CITATIONS Evidence Based Design
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Joseph, A., & Fritz, L. Ceiling lifts reduce patient-handling injuries. Healthcare Design , 6, 10-13.
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Picciotto, I. (2009). The Rise of Autism and the Role of Age at Diagnosis. Epidemiology 20 (1), 84-90
Rollins, J. (2004). Evidence-based hospital design improves health care outcomes for patients,families and staff. Pediatric Nursing , 30 (4), 338.
Stichler, J., & Hamilton, K. Evidence-based design: What is it? Health Environments Research and Design , 1 (2), 3-4.
Ulrich, R. (1984). A view through a window may influence recovery from surgery. Science , 224 (4647), 420-421.
Ulrich, R., C. Zimring, X. Z., DuBose, J., H.Sco, Choi, Y., X.Quan, et al. (2008). A review of the scientific literature on evidence-based healthcare design. Healthcare Environments Research & Design Journal , 1 (3), 61-125.
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