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 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.