Select Criteria: Tracks = Advancements in Evidence-Based Design Research

Sunday, November 03, 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM

  • Session Number:E01
This presentation clarifies how visibility as a design factor may enhance security in community hospital emergency departments (EDs). The ED is a high-risk workplace where staff are exposed to verbal and physical violence. The design layout in general, and visibility in particular, have been found to be important by previous... ...read more...
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Arsalan Gharaveis Ph.D, MARC, Assoc. AIA, EDAC
Healthcare Planner and Researcher
HDR
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Debajyoti Pati PhD, FIIA, IDEC, LEED AP
Professor and Rockwell Endowment Chair
Texas Tech University
Speaker/Presenter
Kirk Hamilton PhD, FAIA, FACHA, EDAC
Beale Professor of Health Facility Design
Texas A&M University
Speaker/Presenter
Mardelle Shepley Professor, Cornell University
Dr.
Cornell University
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  • Educational Programs

Sunday, November 03, 10:45 AM - 11:45 AM

  • Session Number:E11
The trend of designing decentralized nurses’ stations is hypothesized to increase nurse time at the bedside and improve quality of care. However, little is known about the impact of decentralization on communication and teamwork. As part of a post-occupancy study at the new Parkland Hospital, one objective was to understand... ...read more...
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Jackline Opollo
Parkland Health & Hospital System
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JULIET ROGERS
PRESIDENT/CEO
Blue Cottage Consulting
Speaker/Presenter
Minakshi Raj MPH
University of Michigan
Speaker/Presenter
Renae Rich MS, EDAC
Research Analyst
HDR
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  • Educational Programs

Sunday, November 03, 1:45 PM - 2:45 PM

  • Session Number:E21
The purpose of this research study was to conduct a multiple method pre- and post-occupancy evaluation of an academic medical center’s new NICU. The prior unit was an open bay floor plan. The new 70-bed NICU at the center has six pods of approximately 12 single family rooms in each.... ...read more...
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Speaker/Presenter
Andrea Wilkerson Wilkerson
PhD, LC
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
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JENNIFER CHRISTMANN
DIRECTOR OF FACILITIES AND PLANNING
University of KY HealthCare
Speaker/Presenter
Rebecca Kleinbaum Sanders AIA, NCARB
Vice President
HGA
Speaker/Presenter
Terri Zborowsky PhD, EDAC
Design Researcher
HGA
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  • Educational Programs

Sunday, November 03, 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM

  • Session Number:E31
A post-occupancy evaluation of more than 2,000 Cleveland Clinic inpatient facility patients was a first step toward an understanding of design’s impact across the inpatient facility portfolio. This presentation will report on results from a further study of 664 inpatients who experienced overnight stays in a private patient room within... ...read more...
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Speaker/Presenter
James Crispino AIA, NCARB
Director of Health & Wellness
Gensler
Speaker/Presenter
Michelle Gandolf BBA, MA
DIrector of Market Research & Insights
Cleveland Clinic
Speaker/Presenter
NICHOLAS WATKINS
Performance Analytics Manager
Gensler
Speaker/Presenter
Richard Tyson
Gensler
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  • Educational Programs

Monday, November 04, 9:45 AM - 10:45 AM

  • Session Number:E41
With more pediatric surgical procedures being conducted each year within the outpatient care environment, it is imperative that the design of these facilities supports the physiological and psychological needs of both the children who experience those procedures and their caregivers. Utilizing non-invasive devices and a web-based photo questionnaire developed using... ...read more...
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Anjali Joseph Ph.D., EDAC
Director, Center for Health Facilities Design and Testing; Associate Professor, School of Architecture
Clemson University Architecture + Health, The Center for Health Facilities Design and Testing
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Deborah Wingler MDS-HHE, EDAC
Graduate Research Assistant
Clemson University Architecture + Health, The Center for Health Facilities Design and Testing
Speaker/Presenter
LYNN MARTIN
Seattle Children’s Hospital, University of Washington School of Medicine
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  • Educational Programs

Monday, November 04, 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM

  • Session Number:E51
Diffusing environmental innovations within complex healthcare organizations like the Veterans Health System requires strong collaboration between designers, researchers, and medical staff. As part of an innovation initiative, the Veterans Health System has provided behavioral health therapy in the form of multisensory environments nationwide since 2010. The purpose of this study... ...read more...
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Lesa Lorusso PhD, MBA, MSArch, NCIDQ
Healthcare Director of Research & Innovation
Gresham Smith
Speaker/Presenter
Nam-Kyu Park PhD
Associate Professor and Graduate Coordinator
University of Florida
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Ron Shorr MD, MS
Director Geriatric Research Education and Clinical Center, Research Professor
Veterans Health System and University of Florida
Speaker/Presenter
Sheila Bosch PhD, EDAC, LEED AP
Dr.
University of Florida
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  • Educational Programs

Monday, November 04, 4:45 PM - 5:45 PM

  • Session Number:E61
While many cancer centers suggest treating pain and anxiety with medication, few include the usage of virtual reality (VR). This study sought to determine if nature-inspired VR reduced stress and pain among patients in a cancer treatment center. Using a repeated measures design, 50 patients attending their chemotherapy infusion were... ...read more...
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Diana Scates MFA in Design Thinking, Radford University and Bac
Creative Strategist and Researcher
R. Well LLC
Speaker/Presenter
Holly Cline PhD in Interior Design and Housing from Virginia T
Department Chair for the Department Design and the online MFA in Design Thinking.
Radford University
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Joan Dickinson Ph.D. from Texas Tech University and a bachelor’s
Professor of Interior Design and Coordinator of the MFA in Design Thinking at Radford University
Radford University
Speaker/Presenter
Kathleen Sullivan Advanced degrees in Art, Art History, and Interior
Associate Professor of the MFA in Design Thinking at Radford University
Radford University
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  • Educational Programs

Tuesday, November 05, 8:15 AM - 9:15 AM

  • Session Number:E71
Being diagnosed with heart diseases such as myocardial infarction (MI) involves adverse health outcomes that can lead to prolonged hospital stays. Although evidence indicates that the presence of daylight and views can improve these adverse outcomes, studies have not differentiated the impact of daylight from views on post-MI patients’ recovery.... ...read more...
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Speaker/Presenter
Andrea Franks Franks
MSN, RN, CCRN-K
AnMed Health
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Anjali Joseph Ph.D., EDAC
Director, Center for Health Facilities Design and Testing; Associate Professor, School of Architecture
Clemson University Architecture + Health, The Center for Health Facilities Design and Testing
Speaker/Presenter
ROXANA JAFARIFIROOZABADI
Clemson University Architecture + Health, The Center for Health Facilities Design and Testing
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Tuesday, November 05, 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM

  • Session Number:E79
“Flexibility” is a buzz word today, but one full of both promise and confusion. As diverse stakeholders seek flexibility, many are asking: What exactly does flexibility mean? How does the desire for flexibility influence design? And is flexibility a real advantage? This session will delve into the results of a... ...read more...
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Speaker/Presenter
Michelle Ossmann Ph.D., MSN
Director, Health Environments
Steelcase Health
Speaker/Presenter
Teresa Neely MBA, BSN, RN
Senior Vice President, Chief Ambulatory Officer, Chief Nursing Officer, Ambulatory
UW Health
Speaker/Presenter
Upali Nanda PHD, ASSOC AIA, EDAC, ACHE
Associate Principal and Senior Vice President | Director of Research
HKS Inc
Speaker/Presenter
Whitney Fussel AIA
Vice President, Director Health
HKS Inc
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  • Educational Programs

Tuesday, November 05, 1:15 PM - 2:15 PM

  • Session Number:E87
This comparative multisite, multi-methodological design study illustrates outpatient clinic staff insights into two different designs—linear and onstage/offstage—related to design, communication, teamwork, collaboration, and patient care outcomes. An interdisciplinary research team from design and communication utilized a multi-methodological approach to this evidence-based design project. Presenters will provide detailed qualitative insights from... ...read more...
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Speaker/Presenter
KEVIN REAL
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR
University of Kentucky
Speaker/Presenter
Miyoung Hong Ph.D., EDAC, NCIDQ, LEED AP BD+C, WELL AP, Assista
Assistant Professor
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
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  • Educational Programs

Tuesday, November 05, 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM

  • Session Number:E95
The courtyard of the acute mental health facility is simultaneously the heart of the ward and the most contested space. The design and spatial qualities of these courtyards are currently not conducive to the recovery and promotion of well-being that is required of this healthcare setting. This presentation will improve... ...read more...
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Speaker/Presenter
Jessie Wrigglesworth
Research assistant with TRDE, in association with Victoria University of Wellington
Victoria University of Wellington
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