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The Research-Based Healthcare Design Practice: What does it mean, what progress has been made, and what does the future look like?

Architects who want to engage in available research to inform their work today have difficulty in locating or deciphering useful knowledge that goes beyond the basic ‘healing environment’ and ‘patient satisfaction’ and a few safety-oriented studies. Architects today seek evidence related to...

NW Pacific.2012.02 Research Based Healthcare.pdf

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Convergence between public health and architecture

Emerging discourse seeks points of convergence between public health and architecture that will effectively integrate the composition of built environments with the science behind public health, well-being, and sustainability. Not just minimum standards, but also aspirational values bear on our...

NW Pacific.2012.02 Healthcare Public Spaces2.pdf