HEALTH + WELLNESS


  Personalized Learning, Personalized Place Funds: ASID Foundation’s Transform Grant, Herman Miller, and HKS Inc. Collaborators: Dallas Independent School District, Herman Miller, Sally Augustine  Location: Dallas, TX

 

Personalized Learning, Personalized Place

Funds: ASID Foundation’s Transform Grant, Herman Miller, and HKS Inc.

Collaborators: Dallas Independent School District, Herman Miller, Sally Augustine 

Location: Dallas, TX

  Point-of-Decision Design (PODD) to Support Healthy Behaviors in the College Campuses Funds: AIA Upjohn Research Grant, Patcraft, DuPont, McCarthy, and HKS Inc. Collaborators: Designing4health Location: Not Applicable

 

Point-of-Decision Design (PODD) to Support Healthy Behaviors in the College Campuses

Funds: AIA Upjohn Research Grant, Patcraft, DuPont, McCarthy, and HKS Inc.

Collaborators: Designing4health

Location: Not Applicable

  Report will be Released Soon... Workplace Well-being: The Influence of Personality and Environmental Choices in the Workplace Funds: HKS Inc. Collaborators: Not Applicable Location: Nationwide panel survey   

 

Report will be Released Soon...

Workplace Well-being: The Influence of Personality and Environmental Choices in the Workplace

Funds: HKS Inc.

Collaborators: Not Applicable

Location: Nationwide panel survey 

 

  Clinic 20XX: Designing for an Ever-Changing Present Funds: JE Dunn Construction and HKS Inc. Collaborators: Intermountain Health Systems, Adelante Health Care, Five Forks Family Medicine (see full report for the complete list of collaborators)  Location: Nationwide panel survey and three ambulatory clinics in the US

 

Clinic 20XX: Designing for an Ever-Changing Present

Funds: JE Dunn Construction and HKS Inc.

Collaborators: Intermountain Health Systems, Adelante Health Care, Five Forks Family Medicine (see full report for the complete list of collaborators) 

Location: Nationwide panel survey and three ambulatory clinics in the US

  Identifying and Examining Micro Physical Environment Factors Contributing to Patient Falls (Texas Tech University Project) Funds: National Patient Safety Foundation Research Grant Collaborators: CADRE Location: Covenant Medical Center, Lubbock, TX and Human-Centric Design Research (HCDR) Lab of Department of Mechanical Engineering (ME) at Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX 

 

Identifying and Examining Micro Physical Environment Factors Contributing to Patient Falls (Texas Tech University Project)

Funds: National Patient Safety Foundation Research Grant

Collaborators: CADRE

Location: Covenant Medical Center, Lubbock, TX and Human-Centric Design Research (HCDR) Lab of Department of Mechanical Engineering (ME) at Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX 

  Environmental Correlates of Efficiency and Safety in Emergency Departments Funds: Academy of Architecture for Health Foundation (AAHF) Research Grant and Herman Miller Grant Collaborators: Herman Miller and Synurgy Healthcare Solutions Location: Four emergency departments in large US hospitals

 

Environmental Correlates of Efficiency and Safety in Emergency Departments

Funds: Academy of Architecture for Health Foundation (AAHF) Research Grant and Herman Miller Grant

Collaborators: Herman Miller and Synurgy Healthcare Solutions

Location: Four emergency departments in large US hospitals

  Patient Room Handedness: An Empirical Examination Funds: Academy of Architecture for Health Foundation (AAHF) Research Grant and Herman Miller Grant Collaborators: School of Nursing, University of Texas, Arlington, TX Location: Smart HospitalTM, University of Texas, Arlington, TX

 

Patient Room Handedness: An Empirical Examination

Funds: Academy of Architecture for Health Foundation (AAHF) Research Grant and Herman Miller Grant

Collaborators: School of Nursing, University of Texas, Arlington, TX

Location: Smart HospitalTM, University of Texas, Arlington, TX

  A Multi-Dimensional Comparative Assessment of Headwall Versus Ceiling Booms in Intensive Care Units Funds: Getinge USA Grant Collaborators: University of Texas Southwestern Location: Children's Medical Center, Dallas, TX

 

A Multi-Dimensional Comparative Assessment of Headwall Versus Ceiling Booms in Intensive Care Units

Funds: Getinge USA Grant

Collaborators: University of Texas Southwestern

Location: Children's Medical Center, Dallas, TX