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MSKCC Community Care Garden

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  • 1. MEMORIAL SLOAN-KETTERING CANCER CENTER Community Care Garden cultivating well-beingAlex Todaro, Beth Wernet, Rachelle Milne and Willa Tracosas | Design in Public Spaces with Jill Nussbaum | Concept for MSKCC | 27 February 13
  • 2. Client: Design Innovation group at Memorial Sloan-KetteringSite: Proposed MSK Outpatient Oncology Facility at 74th Street
  • 3. Brief•  How will digital design and technology improve the MSKCC patient experience?•  What digital services, installations or smart products could be provided to patients in the physical space and beyond?Alex Todaro, Beth Wernet, Rachelle Milne and Willa Tracosas | Design in Public Spaces with Jill Nussbaum | Concept for MSKCC | 27 February 13
  • 4. AudienceOur target users are patients and their friends or familySpecifically patients:• with longer or multiple repeat treatments• in need of a release from stressful situations• looking to connect with the MSK community or other patients going through similar treatmentsAlex Todaro, Beth Wernet, Rachelle Milne and Willa Tracosas | Design in Public Spaces with Jill Nussbaum | Concept for MSKCC | 27 February 13
  • 5. INSIGHTS: HOW PATIENTS TIME IS SPENT AT MSKCC “Chemo treatment days were the worst because the wait time is notoriously high, both to see the doctor, and then to get the treatment. It wasn’t unusual to spend 3 hours waiting.” “I developed the ritual of going for breakfast in the hospital cafeteria every morning after my radiation treatment. I liked the time to myself before I headed to the office.” Anonymous MSKCC PatientAlex Todaro, Beth Wernet, Rachelle Milne and Willa Tracosas | Design in Public Spaces with Jill Nussbaum | Concept for MSKCC | 27 February 13
  • 6. INSIGHTS: A HOLISTIC APPROACH I appreciate the small things that [MSKCC] can do to promote a consistant philosophy. Promoting health in all forms is important in creating a whole environment of well-being. Robert, 6 year MSKCC PatientAlex Todaro, Beth Wernet, Rachelle Milne and Willa Tracosas | Design in Public Spaces with Jill Nussbaum | Concept for MSKCC | 27 February 13
  • 7. “We had a patient sit at the waterfallfor about 30 mins and just stand there”OBSERVATION FROM AN RFID STUDY AT THE MSKCC BROOKLYN INFUSION CENTER
  • 8. When hospital rooms have windows looking out onto the natural world, patients heal more rapidly. —Esther Sternberg, M.D., Healing SpacesAlex Todaro, Beth Wernet, Rachelle Milne and Willa Tracosas | Design in Public Spaces with Jill Nussbaum | Concept for MSKCC | 27 February 13
  • 9. Just three to five minutes spent looking at views dominated by trees, flower, or water significantly ameliorates stress —Roger S. Ulrich, Health Benefits of Gardens in HospitalsAlex Todaro, Beth Wernet, Rachelle Milne and Willa Tracosas | Design in Public Spaces with Jill Nussbaum | Concept for MSKCC | 27 February 13
  • 10. Community Care Gardencultivating well-beingAlex Todaro, Beth Wernet, Rachelle Milne and Willa Tracosas | Design in Public Spaces with Jill Nussbaum | Concept for MSKCC | 27 February 13
  • 11. Concept StatementThe Community Care Garden aims to integrate natureinto every part of the patient experience, offering themthe choice of active or passive engagement while stillbenefitting from the healing powers of nature.Alex Todaro, Beth Wernet, Rachelle Milne and Willa Tracosas | Design in Public Spaces with Jill Nussbaum | Concept for MSKCC | 27 February 13
  • 12. INDOORS OUTDOORS COMMUNITY GARDENING TIME LAPSE BIRD’S EYE WALL TREATMENT ROOM PHOTOWALL CARETAKER LIGHT SYSTEM VIZ WALL AUGMENTED REALITY WALL DISCOVERY / EXPLORATION APP GREENHOUSE LEARNING CENTER passive engagement low engagement medium engagement high engagementAlex Todaro, Beth Wernet, Rachelle Milne and Willa Tracosas | Design in Public Spaces with Jill Nussbaum | Concept for MSKCC | 27 February 13
  • 13. User JourneyAlex Todaro, Beth Wernet, Rachelle Milne and Willa Tracosas | Design in Public Spaces with Jill Nussbaum | Concept for MSKCC | 27 February 13