The American Institute of Architects

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Research Submitted

Title Author Datesort ascending
Project profile: New Orleans BioInnovation Center AIA Committee on the Environment (COTE) Apr 22, 2015
AIA Academy of Architecture for Health – Academy Journal (no. 17) AIA Academy of Architecture for Health (AAH) Mar 02, 2015
Behavioral Healthcare Design: Ten Things You ‘Know’ That ‘Just Ain’t So’ James M. Hunt, AIA, NCARB Mar 02, 2015
Patient-Population Based Design: A Needs-Assessment Approach for Designing Healthcare Environments Sharon E. Woodworth, AIA, ACHA Mar 02, 2015
Increasing the Inclusivity of the Design Process for Transformative Design Louis A. Meilink, Jr., AIA, ACHA, Christina Grimes, AIA, LEED BD+C, EDAC, Thomas J. Parr, Jr., AIA, Ballinger, David J. Major, PE, CHC, CHFM Mar 02, 2015
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) Room Type Design Trends Yilin Song, Mardelle McCuskey Shepley Mar 02, 2015
Research summary: A Holistic Analysis of Safety within the Court Facility Caren Martin (Martin & Guerin Design Research, LLC), Denise Guerin (Martin & Guerin Design Research, LLC) Dec 31, 2014
Research summary: Negative Effects of Isolating Juveniles in Correctional Facilities Caren Martin (Martin & Guerin Design Research, LLC), Denise Guerin (Martin & Guerin Design Research, LLC) Dec 31, 2014
Research summary: Courtroom Design Can Influence Judicial Process Caren Martin (Martin & Guerin Design Research, LLC), Denise Guerin (Martin & Guerin Design Research, LLC) Dec 31, 2014
Research summary: Harsh Conditions Contribute to Inmate Violence in Prison Caren Martin (Martin & Guerin Design Research, LLC), Denise Guerin (Martin & Guerin Design Research, LLC) Dec 31, 2014

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