Best practices collected from five years of work studying the influence the built environment on patients, families, and caregivers in palliative care settings. This session showcases the voices and experiences of multidisciplinary providers translated into a set of design recommendations. Attendees will have the opportunity to join the conversation to define design standards for palliative care settings, share experiences and perspectives, and provide feedback on developing future palliative care standards for clinical and residential care facilities.
1.) Define the principles of palliative design and its effect on patients, families, and caregivers.
2.) Describe new language being proposed for the 2022 edition of the FGI Guidelines for settings in which palliative care occurs.
3.) Identify the merits of establishing minimum requirements and guidance in the FGI Guidelines for settings in which palliative care and hospice services are delivered.
4.) Apply palliative design principles to current and future projects.
PhD, March, Assoc., AIA, EDAC, LEED AP, Assist. Professor & Co. Director Health Innovations Lab.,