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Research Submitted

Title Author Datesort descending
Right-Sizing Your Outpatient Surgery Suite William Sheely, AIA (The Orcutt/Winslow Partnership) Oct 01, 1998
A Research-Based Environment: A NICU That Feels Like Home Susan T. Williams, AIA (E. Lynn App Architects, Inc.), Cynthia A. Burger, RN, BSN (The Children's Medical Center, Dayton, OH) Oct 01, 1998
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 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
Emergency Departments: The New Front Door Beth Leslie Glasser, AIA (Anshen+Allen, Architects) Oct 01, 1998
Evolution of the Hospital: The Next 20 Years W.H. (Tib) Tusler, Jr., FAIA (Planning for Health) Oct 01, 1998
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
Healthcare Facilities: Current Trends and Future Forecasts Donald McKahan, AIA (McKahan Planning Group) Oct 01, 1998
Observation of Care Units: An Essential of Emegency Departments Helen C. D'Souza, MHA, ACHE, MGMA, Daneil J. Miesle, MHA, CHE, ACHE, AHA Oct 01, 1998
Partnering Penrose Hospital Surgical Renovation John C. Hoelscher, AIA (RTA Architects) Oct 01, 1998

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