESIÓN 11 Estado de los Sistemas y Servicios de Salud COORDINAN: Arq. Felipe Valdés (AARQHOS) Arq. Elvira Contreras (AADAIH) SERGIO LUIS GONZALEZ (COLOMBIA): Estudios y Diseños preliminares de 20 Centros de Salud (IPS) Instalaciones situadas en varios departamentos en toda Colombia (45) SONIA CEDRÉS DE BELLO (VENEZUELA): Tendencias Actuales en los Sistemas y Recursos de Salud en Venezuela (46) S. CODINA / J. PANIAGUA (ARGENTINA): Salud Pública en la Provincia de Santa Fe, Argentina. Escenarios en Consolidación (47) SESIÓN 14 Tendencias en el Diseño en Latinoamérica COORDINAN: Arq. Heriberto Hildebrandt (AARQHOS) Arq. Graciela Bueno (AADAIH) RECESO PARA CAFÉ AULA MAGNA - 1º PISO SESIÓN 12 Tecnologías Sustentables COORDINAN: Arq. P. Elzaurdía (SUAIH) Ing. Salvador Benaim ( AADAIH) MARILITA GIULIANO / RITA COMANDO (ARGENTINA): Hospitales del Futuro, Informatizados y con Control del Ruido (48) CARLA FIGLIOLO (ARGENTINA): La Importancia de la Estructura Edilicia en la Gestión del Residuo en los Edificios de Salud, Caso de Estudio Hospital El Cruce (49) SESIÓN 13 Tecnologías Sustentables 2 COORDINAN: Ing. Tauran Zaidi (BEAM) Ing. Armando Negrotti (AADAIH) NORMAND BRAIS (CANADÁ): Protección contra las Infecciones Hospitalarias Aplicando los Avances en Tecnología de Desinfección Ultravioleta (50) TROND THORGEIR HARSEM (NORUEGA): Ahorro de Potencia combinando calefacción, refrigeración y almacenamiento térmico (51) ANTONIO BAIO (HAITI): El Resurgimiento desde la Destrucción, los Desafíos de la Construcción en Haití. El ejemplo del Hospital Gonaives (52) SESIÓN 15 Ahorro Energético COORDINAN: Ing. Salim Lamha Neto (ABDEH) Arq. Susana Kasslater (AADAIH) ACADEMIC PROGRAMME / PROGRAMA ACADÉMICO SINDY MELISSA GODINEZ DE LEON (GUATEMALA) Complex Relationship Between Medical Assistance, Technology and Architecture. Future in Oncological Field. CNAO, Pavia, Italy (53) CESAR GARRIDO / ANA RODRIGUEZ QUIALA (CUBA): Health Care Facilities in Cuba and Biosafety and Laboratory Facilities Designs (54) SUSANA MIRANDA (MEXICO) Architecture Health and Future Gender Vision (55) CRISTÓBAL TIRADO (CHILE) New Paradigms on Public Health Architecture in Chile (56) JOHN THATCHER (UK): Succession Planning & Workforce Development in Healthcare Engineering & Estate Management (58) HARRY WAUGH (UK): Millennium Development Goals (59) TREVOR PAYNE (UK): Energy Saving. Bart s Health NHS Trust (60) MICHAEL SMEETH (UK): Energy Saving. Resilience for Hospitals (61) SINDY MELISSA GODINEZ DE LEON (GUATEMALA): La Compleja Relación entre la Asistencia Médica, la Tecnología y la Arquitectura. El futuro en el Campo Oncológico. CNAO, Pavia, Italia (53) CESAR GARRIDO / ANA RODRIGUEZ QUIALA (CUBA): Infraestructura en Salud en Cuba y Diseño de Instalaciones de Bioseguridad y Laboratorios (54) SUSANA MIRANDA (MÉXICO): Arquitectura de Salud y la Futura Visión Gender (55) CRISTÓBAL TIRADO (CHILE): Nuevos paradigmas en la Arquitectura de la Salud Pública en Chile (56) JOHN THATCHER (Reino Unido): Planificación y Desarrollo de la Fuerza Laboral en Ingeniería hospitalaria y Gestión de Patrimonio Físico (58) HARRY WAUGH (Reino Unido): Objetivos de Desarrollo del Milenio (59) TREVOR PAYNE (Reino Unido): Ahorro Energético. Consorcio Bart s Health NHS (60) MICHAEL SMEETH (Reino Unido): Ahorro Energético. Resiliense en Hospitales (61) 12:00 to 12:45 CONFERENCE LUIS GONZALEZ STERLING (SPAIN) AEIH (Asociación Española de Ingenieria Hospitalaria) Management Procedures, Repercussions on Design (57) CONFERENCE JULIAN AMEY (UK) IHEEM Use of Social Media in Healthcare (62) 12:00 a 12:45 CONFERENCIA LUIS GONZALEZ STERLING (ESPAÑA) AEIH (Asociación Española de Ingeniería Hospitalaria) Procedimientos de Gerenciamiento, Repercusiones en el Diseño (57) CONFERENCIA JULIAN AMEY (Reino Unido) IHEEM Uso de las Redes Sociales en el Cuidado de la Salud (62) BREAK RECESO 16 17

10 Academic Programme / WEDNESDAY 15 14:15 to 15:00 15:00 to 15:45 SESSION 16 Master Plan COORDINATION: Eng. Steve Drinkrow (SAFHE) Arch. Luis Merico (AADAIH) ANDRÉS HAUGH (ARGENTINA): Grupo Oroño Master Plan Sanatorio Parque / Sanatorio de Niños (63) JOSÉ ONDARCUHU (ARGENTINA) Space Management, a Good Habitat for Succesful Design. Hospital Posadas (64) SESSION 18 Planning COORDINATION: Eng. Steve Drinkrow (SAFHE) Arch. Luis Merico (AADAIH) MARIA TERESA ALONSO ARGUL (SPAIN) Think Before Acting: The Importance of Planning as Facilitator Element of Success (65) SESSION 17 Works and Projects COORDINATION: Arch. Esteban Urruty (AADAIH) Eng. Juha Rantasalo (AFHE) OSVALDO MARIO DONATO (ARGENTINA) Polo Hospitalario del NEA, Inter City Hospital Evita. City of Formosa (67) PEDRO ELZAURDIA (URUGUAY) Remodeling and Extension of SMI Hospital (68) LAURA TONELLI (ARGENTINA) Design Focused on the Patient of the Hematologic Oncologic Garraham Hospital Garraham Foundation (69) PIER FRANCESCO CHERCHI (ITALY) Shaping the Future: Re-Thinking Ancient Hospitals, a Current Challenge (70) Programa Académico / MIÉRCOLES 15 14:15 a 15:00 15:00 a 15:45 SESIÓN 16 Plan Director COORDINAN: Ing. Steve Drinkrow (SAFHE) Arq. Luis Merico (AADAIH) ANDRÉS HAUGH (ARGENTINA): Grupo Oroño Plan Director del Sanatorio Parque / Sanatorio de Niños (63) JOSÉ ONDARCUHU (ARGENTINA): Gestión del espacio, un buen hábitat para el éxito del diseño. Hospital Posadas. (64) SESIÓN 18 Planificación COORDINAN: Ing. Steve Drinkrow (SAFHE) Arq. Luis Merico (AADAIH) MARÍA TERESA ALONSO ARGUL (ESPAÑA): Pensar antes de actuar: La Importancia de la Planificación como Elemento Facilitador del Éxito (65) SESIÓN 17 Obras y Proyectos COORDINAN: Arq. Esteban Urruty (AADAIH) Ing. Juha Rantasalo (AFHE) OSVALDO MARIO DONATO (ARGENTINA): Polo Hospitalario del NEA, Hospital Interurbano Evita. Ciudad de Formosa (67) PEDRO ELZAURDIA (URUGUAY): Remodelación y Extensión del Hospital SMI (68) LAURA TONELLI (ARGENTINA): Diseño Centrado en el Paciente del Hospital Hematológico Oncológico Garrahan - Fundación Garrahan (69) PIER FRANCESCO CHERCHI (ITALIA): De cara al futuro: Repensando Hospitales antiguos, un reto actual (70) ACADEMIC PROGRAMME / PROGRAMA ACADÉMICO MILNÉ VAN LEEUWEN (SOUTHAFRICA) Strategic Planning: User Immovable Asset Management Plan for the Western Cape Government Health Department (66) MILNÉ VAN LEEUWEN (SUDÁFRICA): Planificación Estratégica: Usando Plan de Gestión de Activos para el Departamento de Salud del Western Cape (66) COFFEE BREAK RECESO PARA CAFÉ 16:15 to 17:00 17:00 to 19:00 CONFERENCE MARTIN FISET (CANADA) Designing hospitals in India: Impact of social, economic and cultural factors (71) BRAZIL PANEL ARCH. FÁBIO BITENCOURT ABDEH (Associacao Brasileira para Desenvolvimento Edificio Hospitalar) Healthcare Architecture in the Cultural Diversity of Brazil (72) MARCIO NASCIMENTO DE OLIVEIRA ABDEH Guiding Principles for Projects of Hematology and Hemotherapy Units (73) ANA PAULA NAFFAH PEREZ ABDEH The health scenario in the state of Sao Paulo and Presentation of Pitangueiras Hospital in Jundaí (74) FLAVIO KELNER / SALIM LAMHA NETO ABDEH The New Integrated INCA Campus Design and the Radiotherapy Service Expansion Plan in SUS (75) SESSION 19 Sustainable Design New Scenarios COORDINATION: Dr. Guillermo Fajardo Ortiz (UNAM) - Arch. Miguel Sartori (AADAIH) MARIA TERESA EGOZCUE (ARGENTINA) Latin American Future in Hospital Design (76) ESTEBAN URRUTY (ARGENTINA) Regional Vision of Local Hospital. New High Complexity Health Center Sunchales Santa Fe (77) ÁLVARO PRIETO LINDHOLM (CHILE) Two Hospitals in the South of Chile Significant Differences Despite the Short Time Between Them (78) JAVIER SARTORIO (ARGENTINA) The Sustainable Design of the New Sanatorio Finochietto (79) GUSTAVO LIMA (USA) How to Design and Build a Massive Urban Hospital: The Centre Hospitalier de L'Universite de Montreal (80) 16:15 a 17:00 17:00 a 19:00 CONFERENCIA MARTIN FISET (CANADÁ) Diseñando Hospitales en India: Impacto de los factores sociales, económicos y culturales (71) PANEL BRASIL FÁBIO BITENCOURT ABDEH (Associacao Brasileira para o Desenvolvimento do Edificio Hospitalar) Arquitectura para la Salud en la Diversidad Cultural de Brasil (72) MARCIO NASCIMENTO DE OLIVEIRA ABDEH Guias para Proyectos de Unidades de Hematología y Hemoterapia (73) ANA PAULA NAFFAH PEREZ ABDEH El escenario de la salud en el estado de San Pablo y Presentación del Hospital Pitangueiras en Jundaí (74) FLAVIO KELNER / SALIM LAMHA NETO ABDEH Proyecto del Nuevo Campus Integrado de INCA y Plan de Expansión de los Servicios de Radioterapia de SUS (75) SESIÓN 19 Diseño Sustentable Nuevos Escenarios COORDINAN: Dr. Guillermo Fajardo Ortiz (UNAM) Arq. Miguel Sartori (AADAIH) MARIA TERESA EGOZCUE (ARGENTINA): El Futuro de América Latina en Diseño Hospitalario (76) ESTEBAN URRUTY (ARGENTINA): Visión Regional del Hospital Local. Nuevo Centro de Alta Complejidad Sunchales Santa Fe (77) ÁLVARO PRIETO LINDHOLM (CHILE): Dos Hospitales en el Sur de Chile las Diferencias Significativas a pesar de la corta distancia temporal entre ellos (78) JAVIER SARTORIO (ARGENTINA): El Diseño Sustentable del Nuevo Sanatorio Finochietto (79) GUSTAVO LIMA (Estados Unidos): Cómo Diseñar y Construir un Hospital Urbano Masivo: El Centro Hospitalario de la Universidad de Montreal (80) CLOSING CEREMONY (Auditorium Juan Pablo II, 2nd FLOOR) CEREMONIA CLAUSURA (Auditorio Juan Pablo II, 2 Piso) 18 19

11 Technical Visits THURSDAY 16 TECHNICAL VISITS Coordination: Architects Patricia Janeiro, Silvia Canetta and Luis Merico (AADAIH) 8:45 to 14:00 EL CRUCE SAMIC DR. NÉSTOR KIRCHNER HIGH COMPLEXITY HOSPITAL, Florencia Varela, Buenos Aires Province (01) 8:45 to 14:00 PROF. ALEJANDRO A. POSADAS NATIONAL HOSPITAL, El Palomar, Buenos Aires Province (02) 9:15 to 13:00 HEMATO ONCOLOGYCAL INTEGRAL CLINIC CENTER PROF. DR. JUAN P. GARRAHAN NATIONAL CHILDREN HOSPI- TAL, Buenos Aires City (03) 9:15 to 13:00 FINOCHIETTO SANATORIUM, Buenos Aires City (04) 9:15 to 13:00 DE LOS ARCOS SANATORIUM, Buenos Aires City (05) 8:45 to 14:00 FLENI ESCOBAR BRANCH, Escobar, Buenos Aires Province (06) 14:15 to 18:30 DR. PEDRO DE ELIZALDE CHILDREN HOSPITAL, Buenos Aires City (07) 13:15 to 17:30 FAVALORO FOUNDATION, Buenos Aires City (08) FRIDAY 17 8:30 to 22:00 ROSARIO CITY INCLUDES 3 PUBLIC HEALTH CARE BUILDINGS, Santa Fe Province (09) Visitas Técnicas JUEVES 16 VISITAS TÉCNICAS - Coordinan: Arquitectos Patricia Janeiro, Silvia Canetta y Luis Merico (AADAIH) 8:45 a 14:00 HOSPITAL DE ALTA COMPLEJIDAD EL CRUCE SAMIC DR. NÉSTOR KIRCHNER, Florencia Varela, Provincia de Buenos Aires (01) 8:45 a 14:00 HOSPITAL NACIONAL PROF. ALEJANDRO A. POSADAS, El Palomar, Provincia de Buenos Aires (02) 9:15 a 13:00 CENTRO DE ATENCION INTEGRAL CLÍNICO HEMATO ONCOLÓGICO HOSPITAL NACIONAL DE PEDIATRÍA PROF. DR. JUAN P. GARRAHAN, Ciudad de Buenos Aires (03) 9:15 a 13:00 SANATORIO FINOCHIETTO, Ciudad de Buenos Aires (04) 9:15 a 13:00 SANATORIO DE LOS ARCOS, Ciudad de Buenos Aires (05) 8:45 a 14:00 FLENI SEDE ESCOBAR, Escobar, Provincia de Buenos Aires (06) 14:15 a 18:30 HOSPITAL DE NIÑOS DR. PEDRO DE ELIZALDE, Ciudad de Buenos Aires (07) 13:15 a 17:30 FUNDACIÓN FAVALORO, Ciudad de Buenos Aires (08) VIERNES 17 8:30 a 22:00 CIUDAD DE ROSARIO INCLUYE 3 INSTITUCIONES DE SALUD PÚBLICAS, Provincia de Santa Fe (09) TECHNICAL VISITS / VISITAS TÉCNICAS Historical Visit Written Presentations MONDAY 13 COORDINATION: DIRECCIÓN GENERAL DE CASCO HISTÓRICO 9:00 to 11:00 DE MAYO AVENUE, Buenos Aires City (01) THURSDAY 16 9:00 to 11:00 SAN TELMO DISTRICT, Buenos Aires City (02) ALONSO / CILLERO / ELVIRA / MUÑO (SPAIN) Humanised Childbirth: Sequential Care System vs. Integral Care System (01) KEITH BONSALL (SOUTHAFRICA) The Model has to Change (02) GIANLUCA BORELLI / GIOVANNA LIUZZI (ITALY) Imaging Technologies and Evidence Based Design: How to Design Space to Accomodate Technologies (03) CARINA MOREIRA (ARGENTINA) Master Plan Dr. Arturo Oñativia Endocrinology and Metabolism Hospital Salta (04) REZZONICO / PAN / KIPRIZLIAN / RIAL / GALESIO (ARGENTINA) Master Plan in Stages for a Ramos Mejia Hospital, a Centennial Pavilion Hospital, Buenos Aires, Argentina (05) CAROLINA PERUZZO (ARGENTINA) Hospital Architecture in Public Institutions (06) LELIA RECALDE / JORGE MORALES (ARGENTINA) Master Plan Sanatorio Adventista del Plata (07) VALVERDE / GUILHERMINO / BASTOS / LOPES / GOULART / ELALI (BRAZIL) Post-Occupancy Evaluation in Children s Center, Natal, Brazil (08) WALTER VERNON (UNITED STATES) Anticipating the Future of Healthcare for FGI (09) Visitas Históricas Presentaciones Escritas LUNES 13 Coordinan: Dirección General de Casco Histórico 9:00 a 11:00 AVENIDA DE MAYO, Ciudad de Buenos Aires (01) JUEVES 16 9:00 a 11:00 BARRIO DE SAN TELMO, Ciudad de Buenos Aires (02) ALONSO / CILLERO / ELVIRA / MUÑO (ESPAÑA) Parto Humanizado: Atención Secuencial vs. Atención Integral (01) KEITH BONSALL (SUDÁFRICA) El Modelo tiene que Cambiare (02) GIANLUCA BORELLI / GIOVANNA LIUZZI (ITALIA) Tecnologías de Imágenes y Diseño Basado en Evidencia: Cómo diseñar el Espacio para alojar Tecnologías (03) CARINA MOREIRA (ARGENTINA) Master Plan Hospital de Endocrinología y Metabolismo Dr. Arturo Oñativia Salta (04) REZZONICO / PAN / KIPRIZLIAN / RIAL / GALESIO (ARGENTINA) Master Plan en Etapas para el Hospital Ramos, un Hospital Pabellonal Centenario, Buenos Aires, Argentina (05) CAROLINA PERUZZO (ARGENTINA) Arquitectura Hospitalaria en Instituciones Públicas (06) LELIA RECALDE / JORGE MORALES (ARGENTINA) Master Plan Sanatorio Adventista del Plata (05) VALVERDE / GUILHERMINO / BASTOS / LOPES / GOULART / ELALI (BRASIL) Evaluación post-ocupación en Centro de Niños, Natal, Brasil (08) WALTER VERNON (ESTADOS UNIDOS) Anticipando el Futuro del Cuidado de la Salud para FGI (09) 20 21

12 Participants of the International Exhibitional and Award AADAIH-IFHE to the architectural quality in healthcare buildings EXHIBITION AND AWARD CASA SOLO ARQUITECTOS - SPAIN MARIO COREA Y LUIS MORAN - ARGENTINA MARIO COREA - ARGENTINA UNIDAD DE PROYECTOS, MINISTERIO DE OBRAS PUBLICAS, GOBIERNO DE SANTA FE - ARGENTINA RAFAEL DE LA-HOZ ARQUITECTOS - SPAIN BBATS CONSULTING & PROJECTS SLP - MURTINHO+RABY ARQUITECTOS SPAIN - CHILE RAF ARQUITECTURA - BRAZIL TSYA S.A. ARQUITECTOS JORGE TURJANSKY, MIGUEL SARTORI, ALICIA SCHUPAK, MABEL ANAPIOS - ARGENTINA PATRICIA MINES Y RICARDO GIAVEDONI, ARQUITECTOS - ARGENTINA DUARTE AZNAR ARQUITECTOS S.C.P. - MEXICO ARCH. HERIBERTO HILDEBRANDT KLAPP - CHILE ARCH. IVAN HILDEBRANDT HRASTE - CHILE YUVAL GENI ARCHITECTS, MANSFELD-KEHAT ARCHITECTS - ISRAEL C.F. MØLLER ARCHITECTS - DENMARK Participantes de la Muestra y Premio Internacional AADAIH-IFHE a la calidad arquitectónica en los edificios para la salud MUESTRA Y PREMIO CASA SOLO ARQUITECTOS - ESPAÑA MARIO COREA Y LUIS MORAN - ARGENTINA MARIO COREA - ARGENTINA UNIDAD DE PROYECTOS, MINISTERIO DE OBRAS PUBLICAS, GOBIERNO DE SANTA FE - ARGENTINA RAFAEL DE LA-HOZ ARQUITECTOS - ESPAÑA BBATS CONSULTING & PROJECTS SLP - MURTINHO+RABY ARQUITECTOS - ESPAÑA - CHILE RAF ARQUITECTURA - BRASIL TSYA S.A. ARQUITECTOS JORGE TURJANSKY, MIGUEL SARTORI, ALICIA SCHUPAK, MABEL ANAPIOS - ARGENTINA PATRICIA MINES Y RICARDO GIAVEDONI, ARQUITECTOS - ARGENTINA DUARTE AZNAR ARQUITECTOS S.C.P. - MEXICO ARQ. HERIBERTO HILDEBRANDT KLAPP - CHILE ARQ. IVAN HILDEBRANDT HRASTE - CHILE YUVAL GENI ARCHITECTS, MANSFELD-KEHAT ARCHITECTS - ISRAEL C.F. MØLLER ARCHITECTS - DINAMARCA EXHIBITION AND AWARD / MUESTRA Y PREMIO EXHIBITION ESTUDIO AFS (MANUEL ALVARADO-LILIANA FONT-ALFREDO SARTORIO-MARCELO FATTORINI) - ARGENTINA ARCH. CAROL FREER - COSTA RICA ARQUISALUD GUTH-IRIGOYEN-MONZA - ARGENTINA ARQUISALUD GUTH-IRIGOYEN-MONZA - ARQ. EDUARDO FRANK - ARGENTINA MARJOVSKY-URRUTY-ARQUITECTOS - ARGENTINA MARJOVSKY-URRUTY-ARQUITECTOS / URGELL PENEDO URGELL LYNCH PIERANTONI LOPEZ VAGO ARQUITECTOS - ARGENTINA RAF ARQUITECTURA - BRAZIL MUESTRA ESTUDIO AFS (MANUEL ALVARADO-LILIANA FONT-ALFREDO SARTORIO-MARCELO FATTORINI) - ARGENTINA ARQ. CAROL FREER - COSTA RICA ARQUISALUD GUTH-IRIGOYEN-MONZA - ARGENTINA ARQUISALUD GUTH-IRIGOYEN-MONZA - ARQ. EDUARDO FRANK - ARGENTINA MARJOVSKY-URRUTY-ARQUITECTOS - ARGENTINA MARJOVSKY-URRUTY-ARQUITECTOS / URGELL PENEDO URGELL LYNCH PIERANTONI LOPEZ VAGO ARQUITECTOS - ARGENTINA RAF ARQUITECTURA - BRASIL 22 23

13 Oral Presentation 01 Redefining Health Facilities Facing Demographic, Epidemiological, Technological and Political Changes in International Perspective. Mario Rovere Asociación Argentina de Arquitectura e Ingeniería Hospitalaria (AADAIH) Argentina Since the beginning of 21st century we ve seen so many amazing changes that we can hardly remember, without a smile, the theory that predicted the end of history; instead. It seems much more appropriate to quote when I learned all the answers, the questions were changed To have stationary or regressive population pyramids that resemble orthodox cathedrals with the silent irruption of chronicle diseases; combined with extreme climatic phenomena breaking historic records and technological advances so surprising as shocking, oblige us to review all the scenarios of planning. And talking about scenarios, we adopt the theatrical metaphor to help us to understand that the stage designer is no longer behind the scene but instead may become first actor depending on the script of the play. Therapeutic action, as long as many human activities gets intensified or neutralized accordingly with the space in which it s developed; that s the reason why we need to think in an evolution of health facilities just based in its own experiences and innovations. Social transformations of health also reach the values system and a wide acceptance of health as a substantial social right in the construction of citizenship; in that way we find a big stimulus to search for answers towards a health infrastructure helping the universal access and a de-concentration movement of every element that may and must be placed close where population live, study, work and recreate. Oral Presentation 02 A Sustainable Approach to the Development and Maintenance of the Building for Health. Greg Markham Institute of Healthcare Engineering and Estate Management (IHEEM) United Kingdom This presentation will set out the current challenges facing the healthcare system within the United Kingdom, the predicted future pressures from population growth and ageing and quantify the financial impacts associated with these pressures. The presentation will also explore the fundamental requirements of a sustainability plan, detail the targets set within the UK for reducing emissions and outline some of the engineering solutions that have been successfully delivered across the healthcare estate and their actual benefits in terms of emissions reductions and financial savings. Greg has been involved in Healthcare Engineering since 1990 in both the NHS and PFI sectors managing a variety of hospitals sites up to 1,000 acute beds. He gained his degree in 1996 and became a Chartered Engineer in In 2007, Greg became Chief Engineer with Carillion covering wider disciplines in addition to healthcare and this has progressed to his current role of Technical Director with EMCOR. Greg joined IHEEM in 1996 and has served the Institute in many ways and is the current President serving his two year term through to October Sanitarian Doctor with Residence in International Health, Paediatrician and Honorary Member of AADAIH. He has been Director of Hospital and Health Region in the province of Salta, Director of Health Planning of Buenos Aires City, and Secretary of the National Social Policy in Argentina and Regional Consultant at HR Development OPS/OMS. Ex Former Coordinator Associated in ALAMES (Latin American Association of Social Medicine) Teacher graduated in Public Health and Social Policy for 30 years in Argentine and Latin American universities. Currently Dean Organizer of Health Department in the National University of La Matanza

14 Oral Presentation 03 Remodeling and Expansion of Monumental Hospitals in Urban Areas: the Approach to Sustainable Culture. Romano del Nord Public Health Group of the International Union of Architects (PHG UIA) Italy In a design context that gives increasing importance to the cultural value of hospital architecture, either historical or mainstream modernism; the issue of regeneration and functional integration with the city s urban fabric and services becomes of strategic importance in terms of global sustainability. Different design approaches can be developed to add value to heritage buildings that span from urban redevelopment, through adaptive reuse, to refurbishment with a new type of care focus. Changing the type of care service in response to the typological potentials of each facility is a central theme involving aspects of multifaceted sustainability, that means considering not only energy matters, but also apparently far apart topics, such as the enhancement of cultural identity and of human and economic resources for a cost value national health service. The process of reorganization of the healthcare system, under current scrutiny in most European countries, foresees that Acute Hospitals will become an integral part of a new network of services and facilities (from healthcare centres that will bring together clinical and social care, to community hospital and residential care, to mention a few): a new network that will bring care closer to people, while less costly to Governments. This in-progress revision based on a locally-led, patient-centred and clinically-driven model of care makes the issue of reuse of fundamental concern. This means addressing the regeneration of historic and 20th century hospitals that, even still in use, might be not suitable to host the innovation of contemporary biotechnology. Such facilities don t need to be demolished but only need to find a new role in the future healthcare network. The adaptive reuse issue is therefore closely linked to the new world of healthcare that has set itself in motion towards new technological potentials and new models of delivery of care. Two interconnected issues that generate a major re-think on the healthcare project and planning that increasingly turns to reuse of heritage facilities, which is even more useful in a city core. Based on the above scenario of chance, my paper and presentation will focus on different design experiences by the author that emphasize the importance of social and structural interactions that the environmental and urban context intertwine and beckon for building reuse. Graduated from the Faculty of Architecture of the University of Florence in Professor of Architecture Technology at the DIDA-Department of Architecture of the University of Florence. Director of the Inter-university Research Centre on Systems and Technologies for Healthcare Buildings (TESIS) since President of the Governmental Commission for the improvement of university buildings.among the many professional and academic titles, we recall: Past Scientific Manager of the International Academy of Design and Health and Executive Member of the Board of UIA - PHG (Public Health Group), Coordinator of the Master in Safety Planning and Management; Coordinator of the working group for the definition of standard costs in hospital building on behalf of the Italian National Public Works Supervisory Authority, Coordinator of the Master in Hospital Planning; Scientific manager of the Italian Society of Hospital Organization, Expert Member of the Commission for the Spending Review of the Ministry of Health; Trustee of the Careggi Hospitals Foundation in Florence. Oral Presentation 04 Disaster Mitigation through Facility Management and Hospital Business Continuity Plan. Yasushi Nagasawa Healthcare Engineering Association of Japan (HEAJ) Japan Facility management (FM) of healthcare buildings will become increasingly important in healthcare facilities planning including hospitals and other health related facilities, both in developed and developing nations. When it comes to the issues of the most expensive part of all the life of a Hospital in terms of life cycle cost (LC C), 80 % of LCC is devoted to operating stage cost, while 19 % is consumed to construction stage cost. It means that more consideration should be put on the planning of operation after accomplishing buildings. The problems of natural and man-made disasters (earthquake, landslide, avalanche, flood, cyclone, etc.) requires interdisciplinary cooperation between architects, engineers and medical faculties (health care staff, crisis management clue, etc.) as well as psychologists in some cases to be solved. Architectural solutions for the protection against the above hazards: e.g. Shelters for Bangladesh, etc. are in need. Research on disaster management has produced a shift of focus from the structural strength of materials to the elasticity in human living. The purpose is to enhance sustainability (synonymous with recoverability after disasters including provision of disaster medical services and maintenance of healthcare for those suffered), and management in both ordinary and disaster situations is relevant. For example, it is important to provide pathways and squares for people to walk and stay in a city in the event that most buildings are destroyed. The reservation of such vacant spaces in urban areas is more meaningful if they can be used to full advantage in non-disaster situations and understanding gained from disaster experience needs to have more impact on future planning. Immediate Past President of IFHE: He organized the 21st IFHE Congress in Tokyo in 2010, and appointed as President of IFHE. Professor Emeritus, The University of Tokyo (2008), Immediate Past-President of JIHA (Japan Institute of Healthcare Architecture ), Vice President of HEAJ (Healthcare Engineering Association of Japan 2001), Vice-President of JAHMC (Japanese Association of Healthcare Service Management Consultants: ). He was graduated from the UT (University of Tokyo) in Designing various buildings and carrying out research works in the Ministry of Health, Japan, then obtained Diploma in the UK as a British Council Scholar in 1978 and Doctor of Engineering (PhD) from the UT in Moved to the UT In 1989 as Associate Professor, then in 1993 full Professorship in Graduate School of Engineering, UT until 2007 followed by current position as Vice-President of Kogakuin University, Dean & Professor, in School of Architecture

15 Oral Presentation 05 A Comparative Study on the Disaster Recovery of Hospital in Tokyo Japan. S Takuro Shigeta, Yuta Kobayashi, Yasushi Nagasawa, Fumiko Saruwatari, Nobuyuki Nanba, Jun Matsumoto School of Architecture Kogakuin University, Yamashita Sekkei Inc, Tokyo Gas Co Japan Past experiences in the case of functional damage of hospitals during and after attacks by devastating earthquake show that several main lifelines, e.g. supply of electrical power, city gas, portal water, sewage, etc. greatly affected their business continuity of hospitals. Particularly, electrical power supply is turned out to be great contribution to keep medical function. It is therefore that implementation of multiplexing energy source for supply electric power will play an important role. The paper aims at considering Blackout start (BOS) cogeneration system as one of the crucial tools to sustain multiplexing energy source for supply electric power. The questionnaire-interview surveys were carried out to Tokyo Metropolitan Disaster Base Hospitals, asking their current situation on lifeline systems mainly based on their Business Continuity Plan (BCP) Manuals. A comparative study of each hospital manuals showed that the impression of countermeasures have a lack of flexibility, although countermeasures of each focus item of the lifeline system show clearly identified. In particular, it is highlighted that BOS specified cogeneration system combined to standby generator is capable of providing electrical power as long as city gas is supplied during and after disasters. In addition, consideration should be made that installation of Gas BOS system for hospital operation is not only from the stand point of BCP, but also daily operation and business in order to attain effective and efficient energy saving tools to support hospital management. Oral Presentation 06 Study on First-Aid Stations of Disaster Medical Services in Hospital District. Eng. Kana Egawa School of Information Environment, Tokyo Denki Univ. Japan There are many local governments in Japan planning setting up first-aid stations for disaster medical services to carry out triage a number of causalities suffering from devastating disasters and transport critical cases to designated District Disaster Base Hospitals. The study aims at finding out crucial items to consider hospital plan/design in relation to appropriate location of first-aid stations in the hospital districts. The survey was conducted on current situation of regional disaster mitigation plan, especially on the way to set up first-aid stations in each 23 ward in the Metropolis of Tokyo in March As the result, first-aid stations are located in various places such as in health and welfare center, primary and secondary schools, clinics and hospitals. In addition, the number of first-aid stations per unit population are found to be different from one ward to another. Born in Graduated from Kogakuin University in Completed Post Graduate Master Course In Tokyo Denki University in Designing various buildings as qualified architect at K. ITO Architects and Engineers Inc. from 2002 to Obtained Doctor of Engineering (PhD) from Kogakuin University in Since 2012, working for Tokyo Denki University as Assistant Professor, School of Information Environment, Department of Information Environment. S Takuro Shigeta Born in Graduated from Tokyo Metropolitan Kurume Nishi High School. Enrollment of Kogakuin University in Studying on disaster mitigation of hospitals as a senior student in Kogakuin University. Yuta Kobayashi Born in Graduated from Tokyo Metropolitan Roca High School. Enrollment of Kogakuin University in Volunteer Service for Kids Camp. Studying on disaster mitigation of hospitals as a senior student in Kogakuin University

16 Oral Presentation 07 Tools of Business Continuity Plan for Hospitals Suffered from Recent Devastating Disasters in Japan. S Osamu Kosaka, Shigehiro Taguchi Japan Facility Management Association Japan Japan has been suffered from devastating earthquake for many years in the past. Especially a couple of recent big earthquakes attacking to Kobe area (Hanshin Awaji Earthquake) in January 17, 1995 and attacking to North East Coast of Japanese archipelago (Great East Japan Earthquake) in March 11, 2011 influenced a great deal to recognize the importance of disaster mitigation of suffered areas. The paper aims at outlining these two earthquakes in terms of continuing hospital function during and after disasters and proposing effective tools of Business Continuity Plan (BCP) for hospitals. Inter-alia, after the Great East Japan Earthquake, increasing attentions has been paid to Hospital BCP, and recognized as one of the most important subjects for hospital management. As the result, utilizing Facility Management (FM) tools to examine medical activities of actual hospitals experienced disasters, check points for hospitals resistant ability to disasters can be proposed and to measure these FM tools during ordinary times is the key to ensuring medical functional continuity for the surrounding hospital districts. Oral Presentation 08 Surveys on Disaster Mitigation and Business Continuity Situation in 50 Hospitals Suffered from Great East Japan Earthquake in S Shigehiro Taguchi, Osamu Kosaka Japan Facility Management Association Japan After the Great East Japan Earthquake, Business Continuity Plan (BCP) for hospitals has been increasingly attracting attentions, and it becomes one of the most important subjects for hospital management. The purpose of the paper is to propose tools of Facility Management (FM) in order to support Hospital Business Continuity Plan (BCP) at the time of natural disasters. According to surveys carried out on disaster mitigation and Business Continuity situation in 50 Hospitals suffered from Great East Japan Earthquake in 2011, the FM tools could be describing hospital activities during the disaster, including not only conditions of the hardware, such as structure / infrastructure of buildings, but also including conditions of patients, provisions of medical equipment, catering services, health care staff, materials. In addition these physical and human resources could be describing in chronological order. As one of the conclusions, facts and figures founded in the back of the reports on 50 hospitals suffered from the East Japan great earthquake, the importance of the FM tools is highlighted. S Osamu Kosaka Born 1950 in Kyoto prefecture, Japan; joined Takenaka Co., Ltd. in 1973, Japan Facility Management Association. in 2001, and is currently Chief of the Healthcare Facility Management Research Group. Extensive supervisory design experience in creating medical facilities such as clinics and hospitals, campus facilities such as universities and institutes. Occasioned by the advent of the Great East Japan Earthquake, has been engaged since 2011 in research on facility management tools for business continuity planning for hospitals. Certified Facility Manager Japan. Architect. Member of Architectural Institute of Japan. Shigehiro Taguchi Born 1960 in Shizuoka prefecture, Japan; joined Mitsubishi Estate Co., Ltd. in 1990, Mitsubishi Jisho Sekkei Inc. in 2001, and is currently head of the Healthcare Facility Design Office, Residential & Living Environmental Design Department. Extensive supervisory design experience in creating medical facilities such as clinics and hospitals, care facilities for the elderly such as special care homes and health care facilities, and care-provided accommodation for the elderly such as pay-for homes. Joined the JFMA Healthcare FM Study Group in Occasioned by the advent of the Great East Japan Earthquake, has been engaged since 2011 in research on facility management tools for business continuity planning for hospitals. S Shigehiro Taguchi Born 1960 in Shizuoka prefecture, Japan; joined Mitsubishi Estate Co., Ltd. in 1990, Mitsubishi Jisho Sekkei Inc. in 2001, and is currently head of the Healthcare Facility Design Office, Residential & Living Environmental Design Department. Extensive supervisory design experience in creating medical facilities such as clinics and hospitals, care facilities for the elderly such as special care homes and health care facilities, and care-provided accommodation for the elderly such as pay-for homes. Joined the JFMA Healthcare FM Study Group in Occasioned by the advent of the Great East Japan Earthquake, has been engaged since 2011 in research on facility management tools for business continuity planning for hospitals. Osamu Kosaka Born 1950 in Kyoto prefecture, Japan; joined Takenaka Co., Ltd. in 1973, Japan Facility Management Association. in 2001, and is currently Chief of the Healthcare Facility Management Research Group. Extensive supervisory design experience in creating medical facilities such as clinics and hospitals, campus facilities such as universities and institutes. Occasioned by the advent of the Great East Japan Earthquake, has been engaged since 2011 in research on facility management tools for business continuity planning for hospitals. Certified Facility Manager Japan. Architect. Member of Architectural Institute of Japan

17 Oral Presentation 09 Effects of Free Plan Modern Architectural Configuration in Seismic Performance of Hospitals. Teresa Guevara Pérez Facultad de Arquitectura y Diseño, Universidad de los Andes, Bogotá Colombia The modern architectural configuration known as free plan or open floor, is a commonly design tool used by architects in hospital projects. This configuration exists, when one of the stories of a frame structure, is mostly free of walls, while in the rest of the floors, stiff walls are present. It provides design advantages to the architect when designing hospitals, since it is mostly used for accommodating spaces that require free of walls layouts in the building, such as: large entrance halls, cafeterias, large maintenance service areas, physical therapy gym, or car parkings. Earthquake engineering around the world have recognized, however, that this architectural configuration leads to the formation of soft story and weak story seismic irregularities, that if not treated in a special way could produce severe structural damage and even the collapse of hospitals when an earthquake occurs. At present the majority of seismic codes in the world include special requirements and penalties for the seismic analysis of buildings with these irregular configurations, especially in hospitals. An emblematic example of the effects of the 1971 San Fernando, California, Earthquake on the modern Olive View Hospital that was severely damaged, and some conclusions and recommendations, are presented. Oral Presentation 10 Project Hope: A Case Study. Walter Vernon Mazzetti United States In November of 2013, Typhoon Haiyan struck the Philippines, destroying large swathes of the country. Numerous international NGOs responded in the months that followed. Project Hope, a US NGO that has been providing disaster relief services for years was one of the first on the ground. Project Hope set up services at two different locations on two islands, providing various kinds of medical services and capacity re-building. One focus of the Project Hope volunteers has been the reconstruction of the Filipino healthcare facilities, including the entire health infrastructure of the island of Poro. One of the key design elements of the Project Hope Approach is disaster resilience to better equip the facilities with the ability to both withstand and operate effectively operate after the next such severe weather incident. The systems include on-site DC solar generation systems, certain DC-powered medical equipment, and on-site water treatment systems. The systems are designed to provide essential primary care services, and larger, more conventional AC-generation PV systems for larger clinics and hospitals. The scheme involves unique financing methodologies, including the sale of carbon offsets and power purchase agreements. This session will detail the design and financing details for the systems. Architect, Universidad de los Andes, Venezuela; AAGradDip in Industrialized Construction Management, London. Master of Architecture and Ph.D. in Architecture, specialized in Buildings Seismic Design, UCBerkeley , Researcher in Industrialized Housing Technology and Architectural Seismic Design, Instituto Nacional de la Vivienda, Caracas , Head of the Research Department in Consejo Nacional de la Vivienda, Caracas. Since 1992, Independent consultant, and Visiting Professor in diverse universities , PAHO/WHO Temporary Advisor. Recent books: Terremotos en El Salvador 2001, PAHO/WHO, Washington: 2001; Arquitectura Moderna en zonas sísmicas, Editorial Gustavo Gili, Barcelona: 2009; Configuraciones urbanas contemporaneas en zonas sismicas, Ediciones Sidetur/ FAU-UCV, Caracas: Walt Vernon is the CEO for Mazzetti, a national consulting and engineering firm headquartered in San Francisco. He has been working with healthcare clients to plan, design, and operate healthcare facilities globally for more than 25 years. Walt Chairs the NFPA99 Electrical Systems Technical Committee and is the former Electrical Engineer for the California Hospital Building Safety Board. As one of three co-coordinators for the Green Guide for Healthcare, the nation s first Green Healthcare rating system, and co-authored the IEEE/ANSI White Book, the international standard for Electrical Systems in Healthcare Facilities. Walt co-chairs the ASHRAE committee, which is currently writing a model national green building code for healthcare facilities. Walt chairs the Research and Development Committee for the Facilities Guideline Institute, the body that writes the Guidelines for Healthcare Construction, which is the model licensing code for most states in the country

18 Oral Presentation 11 How Base Isolation Benefits the Architectural Design of Hospital Buildings in Seismic Zones. Adriana Guisasola Faculty of Architecture, Urban Planning And Design, University of Mendoza Argentina This paper reports on an investigation into how base isolation can produce benefits for the architectural design of hospitals. If a relatively new technology such as base isolation can be coupled with interdisciplinary collaboration from the birth of a project, it seems possible to achieve an improvement not only in their seismic, but also in their architectural design. The methodology adopted for this research consisted of identifying the architectural implications of the use of base seismic isolation. The paper concludes that the use of base isolation in the hospital buildings studied has increased the overall quality of their architectural design. Adriana Guisasola is an Architect who practices in Argentina. She teaches at the Faculty of Architecture, Urban and Desing of Mendoza University. She is specialist in Seismic Design. She has a special interest in Seismic Architectural Design with New Technologies of Seismic Protection. Now is developing her doctoral Thesis of Architecture: Architecture and Base Isolation. She is also the President of Arquitectura Sísmica S.A. She is the author of papers and articles presented in International Conference on Earthquake Engineering and Seismic Isolation in China, Russia, United States, Italy, Portugal, Chile, Argentina and other seismic regions of the world. Oral Presentation 12 Theory and Program of the Intercultural Hospital in Cuetzalan del Progreso, Puebla, Mexico. Eduardo Frutis-Gómez Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM) México Various rights converge in the hospital: work, health, equity, fair treatment, information, and culture, among others. To guarantee the rights of its citizens, the state developed regulatory systems, which often have problems that are called loopholes and contradictions. These are resolved through temporary criteria, specification and hierarchy, or weighing the basic principles of the system itself. Some rights with high levels of subjectivity do not have specific standards that make them effective, becoming an important loophole in the system, an example being the rights related to culture and diversity. Given this, the architect has theoretical tools to resolve this type of problem, and, in turn, the state tends to create programs to compensate for such loopholes. The case of Cuetzalan General Hospital is an example of an architectural project that seeks to respond to a prototypical and standardizing model. In contrast, this model also comes from the Intercultural Hospital Program which seeks to promote and strengthen cultural diversity. The project acceptably complies with the standard model, but the same cannot be said regarding compliance with the program, a situation that could have been remedied through theoretical and architectural considerations. Graduate student in Architecture with studies in law at the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México. Architect graduated from the same university with honors. Presentations: Congress of the Mexican Society of Architects Specializing in Health (Méx. 2013), Latin American Congress of Hospital Architects and Engineers (Arg. 2013), Congress of Graduate Students UNAM (Méx. 2013), First level of diploma in Architecture for Health (SMAES-UNAM, Méx. 2013). Experience since 2006 in design, construction and supervision of hospitals of high and medium specialties, clinical laboratory units and remodeling of pharmaceutical laboratories

19 Oral Presentation 13 Effects of Traditions on Healthcare Service Delivery in Kenya. Salome Mwaura Association of Medical Engineering of Kenya (AMEK) Kenya Kenya is one of the East African countries. It has a Population of 43 Million. There are 42 tribes and Kiswahili is the national language. The most common illnesses are HIV/Aids, TB, Malaria, pneumonia, cancer, high blood pressure, and diabetes. The ministry of health has 63,000 health care workers with only 2000 doctors. 51% of healthcare is provided by Public (Government) with Two national teaching and referral Hospitals, 10 level five hospitals, 42 level four hospital, Health centres, Dispensaries 49% is provided by Private/Non Governmental Organisations. Each tribe in Kenya have their own traditions which are unique to a particular community. Some belief in witchcraft, religious sect which never go to hospitals for treatment, traditional medicine men and all sorts of things which make them not go to hospitals. All this things have a lot of effect on our day to day operation in hospitals. Majority of these patients are brought to hospital on the verge of death and makes healthcare delivery very difficult. All these have had a lot of negative effects on healthcare delivery in the country. It has also contributed to high Birth mortality rate of deaths/1,000 live births (2013 survey). Salome Mwaura is a senior medical Engineering technologist at Mbagathi District Hospital in Nairobi, Kenya. She has been working for the Ministry of health for the last 17 years where she has experiences in repair and maintenance of medical equipments. She has a Higher National Diploma in Medical engineering from Kenya Medical Training College in Nairobi and Diploma in Medical Engineering from Mombasa polytechnic. She joined AMEK in She is the treasurer of the association. Since joining AMEK, she has attended IFHE conferences in Argentina, Japan and Norway. She has also attended SAFHE/CEASA conference in South Africa Oral Presentation 14 Antonio Lorena Hospital, Cusco S Guillermo Turza Arévalo, Mario Jara Dueñas, Eduardo Dextre Morimoto Guillermo Turza Arévalo, Consulting Architect Perú Guillermo Andrés Turza Arévalo, Architect graduated from the Ricardo Palma University, a specialist in hospital infrastructure, project management, independent consultant on issues of health, an active member of Peruvian Association of hospitals; Representative of the Organization of American experts in Technologies for Health. Founding Member of Peruvian Association of Architects specializing in Health (APAES). Co-author of norm of Health Infrastructure MINSA ( ). Guillermo Andrés Turza Arévalo Architect graduated from the Ricardo Palma University, a specialist in hospital infrastructure, project management, independent consultant on issues of health, an active member of Peruvian Association of hospitals; Representative of the Organization of American experts in Technologies for Health. Founding Member of Peruvian Association of Architects specializing in Health (APAES). Co-author of norm of Health Infrastructure MINSA ( )

20 Oral Presentation 15 Mozambique. The Paradox of a Green Clinic in the Heart of a Coal Mine. S - Ernesto Gonzalez Nagel, Joao Athayde Melo Mozambique Project: Clinic for preventive examinations and emergencies within the coalmine exploitation. The project is located in the Vale coalmine in northern Mozambique. The company is questioned throughout the world for environmental damage created by coal mining. But when we read the documents and the same goals, seem dedicated to saving the environment. The documents of the company is used by the authors to justify the implementation of a project of a green building using local materials being extracted and the mine (stone, wood, coal), systems passive climatic control (orientation, building microclimate, wind control, burial buildings, water harvesting and use thereof for humidification) and Green Technology (tubes use of geothermal energy, capturing sunlight, etc.). The project tests a compact scheme differentiated circulation, minimizing the movement of technicians. Oral Presentation 16 Architectures for Change. - Mario Corea España/Argentina The Interconnection Between Architecture and Place The place is what defines the specific character of architecture. So we understand the place as the beginning of the whole process of design and a project is born out of the conditions offered by the place. The Evolutionary Hospital The capacity to absorb physical, technological and medical changes which is an ever-increasing demand today means the possibility to transform the functional distribution or the technological equipment without the necessity to alter the structure, circulation or facades is a defining feature of the evolutionary hospital. Ernesto González Nagel, architect, born and graduated in Rosario, Argentina, course a PHD in Barcelona, Spain. Have 25 years of experience, 20 years in Mozambique working for the Ministry of Health. He pass for all the process of building in Mozambique, project, build direction, elaboration and evaluations of tender for works and service contracts, management of building supervision consultants and planning of the Health System. He work lead to the creation of a Technical Implementation Unit s for the European Union and French Cooperation. He mapping the health system in 5 provinces, and made analysis of the health. He expose in two Hospitals Congress. PROJECTS TO BE PRESENTED: Sant Joan de Reus University Hospital, Reus, Spain This highly complex hospital integrates the functions of a general hospital with a subacute hospital as well as teaching activities. Mollet del Vallès General Hospital, Mollet del Vallès, Spain Although it is predominately a horizontal structure, because of the steep slope the building is resolved with volumes that step down over the site. Subacute Hospital of Mollet del Vallès, Spain This is an example of how a hospital built in the 50s and 60s can be successfully recycled to meet current and future challenges that appear in the healthcare sector. Las Parejas Hospital, Las Parejas, Argentina This hospital forms part of the new healthcare network in Santa Fe and was developed as a horizontal structure on one level. CEMAFE: Center For Specialized Outpatient Care, Santa Fe, Argentina This facility will diagnosis and treat highly complex outpatient cases. He was born in 1939, in Rosario City, Santa Fe Province, Argentina. In 1962, he graduated from the School of Architecture, National University of El Litoral, Rosario City. In 1964, he earned a Master s Degree in Architecture and Urban Design. Between 1962 and 1965, in Cambridge, Mario cooperated with architecture firm Sert, Jackson and Associates. The immediately following two years, he worked for architecture firms Desmond & Lord, and Paul Rudolph. In 1968, he began his academic career as a professor at the School of Architecture, Planning and Design Institute, National University of Rosario. In 1970, he earned a Diploma in Urban Studies from the London Architectural Association. Between 1976 and 2007, he was a professor at the Escola Técnica Superior d Aquitectura del VallËs, Universitat PolitËcnica de Catalunya, Spain. In 2010, he was given Prize A+ for Lifetime Achievement, and he was appointed as Honorary Fellow by the American Institute od Architects. In 2011, the Mollet General Hospital was nominated for the Euroepan Prize for Contemporary Architecture Mies van der Rohe Award. Mario also earned the Architecture Prize for International Achievement, granted by the 13th Architecture Biennial Exhibition held in Buenos Aires

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