Wade Sutton on By Design discussion panel next week
Wade Sutton, a Senior Associate in the HASSELL Sydney studio, has been invited to join the discussion panel for ABC's Radio National weekly design program, By Design, hosted by Fenella Kernabone.
The panel will discuss how the design of operating theatres is changing due to technological and procedural advances and how philosophical shifts, such as the development of patient-focused delivery of care, and working conditions for clinical and nursing staff have improved.
Wade will be offering the panel his perspective on some of the considerations and challenges of these issues. He has over 20 years of experience in healthcare planning, design and procurement of complex healthcare environments.
Joining him on the panel will also be a surgeon and a member of one of the peak bodies for peri-operative nursing. They will give listeners an insight into the day-to-day practicalities of implementing and using new technologies and procedures.
The program will go live to air on Wednesday 15 August, 2.30-3pm AEST.
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