Before renovation: 'fit' of environment to patients, staff studied.

J. Y. Greene, J. O. Shurling, D. B. Perry, J. J. Mamlin

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Abstract

Before undertaking a hospital or clinic renovation project, "expert" opinions are usually gathered from architects, administrators, trustees, etc., but what about the opinions of those who will be most directly affected--the staff and the patients? This article talks about a study, funded by the Regenstrief Institute, which investigated the benefits to be gained by asking questions of that often-ignored group.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)10-11, 26
JournalSouthern hospitals
Volume47
Issue number6
StatePublished - Nov 1979

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Greene, J. Y., Shurling, J. O., Perry, D. B., & Mamlin, J. J. (1979). Before renovation: 'fit' of environment to patients, staff studied. Southern hospitals, 47(6), 10-11, 26.

Before renovation : 'fit' of environment to patients, staff studied. / Greene, J. Y.; Shurling, J. O.; Perry, D. B.; Mamlin, J. J.

In: Southern hospitals, Vol. 47, No. 6, 11.1979, p. 10-11, 26.

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Greene, JY, Shurling, JO, Perry, DB & Mamlin, JJ 1979, 'Before renovation: 'fit' of environment to patients, staff studied.', Southern hospitals, vol. 47, no. 6, pp. 10-11, 26.
Greene, J. Y. ; Shurling, J. O. ; Perry, D. B. ; Mamlin, J. J. / Before renovation : 'fit' of environment to patients, staff studied. In: Southern hospitals. 1979 ; Vol. 47, No. 6. pp. 10-11, 26.
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