This research will enable practitioners, designers and hospital administrators to create purposefully designed and well-integrated hospital gardens globally, to further human, environmental and organisational health.
From Admission to Discharge: Designing Biophilic, Salutogenic and Eudemonic Hospital Spaces in a Post-pandemic World Professor Evonne Miller, Dr Lindy Burton and I took part in an online webinar that was put together by the European Union Health Property Network on 4 September 2020. The theme of the session was: Relocate, Repurpose, Reorganize – TheContinue reading “Healthcare responses to the challenge of a pandemic”
ORCID 0000-0003-0234-976X Design flexibility and adaptability inside hospitals Design flexibility inside a hospital building serves as an enabler for a health service to clinically progress. The definition of flexibility has, however, had a disparate response from various researchers and a lack of a universal understanding has led to a restricted over-arching view. This resulting level ofContinue reading “99 Ways to Flexible Hospital Design”
Can we improve the user design process for healthcare projects? jane Carthey shares her research with us.