Healthy Built Environment Linkages: A Toolkit for Design - Planning - Health
PHSA Population & Public Health team under the leadership of the Healthy Built Environment Alliance (HBEA)
Error related outcomes|Visibility|Stub
Factors influencing sleep for parents of critically ill hospitalized children: A qualitative analysis
Intensive and Critical Care Nursing
Issue 1, Volume 27, Pages 37-45
Stremler, R./Dhukai, Z./Wong, L./Parshuram, C.
Given the shift in pediatric hospitals toward family-centered care, many parents spend the night with their hospitalized child. For parents who are already challenged by their child’s health condition, sleep is important to sustain their physical and emotional health and their strength to cope with the illness event, support their child and other family members, participate in decision-making, and maintain relationships. A number of factors may affect quality and quantity of sleep for parents while their child is hospitalized, but these remain unexplored in the literature.
Lighting|Patient Satisfaction and Comfort|Sound
Acoustic Environment|Lighting (artificial and natural)|Room configuration and layout