The American Institute of Architects

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Research Submitted

Title Author Datesort descending
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
Creating the Heart of Clarian Health Todd Buerger, AIA (BSA Design Inc.), Eric S. Williams, MD (Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis) Oct 01, 2001
Holding, Hearts, and Hospital Simulations Frank Zilm, Darch, FAIA (Frank Zilm & Associates, Inc.) Oct 01, 2001
The Integrated Approach: Cardiac Care as a Separate, but Integral Hospital Department Richard L. Miller, FAIA (Earl Swensson Associates), Harold D. Petty, AIA (Earl Swensson Associates), Sam W. Burnette, AIA (Earl Swensson Associates) Oct 01, 2001
Beyond the Mock Up: The Value of Temporary Occupancy and Evaluation David R. Vincent, AIA, ACHA (HKS Inc.), Diane H. Tasian, Assoc. AIA (HKS Inc.), Daniel Stromberg, MD (Children's Medical Center, Dallas) Oct 01, 2001
Is It Healthy to Turn Green? Clark Kellogg (Gordon H Chong & Partners) Oct 01, 2002
Turning Healthcare Green: A Case for Sustainable Healthcare Greg L. Roberts, AIA, CSI, CSS, ACHA (Watkins Hamilton Ross, Inc.) Oct 01, 2002

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