The American Institute of Architects

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Research Submitted

Titlesort descending Author Date
New Standard of Practice for the Design of MRI Facilities Robert Junk, AIA (Junk Architects), Tobias Gilk Oct 01, 2005
Nonlinear Systems Biology and Design: Surface Design Jenny E. Sabin, M.Arch. (University of Pennsylvania), Peter Lloyd Jones, Ph.D. (University of Pennsylvania) Jul 13, 2009
Nursing Unit Configuration and Its Relationship to Noise and Nurse Walking Behavior: An AIDS/HIV Unit Case Study Mardelle McCuskey Shepley, AIA (College of Architecture, Texas A&M University), Kimberly Davies Oct 01, 2003
Observation of Care Units: An Essential of Emergency Departments Helen C. D'Souza, MHA, ACHE, MGMA, Daneil J. Miesle, MHA, CHE, ACHE, AHA Oct 01, 1998
One Project at a Time: Service and Learning Applied in Appalachian Communities D. Jason Miller (Appalachian State University), R. Chadwick Everhart (Appalachian State University) May 13, 2015
Open Building: A New Paradigm in Hospital Architecture Stephen Kendall, PhD, RA (Building Futures Institute, Ball State University) Oct 01, 2004
Opportunities for Sustainable Design in Skilled-Nursing Culture Change Sara Mae Martens, AIA, LEED AP Oct 24, 2012
Optimizing Early Design Process Decision Making Through Effective Problem Framing Clifton Fordham (Temple University) May 18, 2016
Optimizing Toilet Location for Assisted Toileting Jon Sanford, PhD (Georgia Institute of Technology), Sheila J. Bosch, PhD (Gresham, Smith and Partners) Mar 01, 2013
Partnering Penrose Hospital Surgical Renovation John C. Hoelscher, AIA (RTA Architects) Oct 01, 1998

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