Interior Design - May 2014

Q&A: Trends in healthcare interior design

Interior designer Carolyn BaRoss discusses the trends and advancements of modern healthcare interior design

5/30/2014


The origins of evidence-based design

A blog on the Healthcare Design website explores when the evidence-based design movement first began to find its footing

5/28/2014


Nurturing a multigenerational healthcare staff

In most workplaces, there are employees from the silent generation, baby boomers, Generation X and Generation Y

5/22/2014


Memory boxes fading in long-term care

Long-term care communities are moving away from using memory boxes as cuing tools for residents, according to an article on the Long-Term Living website

5/20/2014


Pediatric rehabilitation gym uses interactive design

Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center's Dutch-inspired rehab gym highlighted in the 'Last Detail' feature of Health Facilities Management magazine

5/16/2014


Facility design essential to therapy

Vermont psychiatric hospital transforms inpatient clinical areas into inviting and healing spaces, according to an article on the Healthcare Design website

5/14/2014


Murals brighten Bronx healthcare facility

New murals at a CenterLight Health Systems in-patient care facility highlight the best of the Bronx

5/9/2014


Hospice centers offer home away from home

Healthcare Design article says that population changes mean both the number and size of facilites are growing

5/8/2014


Designing for infection control

Blog on Healthcare Design website discusses how design can play a role in combating the epidemic of hospital-acquired infections

5/7/2014


Architecture and interior design can support wayfinding

Center for Health Design discusses how specific design choices effect wayfinding in health facilities

5/2/2014



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