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Highlights of the #buildingsthatcare Twitter debate

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More than 240 tweeters joined a lively discussion on healthcare design last week – here are the hot topics and top tips shared during the debate

On Wednesday the AJ held a one-hour Twitter debate, led by a nine-strong panel, on how we can improve healthcare design, supported by Dulux Trade. The online discussion prompted 680 tweets - enough to get the #buildingsthatcare debate trending on the popular social network.

The debate was structured into five sections, focusing on what makes great healthcare design, practical tips and whether standardisation is a good thing. Here’s a selection of tweets from the debate – you can view the full discussion and carry on the conversation by visiting the #buildingsthatcare Twitter page.

Thank you to everyone who participated - especially our panel of experts.

  • Beatrice Fraenkel, chair of Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust and previous ARB chair @BFraenkel
  • David Ross, director at Keppie Design @Keppie_Design
  • Christopher Shaw, senior director at Medical Architecture @c_r_shaw
  • Ged Couser, director at BDP @gedcouser
  • Claudia Bloom, director at Avanti Architects @ClaudiaABloom
  • Julian Weyer, partner at CF Moller @Julian_Weyer
  • Steve Martin, associate partner at Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners @rshparchitects
  • Scott Grady, co-founder of Haptic Architects @scottgrady23 
  • Nick Durham, senior associate at HASSELL @nickjdurham

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