An audience of more than two hundred gathered last Friday for the 7th Healthcare of the Future Symposium in Berlin. The participants followed the fourteen talks by the international panel in the Akademie der Künste at the Brandenburg Gate.
Forward-looking concepts in diverse orders of magnitude were presented – from the counselling centre for cancer patients in Northern England to the master plan for the Hamburg-Eppendorf University Hospital. Expert lectures on topics such as digital health, structural development in healthcare and spatial cognition gave listeners much food for thought along the way. The large bandwidth of topics at the interface of healthcare, architecture and urban development found a common denominator under the slogan Healing Architecture 4.0: the digitalisation of healthcare and its infrastructural development.
Professor Christine Nickl-Weller has organised the biennial Future Healthcare Symposium in Berlin since 2006.
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