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Redesigning the information room

20 February, 2018|

When a patient is admitted in the ICU, family members want to stay with this relative and know how he/she is. The information about the patient evolution is an encounter between family and staff. This encounter is essential for families, and we should humanize the enviroment where it happens, because: Patient has the right about confidentiality of the state of [...]

A matter of space

28 March, 2017|

There are increasingly more Neonatal Intensive Care Units (NICU) that involve the family in the care of the newborn. But lack of space is one of the main problems encountered in the units when carrying it out. To provide a family of "their space", a place where to enjoy intimacy and privacy can turn completely the hard experience as it passing through [...]

A hospital like an alive tree

28 February, 2017|

Lady Cilento (LCCH) is a children hospital in Brisbane (Australia), and its design proyect started with the join of the Pediatric Units of Royal and Mater hospitals to get LCCH as the reference pediatric center. To meet the design, architects studied how hospitals were thought from the 1980s to the present day. After that study, they concluded that the design was [...]

Humanised infrastructure in the ICU. A challenge within our rearch

29 December, 2016|

Vicente Gómez  and Mónica Ferrero have published  the next article in the last number of Enfermería Intensiva. Our friends and members of Proyecto HU-CI develop the concept of humanised infrastructure: and ICU that provides the best physical and environmental well-being for patients, professionals and families. Spaces that are functional, efficient, ergonomic, comfortable, warm and friendly... and take care of all users to enhance their experience. Humanised infrastructure could have a good economical impact, besides the [...]