The American Institute of Architects

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Research Submitted

Title Author Datesort ascending
Creating the Heart of Clarian Health Todd Buerger, AIA (BSA Design Inc.), Eric S. Williams, MD (Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis) Oct 01, 2001
Holding, Hearts, and Hospital Simulations Frank Zilm, Darch, FAIA (Frank Zilm & Associates, Inc.) Oct 01, 2001
The Integrated Approach: Cardiac Care as a Separate, but Integral Hospital Department Richard L. Miller, FAIA (Earl Swensson Associates), Harold D. Petty, AIA (Earl Swensson Associates), Sam W. Burnette, AIA (Earl Swensson Associates) Oct 01, 2001
Beyond the Mock Up: The Value of Temporary Occupancy and Evaluation David R. Vincent, AIA, ACHA (HKS Inc.), Diane H. Tasian, Assoc. AIA (HKS Inc.), Daniel Stromberg, MD (Children's Medical Center, Dallas) Oct 01, 2001
Worcester Medical Center: A New Model for Integrated Healthcare Services Scott Hicks Oct 01, 2000
Designing a Heart Center Naresh Mathur, AIA (HKS, Inc.) Oct 01, 2000
Design/Build in Health Care: The Anschutz Outpatient Pavilion University of Colorado Hospital, A Case Study Rob Davidson, AIA (Principal, H+L Architecture), Antonio B. Ruiz (Vice President of Operations, University of Colorado Hospital), Charlie Graft (Vice President, Gerald H. Phipps, Inc.), Mike Krueger (Project Director, McCarthy) Oct 01, 2000
Designing for Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Spectroscopy: A Case Study Judd Brasch, AIA (RSP Architects Ltd.), Bryan Gatzlaff, AIA (RSP Architects Ltd.), Kamil Ugurbil, PhD (Center for Magnetic Resonance Research, University of Minnesota) Oct 01, 2000
The Healing Mission Lejla Zejnilovic (Harrell Group Inc), Christine Madden (Vice-President, Harrell Group Inc) Oct 01, 2000
A New International Opportunity: Importing Foreign Experience Back to the United States B. Wayne Fishback, AIA (Wong, Ouyang Architects and Engineers, Fishback & Associates) Oct 01, 2000

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