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 ascending
A New Paradigm of Design and Health Alan Dilani, Ph.D. (International Academy for Design and Health) Jul 01, 2003
Enshrining Humanistic Design in the Project Plan Ian M. Sinclair Jul 01, 2003
Design and Health: A New Paradigm Romano Del Nord (University of Florence, Italy) Jul 01, 2003
The Mind, Body and Spirit of the Healthcare Organization Annette Ridenour (Aesthetics, Inc.) Jul 01, 2003
A Garden at Your Workplace May Reduce Stress Ulrika A. Stigsdotter Jul 01, 2003
Evidence-based Design in Coordinated Health Treatment John Zeisel, Ph.D. Jul 01, 2003
Designing the Work Environment for Worker Health and Productivity Jacqueline C. Vischer, Ph.D. (University of Montreal) Jul 01, 2003
Creating Patient-Centered Environments for Cancer Care Mary-Jean Eastman, FAIA, OAQ, OAA (Perkins Eastman) Jul 01, 2003
Post Occupancy Evaluation POE, Design and Health Wolfgang F.E. Preiser, Ph.D. (University of Cincinnati) Jul 01, 2003
A Humanizing Healthcare Teaching Hospital in Mexico Elliot Paul Rothman Jul 01, 2003

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