International Academy for Design & Health (IADH)

The International Academy for Design & Health (IADH) is a global non-profit organization with an interdisciplinary knowledge community dedicated to the stimulation and application of research concerning the interaction between design, health, science, culture, and economics. Founded in 1997, the aim of the IADH is to provide a highly visible global forum for promoting an ongoing international exchange of research findings among scientists, designers, health professionals, industry, and Ministries of Health worldwide.

Fundamental to the Academy's work is the development of a theoretical understanding of the importance of salutogenic design and its application in the design of physical environments that prevent disease and support and promote human health, well-being, and quality of life. The Academy offers an inclusive environment for collaborating with its government, academic, and professional partners around the world. For more information, visit www.designandhealth.com.

Research Submitted

Title Author Datesort descending
Moving towards a New Vision for Healthcare: The McGill University Health Centre, Montreal Donna Riley, Nicolas Steinmetz Jul 01, 2000
High Touch, High Tech, High Flexibility – Reducing Obsolescence in Patient Care Environments Mohinder S. Datta, AIA (Kaplan McLaughlin Diaz) Jul 01, 2000
Research on Healthcare Environments for Children and their Families Mardelle McCuskey Shepley, Ph.D. (Texas A&M University) Jul 01, 2000
Participatory Planning and Design of a New Children’s Hospital Aase Eriksen, Ph.D. Jul 01, 2000
The Hospital and the City Eric C.Y. Fang, AIA, APA , Scott S. Prysi, MD Jul 01, 2000
Addressing Infant, Parent and Caregiver Stress in a Neonatal Intensive Care Setting Faye LeDoux (Ellerbe Becket) Jul 01, 2000
Effects of Healthcare Environmental Design on Medical Outcomes Roger S. Ulrich, Ph.D. (Texas A&M University) Jul 01, 2000
Designing for Dementia Nadia Tobia , Susan Black Jul 01, 2000
Health Facility Flexibility and Humanity: An Agenda for the 21st Century Jim O. Jonassen, FAIA, RAIC (NBBJ) , Ron Klemenic , Mark Leinenwever Jul 01, 2000
Design for Enhanced Recovery John Wells-Thorpe Jul 01, 2000

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