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Research Submitted

Titlesort ascending Author Date
The Future of Women's Care Organizations A. Ray Pentecost III, DrPH, AIA (Mid-Atlantic Women's Care, PLC) Jul 01, 1999
The Future of Architectural Design in the Post-Digital Era Aimee Buccellato (University of Notre Dame), Holly Ferguson (University of Notre Dame), Charles F. Vardeman, II (University of Notre Dame) May 18, 2016
The Future of Ambulatory Care John Barker, AIA, NCARB, Ed Pocock, AIA, Charles Huber Nov 01, 2010
The Footprint of Tight: Hinterlands, Landscape and Dense Cities John Doyle (RMIT University), Graham Crist (RMIT University) Oct 02, 2020
The First Dedicated Pediatric Oncology Hospital in Cairo, Egypt Association of Friends of the National Cancer Institute (AFNCI) Oct 01, 2000
The Financial Case for High-Performance Buildings Jeremy Attema, Simon Fowell, Matt Macko, Warren Neilson Oct 31, 2018
The Fairview Lakes Regional Medical Center: Creating and Establishing a New Health Care Model Scott Wordelman (Fairview Redwing Health Center), Donald K. Lemonds, AIA (JMGR Inc.), Howard Goltz, AIA (Setter, Leach & Lindstrom, Inc) Oct 01, 1998
The Facility Response to Health Reform James T. Hannon Nov 01, 2010
The Environment of Cancer Care: Fast-Tracking a Patient-Focused Radiation Therapy Center Mark Balasi, AIA (Vice President, Phillips Swager Associates) Dec 01, 1999
The Effects of Combined Imaging Technology on Healthcare Planning and Design C. Wayne Hibbs, CCE (Continuum Solutions Consulting), Gary L. Vance, AIA, ACHA Oct 01, 2003