Healthcare Interior Design 2.0 is the podcast that explores the changing face of healthcare design through intimate conversations with leading creatives in the field. Host Cheryl Janis and her guests explore the heartwarming human stories of how design can provide hope and healing for patients and their families, growing hospitality-influenced design trends, consumer desires, new support care models, the latest technology and the big ideas that are changing the way hospitals, senior living facilities and healthcare environments are designed.
Episode 9: KRISTIN ZEIT & JENNIFER KOVACS SILVIS OF EMERALD EXHIBITIONS
Join us as Cheryl speaks to Kristin D. Zeit – publisher of Healthcare Design and Environments for Aging magazines, and Jennifer Kovacs Silvis, editor-in-chief of Healthcare Design and Environments for Aging magazines at Emerald Expositions.
Episode 8: Tiana Lemons - Healthcare Studio Leader for Orcutt | Winslow
Episode 7: Jocelyn Stroupe - Director of Healthcare Interiors at Cannon Design
Join in this intimate conversation with Jocelyn Stroupe, Director of Healthcare Interiors At Cannon Design–an integrated global design firm that unites a dynamic team of architects, engineers, industry experts and builders driven by a singular goal — to help solve their clients’ and society’s greatest challenges.
EPISODE 6: REBECCA BRENNAN - PRINCIPAL AND FOUNDER OF DESIGN STUDIO BLUE
Join in this super informative conversation with Rebecca Brennan, principal and founder of Design Studio Blue, a design studio providing full-service interior architectural design services nationally.
EPISODE 5: JOANNA FRANK - PRESIDENT AND CEO OF THE CENTER FOR ACTIVE DESIGN
Join in this fascinating conversation with Joanna Frank, founding President & CEO of the Center for Active Design, the leading non-profit organization that uses design to foster healthy and engaged communities.
EPISODE 4: DR. RICHARD JACKSON - NATIONALLY KNOWN PHYSICIAN AND PBS HOST OF THE DESIGNING HEALTHY COMMUNITIES SERIES
Join in this soulful conversation with nationally known physician and PBS host Dr. Richard Jackson of the Designing Healthy Communities Series, viewed in 4 million homes in the United States.