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Research Submitted

Title Author Datesort ascending
A New International Opportunity: Importing Foreign Experience Back to the United States B. Wayne Fishback, AIA (Wong, Ouyang Architects and Engineers, Fishback & Associates) Oct 01, 2000
Domestic and Foreign Urban Continuing Care Retirement Communities of Today and Tomorrow Jae Seung Park, PhD, AIA (Department of Architecture, HanYang University, Seoul, Korea), Joseph G. Sprague, FAIA, FACHA (Director of Health Facilities, HKS, Inc.) Oct 01, 2000
The First Dedicated Pediatric Oncology Hospital in Cairo, Egypt Association of Friends of the National Cancer Institute (AFNCI) Oct 01, 2000
New Hospital on a New Site - Case Study for Universal Application: Arrowhead Regional Medical Center John E. Sealander, AIA (Bobrow/Thomas and Associates), Robert A. Cull, RA (Bobrow/Thomas and Associates), Michael L. Bobrow, FAIA (Bobrow/Thomas and Associates) Oct 01, 2000
Planning a Nurse Station for Clinical Function Herman Miller for Healthcare Oct 01, 2000
Planning and Designing Health-Care Facilities for Maximum Patient Value David W. Goff, FACHE Oct 01, 2000
Future Issues and Trends in Design of Women's Healthcare Facilities Kristi Walvrood Oct 01, 2000
Wellness and the Built Environment: An Exploration into Guerilla Architecture S.C. Anderson (A Center for Positive Health) Oct 01, 2000
Healthcare Facilities for the Future in Buildings from the Past Tom Gormley (Design, Construction, Equipment, and Engineering; HCA, the Healthcare Company) Oct 01, 2000
Worcester Medical Center: A New Model for Integrated Healthcare Services Scott Hicks Oct 01, 2000

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