Speaker Group: Conference 2023

Lisbeth Uhrskov Sørensen

Consultant and associate professor Lisbeth Uhrskov is a teacher, clinician and researcher at the Department of Forensic Psychiatry. She holds a PhD from Aarhus University, Health and an MSc from the London School of Economics. Her main research focus is describing, developing and evaluating the Danish Model of Care for forensic psychiatry. https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Lisbeth-Sorensen https://www.linkedin.com/in/lisbeth-uhrskov-aarhus-university-hospital/

Mark Richardson

Mark, a partner at TB+A and a chartered mechanical engineer, has worked for over 15 years in leading global engineering consultancies in the building sustainability field. Within these roles, Mark leads teams to drive sustainable innovation into projects, often global firsts and award-winning. Having worked in multiple countries and sectors for a range of clients,… Read more »

Danielle Barnard

Danielle is an architect with over 20 years’ industry experience. She has extensive experience of designing complex medium to large-scale education and healthcare developments and is passionate about ensuring that her designs are functional, safe, economical, and meet the needs of the client. She fully understands the in-depth consultation process required to create appropriate design… Read more »

Mark Nugent

Mark is an Associate Director at Medical Architecture, based in London. He has 15 years of experience in healthcare design and has delivered a wide range of schemes, including acute, mental health and community projects. He is an experienced architect and masterplanner, with a comprehensive understanding of the healthcare sector, with previous experience working within… Read more »

Ruari Reeves

Ruairi Reeves is an Architect and Director of Medical Architecture, based in London. He has been designing healthcare environments for over 20 years both in the UK and internationally, and he is an Executive Member of Architects for Health. Ruairi is particularly interested in how a patient’s environment can contribute to their wellbeing and recovery…. Read more »

Stence Guldager

Danish Architect MSc. Stence Guldager, business area manager and associated partner in Arkitema. Stence has worked with architecture in the healthcare sector for the last 13 years and has experience with large hospital, psychiatric and care facilities in general. In her work with mental health design, Stence has been involved in two award-winning psychiatries in… Read more »

Maria Luigia Assirelli

Maria has a passion for designing healing environments and she leads on Floyd Slaski’s mental health portfolio. Previously a Partner at GA architects, Maria specialised in design for autism friendly environments and has written papers for various groups including the National Autistic Society. She has been an active representative of the ‘awareness of the importance… Read more »

Bernard J Fox

Bernard J. Fox suffered his first major psychotic episode in 2004. Sectioned, he spent time both in PICU and Acute care. Over three main admissions, Bernard has had direct experience of two PICUs and four Acute Wards. Since joining the NAPICU Executive Committee, Bernard has visited numerous PICUs across the country with NAPICU interest in… Read more »

Rachelle McDade

Originally a hospital architect for 20 years, achieved a Masters from MARU; and have been working as a healthcare planner since. Passionate about improving the healthcare environment through biophillic architecture; with a strong focus on patient & staff well being. I have a passion for designing innovative & sustainable healthcare solutions. Currently focused on enhancing… Read more »

Jaime Bishop

Jaime Bishop Over 20 years working in Healthcare design, now running Fleet Architects, founded with Richard Henson having both worked for MAAP and SBA, and Jaime at Coda prior. Jaime is also the current co-chair of Architects for Health.