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Generative Space
Generative Space Session
Monday, September 18, 2017

TRACK G - ROOM 4

9/18/2017  |  11:15 AM - 12:15 PM  |  Open to Conference Attendees Only

G02: Health(care) Design 2048 – Celebrating 30 years of innovation / Preparing for the next 30 years of transformation

SPEAKERS
 
Heather Fennimore
President, Global Healthcare, Humanscale
 
Bruce Raber
Vice President, Practice Leader for Healthcare, Stantec Architecture
 
Annette Ridenour
President & CEO, Aesthetics Inc
MODERATOR
 
Wayne Ruga, PhD, FAIA, FIIDA, Hon. FASID
Founder and President, The CARITAS Project

Laying the foundations for a more balanced, diverse, inclusive, and collaborative health(care) design community, this forward looking, emergent, evolving, and highly interactive and participatory program will explore compelling visions for a new and more desired future; challenge and invite each participant to become an active collaborator in the realization of the new future; propose an initial design for the structure of ongoing, year-round collaborative engagement; and map the preliminary, agreed ‘next steps’, with commitments to specific activities, that will unfold the transition towards the new future. In this program, we will draw from the teachings of Janus – requiring that we begin our new journey by, first, looking back to capture our ‘learnings and wisdom’, serving as our touchstones as we progress into the present.

This program is the first part of the progressive journey of Generative Space Track programs, culminating in a free, all-community event on Wednesday afternoon, 20 September, where the clarity, design, structure, and tangibles of our new future vision will continuously unfold throughout these programs. Attendees are invited to participate in any or all of these programs.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

1. Learn how do new visions become future shaping
2. Understand how to influence the mainstream
3. Explore how can we design more caring environments
4. Learn how can we measure our progress.

SPECIAL FEATURE

9/18/2017  |  12:30 PM - 1:45 PM  |  Open to Conference Attendees Only

Awards Luncheon

Join us for lunch as the Symposium Distinction Awards, Founder's Award and The Generative Space Award are presented. You can learn more about the Symposium Distinction Awards and submit an entry here. You can find out more information on the Generative Space Awards here.

TRACK G - ROOM 4

9/18/2017  |  2:00 PM - 3:00 PM  |  Open to Conference Attendees Only

G03: The Generative Space Primer: Learning From The 2017 Generative Space Award Recipients

MODERATOR
 
Wayne Ruga, PhD, FAIA, FIIDA, Hon. FASID
Founder and President, The CARITAS Project

Meet the recipients of the 2017 ‘Generative Space Award’ (to be announced). See their submittals; learn from their presentations; engage with these leading pioneers in a discussion about how both systemic and sustainable improvements to health, healthcare, and wellbeing can be made through the design of the environment; and then plan your own strategy for submitting your pioneering projects to the 2018 ‘Generative Space Award’ in June 2018. This program will draw, further, from the present view of Janus – as we celebrate the designation of new exemplars of more caring environments and attempt to gain new ‘awareness and insight’ to illuminate our journey towards a new, more desired future.

This program is the second part of the progressive journey of Generative Space Track programs, culminating in a free, all-community event on Wednesday afternoon, 20 September, where the clarity, design, structure, and tangibles of our new future vision will continuously unfold throughout these programs. Attendees are invited to participate in any or all of these programs.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

1. Learn how ‘action research’ can be applied to healthcare design projects
2. Understand how to make systemic and sustainable improvements with generative space
3. Explore how generative space can improve lives, organizations, and communities
4. Understand how to make an award-winning submittal to the ‘Generative Space Award’
5. Learn how to design more caring environments with Generative Space

TRACK G - ROOM 4

9/18/2017  |  3:15 PM - 4:15 PM  |  Open to Conference Attendees Only

G04: Women’s College Hospital, Toronto –‘ 2016 Generative Space Award’ Recipient

SPEAKERS
 
Susan Black
Principal and Director, Perkins Eastman Black Architects Inc
 
Heather J. McPherson, MSc, BSc, OT, CHE
Executive Vice-President of Patient Care and Ambulatory Innovation, Women’s College Hospital

In this presentation - fifteen months after receiving the ‘2016 Generative Space Award’ - the lead award recipients will reflect on the key learning design features of this progressive facility; discuss the design highlights that enable sustainable performance improvements; describe new organizational initiatives and their associated proposed design strategies; and explore new understandings of how Generative Space can be used to improve health. Again, drawing from the view of Janus, this presentation opens up the future focused space for the exploration of ‘new possibilities’ – in a real time laboratory that will inform our emerging future visions.

This program is the third part of the progressive journey of Generative Space Track programs, culminating in a free, all-community event on Wednesday afternoon, 20 September, where the clarity, design, structure, and tangibles of our new future vision will continuously unfold throughout these programs. Attendees are invited to participate in any or all of these programs.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

1. Learn what Generative Space is, and how we know that it is present
2. Understand how designing with Generative Space can produce sustained performance improvements
3. Discover how to measure Generative Space improvements
4. Explore how Generative Space can be used to improve health

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

TRACK G - ROOM 4

9/19/2017  |  12:45 PM - 2:00 PM  |  Open to Conference Attendees Only

G06: Involving the Younger Generations – Our Future Leaders

SPEAKERS
 
Tama Duffy Day FIIDA, FASID
Principal and Firmwide Health & Wellness Practice Area Leader, Gensler
 
Jessica Gutierrez-Rodriguez
Hospital CEO, Texas Center for Infectious Disease
 
Terence B. Houk AIA, ACHE
Vice President, Senior Healthcare Planner & Programmer, HKS, Inc
MODERATOR
 
Annelise Pitts AIA
Architect, Bohlin Cywinski Jackson

This program will be a ‘laboratory’ to listen and learn – directly - from Younger Generation Representatives, as they explain how they each imagine they will become our future healthcare design industry leaders and what support they will need to accomplish this. This program will provide a platform for ideas to be freely expressed and discussed without judgement or criticism; enable Younger Generation Representatives to contribute toward the shaping of their futures; and create an opportunity for participants to develop new understandings of future leadership needs. Clearly, as would be evident to even Janus, this program is leading into the uncharted territories of ‘new possibilities’.

This program is the fourth part of the progressive journey of Generative Space Track programs, culminating in a free, all-community event on Wednesday afternoon, 20 September, where the clarity, design, structure, and tangibles of our new future vision will continuously unfold throughout these programs. Attendees are invited to participate in any or all of these programs.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

1. Learn how ‘listening and learning’ are integral elements of Generative Space
2. Understand why ‘listening and learning’ can open up the space for ‘new possibilities’
3. Explore how to listen generatively
4. Hear what is a ‘new paradigm’ and how does it transform mainstream practice.

TRACK G - ROOM 4

9/19/2017  |  3:00 PM - 4:00 PM  |  Open to Conference Attendees Only

G07: Becoming a More Balanced, Diverse, Inclusive, and Collaborative Healthcare Design Community

SPEAKERS
 
Susan Black
Principal and Director, Perkins Eastman Black Architects Inc
 
Heather Fennimore
President, Global Healthcare, Humanscale
 
Jessica Gutierrez-Rodriguez
Hospital CEO, Texas Center for Infectious Disease
 
Ann M. McGauran AIA, MMHC
Tennessee State Architect, State of Tennessee
 
Elizabeth Melas
Director of Capital Projects, Rush University Medical Center
MODERATOR
 
Annelise Pitts AIA
Architect, Bohlin Cywinski Jackson
SPEAKERS
Renee Kemp Rotan
Director of Grants and Special Projects, Office of the Mayor, Birmingham Alabama

This program will also be a ‘laboratory’ for listening and learning – this time for the purpose of hearing from Agents of Change, as to how our healthcare design industry (and the HFSE) can become a more healthy reflection of our greater world (as well as becoming a mirror for the world to see the shape of its new, future-self reflected in). However, this is not just an ‘arm-chair’ listening session with smart, successful talking heads. IT IS AN ACTION PROGRAM, where all attendees will be expected to join the team that creates the new future visions. This radical ‘new possibilities’ program will provide a platform for ideas to be freely expressed and discussed without judgement or criticism; enable the Agents of Change to contribute toward the shaping of our collective future; and create an opportunity for participants to develop new understandings of future leadership needs.

At this stage, Janus will be applauding our courage in fearlessly challenging the status quo, and aspiring toward ‘new possibilities’ for a new future.

This program is the fifth part of the progressive journey of Generative Space Track programs, culminating in a free, all-community event on Wednesday afternoon, 20 September, where the clarity, design, structure, and tangibles of our new future vision will continuously unfold throughout these programs. Attendees are invited to participate in any or all of these programs.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

1. Learn how ‘listening and learning’ are integral elements of Generative Space
2. Understand why ‘listening and learning’ can open up the space for ‘new possibilities’
3. Learn how to listen generatively
4. Discover what is a ‘new paradigm’ and how does it transform mainstream practice

TRACK G - ROOM 4

9/19/2017  |  4:15 PM - 5:15 PM  |  Open to Conference Attendees Only

G08: The Next 30 Years of Transformation – Mapping the ‘Next Steps’: An Inclusive Community Discussion

MODERATOR
 
Wayne Ruga, PhD, FAIA, FIIDA, Hon. FASID
Founder and President, The CARITAS Project
 
Annelise Pitts AIA
Architect, Bohlin Cywinski Jackson

An ‘open space’ program, with the opportunity for all HFSE attendees to openly, freely, and candidly contribute their views about the agenda for the next 30 years, we will actively welcome all input and views; facilitate the expression of creative contributions; value all that is contributed; and provide a structure and prioritization for the realization of ‘Next Steps’. In this program, the new future vision will emerge and become clarified – through discussion, argument, debate, chaos, and confusion. If you have ever wanted to put your own ‘two cents’ into designing our collective healthcare design future, this is the program to attend.

This program is the sixth part of the progressive journey of Generative Space Track programs, culminating in a free, all-community event on Wednesday afternoon, 20 September, where the clarity, design, structure, and tangibles of our new future vision will continuously unfold throughout these programs. Attendees are invited to participate in any or all of these programs.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

1. Learn how to cultivate a more Generative Space to create ‘a place to flourish’®
2. Discover how to discover how to know ‘what we don’t know we don’t know’
3. Understand why future organizations will have ‘heart centers’, rather than ‘headquarters
4. Hear why it is crucial that we value – and listen to, to fully understand – all voices

‘A Place to Flourish’ is a Registered Service Mark of The CARITAS Project. All Rights Reserved.

NETWORKING

9/19/2017  |  6:00 PM - 8:00 PM  |  Open to All Attendees!

The Symposium Jamboree

Celebrate 30 years with an evening of good eats, drinks and networking!

 

Join us for a generative jamboree leading towards a transformative new future. Participate in actively celebrating the launch of the next 30 years, a radically new era that will herald more caring environments, and will demonstrate a valuing of the inclusivity of all voices in the shaping of our collective futures. A memorable and transformative celebration – acknowledging our successes, and being inspired by our compelling visions for a more generative new future – that we will each contribute towards the realization of.

 

The jamboree will take place at the W Austin Hotel located at 200 Lavaca Street, Austin, TX 78701.  The party will be on the second floor in the Terrace Room.

 

 

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Wednesday, September 20, 2017

SPECIAL FEATURE

9/20/2017  |  12:30 PM - 2:00 PM  |  Separate Registration Required

GSW: Generative Space Workshop: A Case Study in Outpatient Pediatrics at Rush University Medical Center

SPEAKERS
 
Elizabeth Melas
Director of Capital Projects, Rush University Medical Center

The Chicago-based Generative Space Task Force (GSTF) is proud to be offering another annual Generative Space Program, in partnership with The CARITAS Project and the Healthcare Facilities Symposium & Expo. Hosted in the Austin office of Gensler, with lunch provided, this no-cost event follows the end of the Closing Keynote, from 12.30 - 2.00.

 

Just a short walk from the Austin Convention Center, this innovative program will be an informal discussion led by Elizabeth Melas, Director of Capital Projects, Rush University Medical Center, Chicago. Elizabeth will present a case study of a recently completed Pediatrics Oncology Infusion Unit, and specifically discuss the generative space innovations of this project. This event will be interactive and highly participatory.

 

LOCATION: Gensler 212 Lavaca Street, Suite 390 Austin, TX

 

Click here to register for this workshop. Space is limited to 20 participants. 

 

Attendees will:

1.  Learn how the Generative Space Design Approach improves patient health outcomes.
2.  Understand how the Generative Space Design Approach Integrates both the design of the physical environment and the social experience.
3.  Explore how the Generative Space Design Approach enables both systemic and sustainable improvements to be made in individual lives, organizational performance, and overall community well being.

 

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NOAH
NOAH Sessions
Monday, September 18, 2017

NOAH TRACK - ROOM 9C

9/18/2017  |  10:00 AM - 11:00 AM  |  Open to Conference Attendees Only

N01: NOAH Welcome and Arts in Health: Philanthropy

SPEAKERS
 
Todd Frazier
President, NOAH

10:00 AM - 10:30 AM
NOAH Welcome

 

NOAH Board President Todd Frazier, Conference Co-Chairs, NOAH Board

 

10:30 AM - 11:00 AM 
Arts in Health: Philanthropy

 

Report from Grantmakers for the Arts’ Thought Leaders Forum on Arts in Medicine

NOAH TRACK - ROOM 9C

9/18/2017  |  11:15 AM - 12:15 PM  |  Open to Conference Attendees Only

N02: Arts in Health: Performances and Healing Spaces

SPEAKERS
 
Suzanne Costello
Artistic Co-Director, Stuart Pimsler Dance & Theater
 
Gary Malkin
Co-Creator, Graceful Passages
 
Jennifer Townsend
Program Manager of Music Therapy, Houston Methodist Hospital in the Texas Medical Center

11:15 AM - 11:35 AM

Suzanne Costello: Stuart Pimsler Dance & Theater: Transforming the Doctor/Patient Relationship - Telling the Story 
Presentation Description:

This workshop, led by Suzanne Costello, will include an overview and positive outcomes of SPDT’s innovative program Transforming the Doctor-Patient Relationship. Participants will be led through a series of movement activities designed to encourage the physician to see their patient as a whole person. The workshop will conclude with Q&A. Costello will also address SPDT’s additional Arts & Healthcare programs.

11:35 AM - 11:55 AM

Jennifer Townsend: Creating a Healing Space: Auditory and Visual Beautification of an Inpatient Acute Psychiatry Unit

Presentation Description:
Many people have seen or experienced the effects of a healing environment within a healthcare setting. Studies confirm that well-designed hospital environments can reduce patients’ anxiety and stress, accelerate recovery, shorten hospitalizations, reduce medication use, lessen pain, and promote a sense of well-being. Therapeutic environments can also help an impact on staff wellness. Outcomes include enhancing staff recruitment, satisfaction, productivity, and retention. This presentation will detail the process of creating a therapeutic environment in an inpatient acute care psychiatric unit, both through visual art and music. The discussion will focus on how to determine the specific needs of a patient population, including safety concerns. Finally, participants will learn about research supporting such efforts

11:55 AM - 12:15 PM

Gary Malkin

The Aesthetics of Film Scoring as a Life-Generative Art Form:
Harnessing the Power of Music to Enhance our Humanity in Healthcare

“…Emotional vulnerability is the birthplace of love and belonging - the source of our hope, empathy, and authenticity.”   -Brene Brown, Author, The Power of Vulnerability
 
For much of the last hundred years, the aesthetics of film scoring has brought us to the edge of our seats with astonishing effectiveness. The skillful film composer can catalyze a broad and nuanced range of human emotions, assisting us in getting more in touch with our inner emotional life that can support us in assimilating life’s challenges, and can also stabilize a propensity towards unpredictable moods, often disregarded and ineffectively managed. What if the future of healthcare involved more thoughtful explorations of how “the universal language of emotion” could enhance our settings – and life’s passages-  to be more humane and life-generating?  Emmy award-winning composer Gary Malkin shares his vision towards integrating film score aesthetics to evoke greater emotional literacy and humanity so that we might share a more holistic understanding of what matters most, balancing medical, emotional, and spiritual needs for all stakeholders in healthcare.  

NOAH TRACK - ROOM 9C

9/18/2017  |  2:00 PM - 3:00 PM  |  Open to Conference Attendees Only

N03: Arts in Health: Research

SPEAKERS
Silvia López Chavez
Artist in Residence, Boston Children's Hospital
Stacey Eckert, MS
Senior Research Assistant, TIRR Memorial Hermann
 
Ernest Frugé PhD
Director Psychosocial Division, Texas Children's Cancer Center and Hematology Centers
 
Carol Herron
Periwinkle Arts in Medicine Program Coordinator, Texas Children's Cancer Center and Hematology Centers
Heather Taylor, PhD
Director for the Spinal Cord Injury and Disability Research Center, TIRR Memorial Hermann and Associate Professor, UTHealth
Dana Osterling, MT-BC, NMT
Music Therapy Program, Boston Children's Hospital
2:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Heather Taylor, Carol Herron, Ernest Frugé: Characterizing Arts in Medicine Performances and the Impact on Audience Engagement and Mood at a Children’s Cancer Center
 
This study evaluates the impact of Arts in Medicine performances in a pediatric hematology/oncology clinic across four performance types (theater, dance, music, and control). Measures evaluated anxiety, fatigue, mood by parent and patient self-report and ratings of audience affect attention and engagement. Artists' interviews discussing their approach to performances will be discussed.
 
2:30 PM - 3:00 PM
Dana Osterling, Silvia López Chavez: Measuring Health Outcomes: The Creative Arts Program at Boston Children's Hospital
 
This session will focus on methods used to collect data and share evidence indicating the positive impact of art and music at a pediatric medical facility in Boston, MA. Presenters will review findings of preliminary quality improvement research (and share evidence from peer-reviewed studies on Music Therapy and health), discuss current protocol for documenting and measuring impact, and lay out a vision for future research in the field.

NOAH TRACK - ROOM 9C

9/18/2017  |  3:15 PM - 4:15 PM  |  Open to Conference Attendees Only

N04: Arts in Health: Program Models

SPEAKERS
 
Judy Rollins, PhD, RN
President, Rollins & Associates, Inc.
 
Elaine Sims
Director, Gifts of Art
3:15 PM - 3:45 PM
Elaine Sims: A New Challenge to Arts in Healthcare Programs at the University of Michigan Health System: Success!
 
At the University of Michigan Health System the arts have been successfully integrated into the organization's culture. This is due to over 30 years of pioneering work by the Gifts of Art program. With the arts so integrated in the organizational culture, how does Gifts of Art maintain its identity, funding, institutional support and recognition? This presentation will focus on challenges and strategies for growth and sustainability.
 
3:45 PM - 4:15 PM
Judy Rollins: Art with Intent in Hospitals
 
There is an emergent movement for contemporary art designed specifically to promote positive outcomes in hospitals. An international study is underway through The Institute for Integrative Health to identify this art and explore perceptions of individuals who create, select, or use it; the principles that guide creation and selection; and evidence regarding outcomes for individuals exposed to the art. This session will present findings to date.
Tuesday, September 19, 2017

NOAH TRACK - ROOM 9C

9/19/2017  |  8:00 AM - 9:00 AM  |  Open to Conference Attendees Only

N05: Arts in Health: Creative Arts Therapies

SPEAKERS
 
Amber Como, MA, RDT
Expressive Therapy Team Lead, Seton Shoal Creek Hospital
 
Angel C. Duncan, MA-MFT, ATR
Director of Education/Clinician, Neuropsychiatric Research Center of Southwest Florida
Kalila Homann, MA, LPC-S, BC-DMT
Director, Embodied Neurobiology
 
Della Molloy-Daughtery, MT-BC
Music Therapist, Dell Children's Hospital
 
Daniela Simmons, Ph.D., PAT
Executive Council, ASGPP
 
Megan Van Meter, MA, LPC-AT/S, ATR-BC
Art Therapist/Special Education Counselor, Hays Consolidated Independent School District
8:00 AM - 8:40 AM
Amber Como, Kalila Homann, Della Molloy-Daughtery, Daniela Simmons, Megan Van Meter: Creative Arts in Practice
 
This panel discussion aims to explore the use of creative arts therapies in clinical practice though exploring the theoretical & practical approaches to treatment across five creative arts therapies professions. Using a single case study these practitioners will provide attendees with an opportunity to learn about, & create a dialogue around, how creative approaches are effectively being used in the field to impact health outcomes.
 
8:40 AM - 9:00 AM
Angel Duncan: Technologies and Arts Therapy: Creative Interventions for Neurological Disorders
 
The advanced technology of the MIND app will demonstrate where and how to identify technology application steps with a hands-on approach on how to effectively work with those who have cognitive/neurological disorders while utilizing GE Healthcare's cutting-edge technology. Best practices in community arts programming are discussed to address how to start a program, where to identify local support, and implement effective ways to improve quality of life for persons with dementia and their caregivers.

NOAH TRACK - ROOM 9C

9/19/2017  |  12:45 PM - 2:00 PM  |  Open to Conference Attendees Only

N06: Arts in Health: Arts in the Military

SPEAKERS
 
Ermyn King, MA, RDT
Independent Contractor, ArtStream, Inc.
 
Jenny Baxley Lee, MA, BC-DMT
Faculty, UF's Center for Arts in Medicine in the College of the Arts
 
AnnMarie O'Malley, PhD
, Creative Forces: NEA Military Healing Arts Network
 
Judy Rollins, PhD, RN
President, Rollins & Associates
 
Darden Smith
Founder and Creative Director, SongWritingWith:Soldiers
Heather Spooner, MA, ATR-BC
, Center for Arts in Medicine
Rebecca Vaudreuil, EdM, MT-BC
Music Therapy Program Lead, National Endowment for the Arts Creative Forces Military Healing Arts Network

12:45 PM - 1:05 PM
Ermyn King, Judy Rollins: A Portfolio of Caring Through the Arts: Creative Services Offered by ArtStream's Artists-in-Residence Team in the USA's Largest Military Medical Center

ArtStream's artists-in-residence (AIR) team has been providing a multifaceted portfolio of creative services for patients, families, and staff in the USA's largest military medical center during recent conflicts and beyond. Thorough AIR training (including vital scope of practice considerations), ongoing evaluation, relationship building and collaboration, and adaptation to changing needs, are all at the core of and assure quality control for AIR services. The team's portfolio has grown to include professional development offerings for healthcare providers and medical and nursing students. A study on its work with children of hospitalized service members with combat injuries appears in a 2015 Arts & Health issue devoted to arts and the military. The session will examine the foundational elements and features, benefits, and impact of this effective, growth-oriented military healthcare AIR initiative, while also addressing challenges and continuous learning involved in its operation.

1:05 PM - 1:25 PM
Darden Smith: Songwriting With:Soldiers -- Changing Lives Through Creativity

Songwriting With: Soldiers founder Darden Smith combines song, spoken word and images to show the importance of bringing art, skilled artists, and collaboration to not only the Veteran community, but to any population that has experienced marginalization, loss or trauma to foster connection, confidence and creativity.

1:25 PM - 2:00 PM

Heather Spooner, Jenny Baxley Lee, AnnMarie O'Malley, Rebecca Vaudreuil: The NEA Creative Forces Telehealth Project: Using Video-Based Technologies to Bridge the Gap Between Clinical and Community Based Arts Programs for Service Members Across the Military Treatment Continuum

This session describes a component of the NEA program Creative Forces that allows veterans to remain engaged with providers through clinical video telehealth as they transition from active duty service to veteran/civilian life (re)integrate into their communities. Telehealth can support veterans in transition in building relationships with community members through the arts as they continue to engage in expressive art forms as part of their healing process.

NOAH TRACK - ROOM 9C

9/19/2017  |  3:00 PM - 4:00 PM  |  Open to Conference Attendees Only

N07: Arts in Health: Innovation in Healthcare and Educational Programs

SPEAKERS
 
Jenny Baxley Lee, MA, BC-DMT
Faculty Member, UF's Center for Arts in Medicine in the College of the Arts
 
Cynthia Perlis
Director, Art for Recovery
 
Dr. Lori Power, BSN, MA, EdD
Faculty Member, University of New England School of Social Works Applied Arts Social Justice

2:40 PM - 3:00 PM 
Cynthia Perlis: Art for Recovery: Creativity in Healthcare  

Art for Recovery is one of the longest running art and healing programs in the country. The history of how this program began in 1988 in the HIV unit at UCSF, the creation of multiple Art for Recovery programs across all three UCSF campuses and in the community that continues today, along with the success in writing grants and obtaining funding throughout the Bay Area will be discussed. In addition, the relationship that was developed with the UCSF Foundation and the UCSF Department of Medical Humanities that has led to the continued success of this program will be explored. An interactive creative component will be experienced by the audience as well as videos that will give heart to the program.

3:00 PM - 3:30 PM

Dr. Lori Power, BSN., MA, EdD.

This presentation will introduce an innovative new program offered at UNE's Master of Social Work Program: The Applied Arts and Social Justice Certificate. This program formalizes the relationship between the arts and healing, and is the first program of its kind in the United States. Its approach links artists, art therapists, and community activists with social workers, social work students, and community members.

3:30 PM - 4:00 PM
Jenny Baxley Lee, Jill Sonke: Engaging Learners in Arts in Health Education in Traditional and Online Environments

Through design and implementation of academic curriculum, faculty at the UF Center for Arts in Medicine have learned a great deal about pedagogy in arts in health education in both traditional and online learning environments. In the spirit of a lively, facilitated discussion, participants will examine aspects of academic programs with the aim to share ideas, deepen discourse and improve excellence in arts in health education internationally.

NOAH TRACK - ROOM 9C

9/19/2017  |  4:15 PM - 5:15 PM  |  Open to Conference Attendees Only

N08: Arts in Health: Design

SPEAKERS
 
Lisa Burgess
Family Advisory Council, Boston Children's Hospital
 
Jessica Finch
Facilities Art Program Manager, Boston Children's Hospital
 
Anne Garrity
Senior Interior Designer, Shepley Bulfinch
 
Marty Gregg
Founding Principal and Creative Director, ArtHouse Design
 
Annette Ridenour
President & CEO, Aesthetics Inc
Jill Sullivan, RN, MSN
Vice President, Strategic Space Planning & General Services, Lucile Packard Children's Hospital at Stanford
4:15 PM - 4:55 PM
Annette Ridenour, Jill Sullivan: Seven Year Journey – The Art Program at Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital
 
Imagine an architecturally integrated Art Program, telling the stories of the ecosystems of California with two major gardens commissioned by world famous artists, Trompe-L’oeil Mosaics on two floors creating interactive tide pools on one and the redwood forest on another. Over 40 bronze sculptures of Ambassador Animals greet you on each floor, designed to be playful and interactive. Included in this collection are blown glass dioramas, new immersive interactive technologies and artwork that takes you on a journey throughout the Stanford Campus. This collection contains only original art with 300 pieces of commissioned art and a total collection of almost 500 pieces.  Designed over a five-year period, this process engaged patients, families and an art committee that was made up of donors, architects, designers and department heads from throughout the Hospital. A strong vision was created from the art committee and a call for artists was extended to the artists of California. Come learn from Jill Sullivan, who will tell the story from the owner’s point of view and Annette Ridenour, who will present the journey from the artist and the art’s consultants point-of-view.
 
4:55 PM - 5:35 PM
Jessica Finch, Lisa Burgess, Anne Garrity, Marty Gregg: Best Practices in Interactive and Technology-based Art
 
This session will provide a comprehensive overview of the next generation of technology-based art and explore how interactive artwork can empower patients, giving a much-needed sense of control. Examples from Boston Children’s Hospital include a variety of installed and planned art types; motion-activated, sound installations, projected art, augmented reality, and new ways to use common equipment. Practical information and pros/cons will help attendees understand best practices for including interactive art in your next project. We will explore how interactive art can be an extension of patient-centered design principles, which give families the ability to adjust light levels, room temperature, and levels of privacy. We intend to expand this study and explore the impact of interactive and technology-based art as an effective means to reduce anxiety and agitation.
Wednesday, September 20, 2017

NOAH TRACK - ROOM 9C

9/20/2017  |  8:30 AM - 9:30 AM  |  Open to Conference Attendees Only

N09: Arts in Health: Creativity and Research in Health Systems

SPEAKERS
Napoleon Dargan, Psy.D
Director of Stress Relief Through the Arts, Art of Health and Healing
 
Lisa Gallagher, MA, MT-BC
Research Program Manager, Arts & Medicine Institute - Cleveland Clinic
Maria Jukic, JD
Executive Director, Arts & Medicine Institute at Cleveland Clinic
Nicki Koethner, MA, MFT
Expressive Arts Therapy Supervisor, Art of Health and Healing
 
Alan Siegel, MD
, Contra Costa Health Services

8:30 AM - 9:00 AM 
Alan Siegel, Napoleon Dargan, Nicki Koethner: Art of Health and Healing of Contra Costa Health Services

We will provide an overview and implementation toolbox for Art of Health and Healing(AHH) programming. AHH provides our underserved county patients and staff with a wide variety of creative programming through our Expressive Arts Therapy training program, staff support and training, and healing environments. In an experiential, we’ll imbibe the powerful work of our community arts and psycho-education workshop, Stress Reduction Through the Arts.

9:00 AM - 9:30 AM
Lisa Gallagher, Maria Jukic: Research and Evaluation in Arts & Medicine 

The presenters will share their experiences with conducting a wide variety of research projects regarding the use of the arts in medicine. This includes visual arts, performing arts, art therapy, & music therapy. These projects range from the use of surveys to market research to chart reviews to randomized controlled trials. The data that has been obtained is both quantitative and qualitative; and it was gathered from patients, families/ caregivers, and employees. Information learned from the studies will be shared, the importance of applying research in practice will be discussed, and current and future ideas for research will be shared.

NOAH TRACK - ROOM 9C

9/20/2017  |  9:45 AM - 10:45 AM  |  Open to Conference Attendees Only

N10: NOAH Closing Session

Houston Methodist Center for Performing Arts Medicine Program Model; Value of NOAH to the Field; NOAH Membership Meeting; NOAH Interactive Conference Feedback and Concluding Remarks

SESSION FOCUS AREAS: = Generative Space = NOAH