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Research Submitted

Titlesort descending Author Date
Design for Aging Review 9: Data Mining Findings AIA Design for Aging Knowledge Community (DFA), Perkins Eastman Research Collaborative Oct 01, 2008
Design for the Latest Technology in Cancer Treatment: A Carbon Therapy Center Dyutima Jha, M.Arch, Assoc. AIA Nov 30, 2011
Design Guidelines for Adult Day Services Keith Diaz Moore, PhD, AIA (Washington State University) Mar 01, 2005
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 a Heart Center Naresh Mathur, AIA (HKS, Inc.) Oct 01, 2000
Designing a Primary Care Center to Meet Consumer Needs Marianne L. Weber, AIA, NCARB (E. Lynn App Architects), Richard J. Schuster, MD, FACP (Sycamore Primary Care Group) Oct 01, 1998
Designing for a New Model of Healthcare Delivery Donald B. Altemeyer, AIA (BSA Design Inc.), Todd M. Buerger, AIA (BSA Design Inc.), Ann L. Hendrich, MSN, RN (Clarian Health), Joy L. Fay, MS, RN (Cardiac Comprehensive Critical Care) Dec 01, 1999
Designing for Family-Centered Care in the Newborn Intensive Care Unit: Designing for the Future James F. Padbury, MD (Women & Infants Hospital and Brown University), Johan Verspyck, AIA (Anshen+Allen+Rothman) Nov 01, 2007
Designing for Health in the Next Millennium Ronald L. Skaggs, FAIA (HKS Inc.), Joseph G. Sprague, FAIA (HKS Inc.), George J. Mann, AIA (Texas A & M) Oct 01, 1998
Designing for Invisible Injuries: An Exploration of Healing Environments for Posttraumatic Stress Valerie Greer, AIA (Washington University in St. Louis), Emily Johnson (Washington University in St. Louis) Nov 01, 2017