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Research Submitted

Title Author Datesort ascending
Designing for Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Spectroscopy: A Case Study Judd Brasch, AIA (RSP Architects Ltd.), Bryan Gatzlaff, AIA (RSP Architects Ltd.), Kamil Ugurbil, PhD (Center for Magnetic Resonance Research, University of Minnesota) Oct 01, 2000
The Healing Mission Lejla Zejnilovic (Harrell Group Inc), Christine Madden (Vice-President, Harrell Group Inc) Oct 01, 2000
A One Man User Group: The Architect Becomes a Patient David J. Reichard, AIA (Helman Hurley Charvat Peacock/Architects, Inc.) Dec 01, 1999
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
Designing for a New Model of Healthcare Delivery Donald B. Altemeyer, AIA (BSA Design Inc.), Todd M. Buerger, AIA (BSA Design Inc.), Ann L. Hendrich, MSN, RN (Clarian Health), Joy L. Fay, MS, RN (Cardiac Comprehensive Critical Care) Dec 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

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