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New Prime Minister announces NHS capital funding boost

New Prime Minister announces NHS capital funding boost  » 

A new critical and intensive care block at Luton and Dunstable Hospital; four new hospital wards in Norwich; a purpose-built hospital in Birmingham; and an adult mental health inpatient unit are among 20 upgrade projects announced by new Prime Minister, Boris Johnson.

Shock as Edinburgh hospital opening is halted

Shock as Edinburgh hospital opening is halted  » 

The long-awaited opening of the new £150m children’s hospital in Edinburgh has been put on hold, with fears parts of the building may have to be ripped down amid concerns over ventilation and drainage problems.

Prescribing a new solution for emergency care design

Prescribing a new solution for emergency care design  » 

To ensure healthcare services remain sustainable, and to address key pressures such as a rapidly-ageing population, increasing prevalence of long-term medical conditions, and dwindling budgets; the way in which they are delivered needs to change.

Staff at the heart of new office design

Staff at the heart of new office design  » 

Patients are rightly at the heart of all healthcare design projects. But there is a growing realisation that buildings must also support the staff who work in them, day in, day out.

Government lays down gauntlet to NHS trusts

Government lays down gauntlet to NHS trusts  » 

NHS trusts will need to step up their energy-saving efforts after the Government recently revealed its commitment to reducing greenhouse gas emissions in the public sector to almost zero by 2050.

A step in the right direction

A step in the right direction  » 

Wayfinding is important in all buildings, but especially in healthcare environments where there may be a higher proportion of people with dementia or another mental health diagnoses, along with poor eyesight and visuo-perceptual difficulties.

Art attack: Getting the most out of projects

Art attack: Getting the most out of projects  » 

“If hospitals are just pasting vacuous decorations onto walls, then they are missing an opportunity to change society for the better. Art in hospitals could be opening minds and extending horizons.”

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Clicks and mortar

Clicks and mortar  » 

Technology and the NHS estate have a key role to play in enabling the delivery of the NHS Long-Term Plan, according to a new report.

A unique approach to design?  » 

Ten years ago Papworth Hospital bosses were given the opportunity to develop a site on the world-renowned Cambridge Biomedical Campus to create a new, purpose-built facility for the delivery of 21st-century specialist heart and lung services.

Revolutionising healthcare delivery  » 

The NHS in England is renowned for taking a rather-siloed approach to everything from the procurement of goods and services to the delivery of new buildings.

Repair v Replace

Repair v Replace  » 

A modular approach to construction is becoming increasingly common across the healthcare industry. There are many reasons for this. But one of the primary drivers is sustainability.

It’s in the air

It’s in the air  » 

Hospitals rely heavily on infection control to ensure the health of patients, staff and visitors. And, as many contaminants are transferred though the respiratory system; air quality in hospitals is a key consideration when designing or upgrading facilities.

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