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Current Hospital Master Plan Jonas Badermann de Lemos is an Architect and Urbanist, specialist in Hospital Administration and holder of the Badermann Arquitectos Associates Architecture Office since 1993. He teaches several courses in the area.
Architecture Regulations for Healthcare Facilities in Brazil Antonio Pedro Alves de Carvalho is an engineer and architect, full professor of the Faculty of Architecture at UFBA.
How Hospital Rooms Went from Airy Temples to "Inhuman" Machines Jeanne S. Kisacky is an independent scholar who has taught architectural history classes as an adjunct instructor at Cornell University, Syracuse University, and Binghamton University.
Special Edition: The Centenary of Jarbas Karman
On April 13, 1917, Jarbas Karman was born in Campanha, MG, Brazil, the contriver of IPH that, today, honors him with a new edition of the IPH Magazine. This is also a tribute to his independent and critical spirit. Jarbas Karman would not give in when searching for creative solutions to overcome the countless challenges hospitals have always faced. Being faithful to the culture of excellence established by its creator, the current edition of IPH Magazine deepens and updates important discussions concerning the anxieties and problems that contemporary hospitals must deal with.
Therefore, the IPH Magazine #14 - Special Edition: The Centenary of Jarbas Karman gathered a group of professionals well known in this area of expertise. The architect Jonas Badermann writes about the "Master Plans for hospitals nowadays"; the text written by Professor Antonio Pedro, PhD, revises the Rules and Regulations for Architecture for healthcare facilities in order to deepen the discussions that have been taking place about the revision of RDC 50; the article written by Professor Evandro Pereira da Silva, MSc, studies the history of the architecture of Santa Casa de Misericórdia de São Paulo, emphasizing the importance of knowing the history of architecture within the health area; the specialist in Hospitality in Hospitals, Ana Augusta Blumer, throws light on the importance of the concept of hospitality to achieve the so-called humanization. Moreover, there is the translation of a text by American researcher Jeanne Kisacky, never published in Portuguese before, which brings an interesting study regarding the history of ventilation and lighting in hospital buildings in the USA since the 18th until nowadays.
In this issue, we grieve the loss of and honor the Italian architect Romano del Nord, who, with generosity and competence, always provided those interested in healthcare projects with material and good conversations. This link will take you to the article "Future Trends in Teaching and Research Hospital Design", which he wrote especially for IPH in 2014.
We hope that this issue may serve as a source of information and reflection to those working in healthcare. We remind you that IPH Magazine continues with its policy of being completely open for contributions.
- Current Hospital Master Plan Jonas Badermann de Lemos Jonas Badermann de Lemos is an Architect and Urbanist, specialist in Hospital Administration and chief at "Badermann Arquitectos Associates" Architecture Office since 1993. He teaches several courses in the area.
- Architecture Regulations for Healthcare Facilities in Brazil Antonio Pedro Alves de Carvalho Antonio Pedro Alves de Carvalho is engineer and architect, professor of the Architecture College at Federal University of Bahia - UFBA.
- How Hospital Rooms Went from Airy Temples to "Inhuman" Machines Jeanne Kisacky This essay was originally published in English at Zócalo Public Square.
- The healthcare hub Erick Vicente This Brazilian work was a honorable mention at "2017 UIA-PHG International Student & Young Architect Competition - Smart, Green & Beyond: Healthcare Facility of the Future"
- Santa Casa de Misericórdia de São Paulo: A hospital architectural heritage Evandro Pereira da Silva The case study aims to highlight the importance of building the "Santa Casa de Misericórdia de São Paulo", while hospital architectural heritage of the city and region, listing the contributing factors of the architectural typology accepted by their leaders to serve the sick, travelers, orphans, elderly and abandoned in a period of fierce marking of Brazil in particular of the state capital through the analysis of the temporal trajectory of the sites, where they developed their activities...
- How Architecture Has Influenced the Promotion of Hospital Hotel Services and Humanization Ana Augusta Blumer Salotti Ana Augusta Blumer Salotti holds a degree in Hospitality from SENAC, an MBA in Health Management from UNIFESP and a postgraduate degree in Hospitality Hospitality from the Institute of Teaching and Research of Hospital Israelita Albert Einstein.
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