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Healthy Buildings: Impact on Nurses and Nursing Practice

Author(s): Guenther, R., Gillmore Hall, A.

The Road Ahead: The Need to Clarify and Re-Conceptualize Healing Environments

Author(s): Kuo, N., Hui, C.

Sustainable healthcare architecture

Author(s): Guenther, R., Vittori, G.

Perceived hospital environment quality indicators: A study of orthopaedic units

Author(s): Fornara, F., Bonaiuto, M., Bonnes, M.
The field of healthcare design has increasingly recognized the need for building environments that are more ‘‘user-centered,’’ but spatial–physical features have not typically been included in assessment surveys on patient satisfaction.
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Standard principles for preventing and controlling infection

Author(s): Chalmers, C., Straub, M.

Sarah Kubitschek Hospital-Salvador, Brazil: principles for a healing architecture at latitude 13°

Author(s): Tenorio, R.

The healing environment in our communities and healthcare settings: research excellence into practice

Author(s): Craft, N.

Taking on toxics II: Health care without harm

Author(s): Cray, C..

Enhancing the traditional hospital design process: a focus on patient safety

Author(s): Reiling, J.G., Knutzen, B.L., Wallen, T.K., McCullough, S. , Miller, R., Chernos, S.
The current study is an overview of innovative system engineering and patient safety factors, named as the Synergy model that a hospital system utilized to design their new facility.
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Designing for Patient Safety: Developing Methods to Integrate Patient Safety Concerns in the Design Process

Author(s): Joseph, A., Taylor, E. M. , Quan, X., Jelen, M.