A5: Healthcare Environment

EDRA

#9125911

Thursday, June 1, 2017
8 a.m. - 10 a.m. CDT

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Overview

 This session will look at the many ways that design impact hospitals and patient rooms.  The first part of the session will look at the location of interactions among individuals with different roles: namely, at where doctors and other healthcare staff talk with one another in hospital inpatient units. The second part of the session will examine the influence of visibility on teamwork, collaborative communication, and security in emergency departments.  The third part will investigate age-appropriate design attributes and examine the relationships between adolescents’ preferences and cultural backgrounds. The final part will examine a literature review that explores the stresses associated with the ambulatory surgical experience for children and their parents, as well as the coping strategies leveraged by each, extending equal regard to both the child and parent perspectives.

Speakers

Chan Ohk Oh

Chan Ohk Oh is an expert on cross-cultural studies on adolescents environmental preferences on patient rooms : Korean and American adolescent patients Read More

Eun Young Kim

PhD: Korea University, Cell & Molecular Biology (1997) Postdoctoral Fellowship: Stanford University (2001) Postdoctoral Fellowship: Northwestern University/Feinberg School of Medicine (2002) Postdoctoral Fellowship: Northwestern University, Nanoscale Science and Engineering Center (2010) Read More

Julie Brand Zook

Julie Brand Zook is an assistant professor at Texas Tech University. Read More

Deborah Wingler

HOMEABOUTPROJECTSPEOPLECONTACT Deborah Wingler Deborah is a Doctoral student at Clemson University in the Healthcare + Architecture Department. In her current role as President of Healing Design Integration, Deborah designs and develops patient centered outcomes research studies within ambulatory care settings that gain insight into the patient experience and asses operational efficiencies ... Read More

Mardelle McCuskey Shepley

Dr. Mardelle McCuskey Shepley, B.A., M.Arch., M.A., D.Arch., is a professor at Cornell University in the Department of Design and Environmental Analysis and Associate Director in the Cornell Institute for Health Futures. Previously she served a professor at Texas A&M University (TAMU) and was director ... Read More

Kirk Hamilton

Kirk Hamilton is a Fellow and Associate Director of the Center for Health Systems & Design and Professor of Architecture at Texas A&M University in College Station, TX, where his research area is the relationship of evidence-based design of health facilities and measurable organizational performance. He is also a Founding ... Read More

Debajyoti Pati

Dr. Debajyoti Pati has over 26 years of experience in research, practice, and teaching in the United States, Canada, and India. He earned his doctoral degree from the Georgia Institute of Technology. He has published widely on performance based design in the healthcare and criminal justice sectors, in the form ... Read More

Arsalan Gharaveis

MARC, FIIA, EDAC, Healthcare Planner/Researcher at Texas A&M University Read More

Erin Peavey Hsieh

Erin is a passionate advocate for improving healthcare environments. Trained as an architect and design researcher, she is pursuing her PhD in Nursing and Health Innovation at Arizona State University to bridge design and patient care. Her research findings on healthcare environments and other settings have been published in Health ... Read More

Contact Info

Julia Renner, juliar@ewald.com