Event day about evidence-based circadian lighting for hospitals
Stockholm, October 31, 2019
Evidence-based intensive care with light and sound environment
Aimed at individuals working or who are involved in projects, with high-tech 24/7 areas for patients. For example, departments such as Neuro, Intensive care and Recovery.
The latest research and knowledge in circadian lighting and sound environment demonstrates:
- Documented effect on patients: Less depression, less fatigue, better sleep and less delirium.
- Shorter hospitalization, better treatment and reduced medication usage.
- Documented effect on staff: Better working environment, more energy, better sleep, more stable circadian rhythm after a night shift and increased job satisfaction.
The program includes:
- Anders West, PhD, Copenhagen University Hospital – Examination and evidence of patients
- Caroline Nilsson, Unit manager at the neurologist SUS, Malmö
- Greger Johansson, Health-promoting lighting design, Chromaviso
- Maria Quinn, Concept Developer Health Care Environment, Ecophon – great sound environment at IVA
- Mai-Britt Beldam, DTU / Ecophon, Acoustic Measurements Gentofte Hospital
- Niels Eje, Evidence-Based Audio Intervention, MusiCure
Sign up and questions
The event day is free and you can sign up at [email protected]. The number of seats is limited to 50 participants. Registration is binding and if you do not attend there is a no-show fee of DKK 1500.
The full program will be released in October 2019.