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高齢社会における芸術の役割|The Role of Arts and Our Aging Societies
ヘルスケアの建築と庭園 : WWWサーバ | Healthcare Architecture and GardensーLinks
一般社団法人日本医療福祉建築協会 英文名称 JAPAN INSTITUTE OF HEALTHCARE ARCHITECTURE
American College of Healthcare Architects
Dedicated to Creating Better Facilities so your Patients Receive Better Care--The American College of Healthcare Architects provides
Board Certification for Architects who practice as healthcare specialists. Our membership includes healthcare architects throughout
the United States and Canada with specialized skills and proven expertise.
Texas A&M University's Center for Health Systems & Design
The Center for Health Systems & Design is a creation of the Colleges of Architecture and Medicine at Texas A&M University intended to promote research,
innovation and communication in an interdisciplinary program that focuses on evidence-based health facility planning and design.
Website awaiting further development.
Dr. Roger Ulrich is Professor of Architecture at Texas A&M University and a faculty fellow of the Center for Health Systems & Design,
an interdisciplinary center housed jointly in the colleges of Architecture and Medicine.
A behavioral scientist, he is a pioneer in healthcare architecture who conducts research on the effects of healthcare facilities on medical outcomes. His more recent papers
"The effect of Healthcare Architecture and Art on Medical Outcomes" (2003)
and "Essay Evidence-based Healthcare Architecture"(Lancet 2006),
See also his pioneering paper that changed the way hospitals are designed--
(all available in pdf files online.)
The International Academy for Design and Health
The International Academy for Design & Health is a global, interdisciplinary knowledge community dedicated to the stimulation
and application of research concerning the interaction between design, health, science & culture.
Includes a comprehensive selection of over 100 Research Papers and Articles in pdf format.
Center for Health Design
"We envision a world where every hospital, health clinic, treatment center, doctor’s office, and residential care facility is designed to improve
both the quality of care and outcomes for patients, residents, and staff."
Roger S. Ulrich,Craig Zimring, PhD, Xuemei Zhu, Jennifer DuBose, MS, Hyun-Bo Seo, Young-Seon Choi, Xiaobo Quan, Anjali Joseph
"A Review of the Research Literature on Evidence-Based Healthcare Design," Healthcare Leadership White Paper Series 5 of 5
Georgia Institute of Technology & The Center for Health Design, 2008
This paper was originally published in the spring 2008 issue of HERD (Health Environments Research and Design Journal), Vol. 1, No. 3.
(For more information about HERD, visit the Web Site at www.herdjournal.com)
Conclusions: The state of knowledge of evidence based healthcare design has grown rapidly in recent years. Reviews approximately 450 rigorous research articles. The evidence indicates
that well-designed physical settings play an important role in making hospitals safer and more healing for patients and better places for staff to work. With extensive 16 page bibliography.
This report is an updated and expanded version of a 2004 report, “The Role of the Physical Environment in the Hospital of the 21st Century” (Ulrich, Zimring,
Quan, Joseph, & Choudhary, 2004).
Aesthetics, Inc. Bringing Harmony, Balance and Beauty to the Built Environment
Since 1980, Aesthetics, Inc. has transformed built environments and created healing experiences using evidence-based, patient-centered, and holistic design principles.
Although the primary focus is healthcare, Aesthetics, Inc. is unique in offering multidisciplinary systems and strategies for wayfinding
programs, interior architectural design, regional arts programs, and interpretive displays in other areas as well.
The Health Environments Research and Design Journal (HERD) is an interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal whose mission is to enhance the knowledge and practice
of evidence-based healthcare design by disseminating research findings, discussing issues and trends, and translating research to practice.
Transforming the Healthcare Experience Through the Arts. Blair L. Sadler and Annette Ridenour (2009). San Diego, CA: Aesthetics, Inc. 226 pages. ISBN: 0984232605
The arts in healthcare represent a diverse, multidisciplinary field dedicated to transforming the healthcare experience by connecting people with the power of the arts
at key moments in their lives (Society for the Arts in Healthcare, State of the Field Committee, 2009). Over the past 3 decades, a convergence of interests-among
artists to bring their art to healthcare settings, among patients and staff to experience the presence of the arts, and among healthcare institutions to utilize
the arts-has spurred the emergence of the arts in healthcare as a field (Pratt, 2003).
Healing Garden Society | Swedish Covenant Hospital Foundation
"In 2008, Swedish Covenant Hospital unveiled plans to build its first healing garden under the auspices of the Donna LaPietra and Bill Kurtis Healing Garden Society.
The garden was designed by renowned landscape architect Maria Smithburg to create a sense of well-being for our patients, their families and the entire
Swedish Covenant Hospital community. This magnificent garden will stimulate the imagination while nurturing the soul of all who enter this natural healing space."
Therapeutic Landscapes Network
"The Therapeutic Landscapes Network is a knowledge base and gathering space about healing gardens, restorative landscapes, and other green spaces that promote health
and well-being. We are an international, multidisciplinary community of designers, health and human service providers, scholars, and gardeners. Though our focus is
broad, our primary emphasis is on evidence-based design in healthcare settings."
高齢社会における芸術の役割 : WWWサーバ |The Role of the Arts and Our Aging Societies : Links