Stahlberg, Palmquist, and Nordin have learned that people with irritable bowel syndrome are also likely to have environmental sensitivities; their findings should inform the development of gastrointestinal clinics and similar spaces where concentrations of people with irritable bowel syndrome are more likely to be found.
In EDs, co-worker visibility is desirable
Six features identified
The Center for Health Design is making available, at the website noted below, a collection of tools that can be used to enhance safety at an assortment of healthcare facilities.
Making a difficult time better for all
The organizers of European Healthcare Design 2018 are making available at the website noted below, free of charge, the final program from their recent London conference.
Mason. Zee, Grimaldi, Reid, and Malkani’s research confirms that being in a space that has much light in it at night can be bad for our health.
Research completed by Petrilli, Chopra, Saint, Kuhn, Snyder, Jennings, and Carusoindicates that the clothing worn by healthcare professionals influences the impressions people form of them—it seems probable that what the Petrilli team learned applies to other professionals and also to impressions formed via workplace design.
Culture-blind design is not a good idea
Opportunities to control experience are important