The Center for Health Design is providing free, at the web address noted below, an interactive rendering highlighting key research that can be applied during the design of treatment rooms in emergency departments. As noted on the website on which the diagram appears, “Two goals are often at the center of current care models for mental or behavioral health: safety and healing. In the Emergency Department, design has traditionally focused on safety for both patients and staff through checklists for ligature-resistance. Newer approaches place a strong emphasis on healing, as well, resulting in a therapeutic approach for a more flexible use of a Treatment Room. Each organization will need to balance priorities to meet specific performance standards and anticipated patient acuity to establish an appropriate solution. Some organizations may decide on a universal approach - the design must be flexible enough to accommodate a range of patient acuity, including those who may be experiencing behavioral or mental health issues. Generally, the evidence base for design of the Therapeutic ED Treatment Room focuses on deinstitutionalized design aesthetic that provides a sense of being both welcoming and safe.” A chart at the website noted below provides information on design elements tied to the rendering (i.e., layout-within room, layout-room location, flooring, walls, ceiling, windows, doors, plumbing/sink/alcohol gel dispenser, HVAC, electrical, lighting, furniture, casework/storage, and technology/internet communication/monitoring equipment) such as related specific desirable outcomes (for example, minimizing stigma or patient stress/anxiety), design strategies, and pertinent references.