Keeping Up with
Smith Hager Bajo…

Here’s where we plan to keep you abreast of what’s happening in our world - what we’re working on and where we’re headed.

"Disruptions in Healthcare Design – The Good News"

Dr. Nicholas J. Webb, Futurist, Technology CEO, Award-Winning Inventor, Number One Bestselling Author, will be the keynote speaker at the Healthcare Center for Design Expo and Conference in Orlando on Nov 12, 2017.

Congratulations to this year’s Changemaker Award going to Mardelle McCuskey Shepley, Professor at Cornell University.  She will share stories of successes and challenges along her journey, and offer insights into the future intersection of healthcare and design.  Smith Hager Bajo principal Judy Smith is privileged to have co-presented and co-authored with this amazing professor, architect, and humanitarian.


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Gravens High Risk Newborn Conference Feb 28-Mar 3, 2018

SAVE THE DATE for the 31st Annual Conference on the Environment for the Care of High Risk Newborns in collaboration with the March of Dimes. The conference will be help in Clearwater Beach, FL. The dates are Feb 28-Mar 3, 2018.

Abstracts are being accepted until November 1, 2017.  Abstracts should be submitted for consideration to Bobbi Rose, brose@health.usf.edu. The theme will be the social and emotional environment for babies, families and staff, although abstracts may be submitted on other topics, such as new NICU unit design and operations.

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30th Annual Gravens Conference - Mar 1-4, 2017

The 30th Annual Gravens Conference on the Physical and Developmental Environment of the High Risk Infant, in collaboration with the March of Dimes will be held in Clearwater Beach, FL, on March 1-4, 2017.  This year includes another stellar international faculty, focusing on the theme, Rhythms of the NICU for Babies, Families and Staff.  Principal Judy Smith serves on the planning committee for the Gravens Conference. Check out the conference on Facebook for more information.

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Principal Judy Smith's Presentations

Principal Judy Smith co-presented at a 2016 Fall conference and in Houston in November. She attended  an invitational Think Tank session in TX on Fetal Therapy in Austin this past Fall (2016), also.

2016 Health Facilities Symposium and Expo, Orlando, FL, Sep 19 - 21, 2016

Should Women Be Patients in Children’s Hospitals: An Update, Annie Coull, AIA, Stantec; Elena Gates, MD, UCSF Medical Center, Judy Smith, MHA, Smith Hager Bajo, Inc.

2016 Healthcare Design Expo and Conference on Innovative Design, Healing Environments, Houston, TX, Nov 12-16, 2016

Co-presented lessons learned from the new Parkland women’s and infants clinics with Paula Turicchi, Adminstrator, Parkland Hospital, JC Buswold, UTSW Medical Center and Julia Fetzer from Blue Cottage Consulting

 

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Principal Kathleen Bajo's Healthcare Design Presentation 2015

Kathleen Bajo co-presented “Planning for the Flexible Use of the Neonatal Couplet Care Rooms:  A Large Birth Service Experience” at the Healthcare Design Expo and Conference in Washington, DC, in November 2015.

Wtih standing room only, Orlando Health’s Stacy Jemtrud, Patient Care Administrator, Winnie Palmer Hospital for Women & Babies and Kathleen lived up to the conference logo for participants to DISCOVER WHAT’S NEXT.

While more common internationally, neonatal couplet care is relatively new in the United States with only a few facilities implementing this concept. A 30-bed unit was planned to accommodate hospitalized postpartum mothers with their Level II infants in the same room. This unit, which opened in February 2014, is the largest of its kind in the US. This session described the facility and staffing requirements necessary to safely operate this unit and shared operational challenges and outcomes.

Posted on Monday, August 10, 2015 at 10:38PM by Registered CommenterSHB Webmaster | CommentsPost a Comment | References7 References
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