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Research Submitted

Title Author Datesort ascending
The Environment of Cancer Care: Fast-Tracking a Patient-Focused Radiation Therapy Center Mark Balasi, AIA (Vice President, Phillips Swager Associates) Dec 01, 1999
Planning the Gamma Knife Unit: The Gamma Knife Center of the Carolinas Joseph W. Hines, AIA (Project Architect, Gresham, Smith & Partners) Dec 01, 1999
Cancer Care: In the Next Millennium Marsha Fountain, RN, MSN (Vice President), Robby Hull, AIA (The Stichler Group Inc.) Dec 01, 1999
Women's and Infants Services: Trends, Planning Guidelines, Case Studies, and Lessons Learned Ed Jackmauh, AIA (Principal, Director of Health Facilities Planning) Dec 01, 1999
Cancer Centers: A Look at Environmental Issues and Patient Needs J. Mark Smith, MBA, Assoc. AIA (Vice President, Easter & Mason Healthcare Consulting Corporation) Dec 01, 1999
Quantitative Methods in Healthcare: Contributing to Customer Satisfaction and Quality Design Richard J. Schuster, MD, FACP (Write State Univ. School of Medicine; Sycamore Primary Care Center), Marianne L. Weber, AIA, NCARB (E. Lynn App Architects, Inc.) Oct 01, 1999
Cell Wars: Building a Base for Commanders in the Final Battle Against Cancer Mohammad T. Karim, AIA (Healthcare Environment Design, Architecture Engineering Interiors), Egan R. Gleason (Healthcare Environment Design, Architecture Engineering Interiors) Oct 01, 1999
Holistic Approach to Cancer Treatment Facility Design Richard L. Miller, AIA (Earl Swensson Associates, Inc.), Sam W. Burnette, AIA (Earl Swensson Associates, Inc.) Oct 01, 1999
The Cancer Patient's Perspectives on Facilities Design Carl Linter (HKS Inc.) Oct 01, 1999
Planning and Programming: The Building Blocks to Designing a Cancer Center Joyce Durham, RN, AIA (Chi Systems, Division of Superior Consultant Company, Inc.), Dina Battisto (Chi Systems, Division of Superior Consultant Company, Inc.) Oct 01, 1999