Innovation and technology in one new hospital in Montreal: A lived experience of healthcare professionals
Anticipated Advantages and Disadvantages of a move to 100% Single Room Hospital in Australia: A Case Study
Journal of Nursing Management
Using Systems Theory to Examine Patient and Nurse Structures, Processes, and Outcomes in Centralized and Decentralized Units
HERD: Health Environments Research & Design Journal
Sustainability of a person-centered ward atmosphere and possibility to provide person-centered forensic psychiatric care after facility relocation
Journal of Forensic and Legal Medicine
Does a new spatial design in psychiatric inpatient care influence patients’ and staff’s perception of their care/working environment? A study protocol of a pilot study using a single-system experimental design
Pilot and Feasibility Studies
The Importance of Specific Workplace Environment Characteristics for Maximum Health and Performance: Healthcare Workers’ Perspective
Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine
Mental and behavioral health settings: Importance & effectiveness of environmental qualities & features as perceived by staff
Journal of Environmental Psychology
While many previous studies have examined how facility designs can benefit patients within non-psychiatric acute care settings, there is a lack of research exploring how physical environments can be better suited to promote the health of patients in mental and behavioral health (MBH) facilities.
Assessing Staff Satisfaction with Indoor Environmental Quality in Assisted Living Facilities
Journal of Interior Design
Nursing staff’s experiences of working in an evidence-based designed ICU patient room—An interview study
Intensive and Critical Care Nursing
Intensive care unit nurses use technology and systems that may not have existed when their nursing units were constructed. Nurses often must work around machines and in narrow spaces to deliver complex care to critically ill patients.
Nursing work and sensory experiences of hospital design: A before and after qualitative study following a move to all-single room inpatient accommodation
Health & Place
The term “embodiment” refers to the experience of living within a human body while conducting daily activities. The authors of this study suggest that empirical investigation of embodiment within the field of nursing has been relatively neglected.