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Webinar
September 2017 Webinar
This webinar explores: explore how to integrate Evidence-based Design into firm culture, leverage external tools and resources to support EBD initiatives, strategize opportunities for communicating EBD efforts, internally and externally, and project potential opportunities for research growth and innovation within a firm.
Member Project
September 2017 Member Project
KINGSWOOD

 

Project Mission And Vision/About the Project

SBC understood the importance of the community to embrace changes and through the design survey the “Today’s Traditional” was created. The design redefined traditional details with bright, fresh color palettes. The purposeful selections of furniture with curved lines paired with updated fabric patterns provide a twist to the stereotypical traditional design.

Member Project
September 2017 Member Project
THE RESIDENCES AT THOMAS CIRCLE

 

Member Project
September 2017 Member Project
BETHESDA HAWTHORNE PLACE

Firm's role on the project: Interior Design, Furniture, Artwork  

Tool
September 2017 Tool
The Safety Risk Assessment (SRA) Toolkit is: a proactive process that can mitigate risk a discussion prompt for a multidisciplinary team an evidence-based design (EBD) approach to identify solutions. The SRA targets six areas of safety (infections, falls, medication errors, security, injuries of behavioral health, and patient handling) as required in the FGI Guidelines. WHY USE THIS SRA?
EBD Journal Club
September 2017 EBD Journal Club

Zborowsky, T., Bunker-Hellmich, L., Morelli, A., & O'Neill, M. (2010). Centralized vs. decentralized nursing stations: Effects on nurses' functional use of space and work environment. Health Environments Research & Design Journal, 3(4), 19-42.

EBD Journal Club
April 2014 EBD Journal Club

Shepley, M. M., Pasha, S., Ferguson, P., Huffcut, J. C., Kiyokawa, G., & Martere, J. (2013). Design research and behavioral health facilities. The Center for Health Design.

EBD Journal Club
December 2015 EBD Journal Club

Wingler, D., & Hector, R. (2015). Demonstrating the effect of the built environment on staff health-related quality of life in ambulatory care environments. Health Environments Research & Design Journal, 8(4), 25-40.

EBD Journal Club
April 2016 EBD Journal Club

Nejati, A., Shepley, M., Rodiek, S., & Lee, C. (2016). Restorative Design Features for Hospital Staff Break Areas: A Multi-Method Study. Health Environments Research & Design Journal, 9(2), 16-35.

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Webinar
August 2017 Webinar
This webinar explores: recognize the value of a collaborative team approach to healthcare art, understand the importance of early integration of art discussion in the design process, learn how hospital owners can further use art programs to collaborate with the community and foster mutually beneficial relationships, and appreciate the benefits of an integrated visual experience as a result of collaboration.