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Principles, Problems, & Evidence. Team Lefthook: Michelle Williams-Davis Lu, Yi Ali Asmi. Principles. 1. Provide transparency of environment and processes to users 2. Provide flexibility in design of environment 3. Patient centered-design 4. Reduce staff stress

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Principles problems evidence

Principles, Problems, & Evidence

Team Lefthook:

Michelle Williams-Davis

Lu, Yi

Ali Asmi

MWD, LY


Principles

Principles

  • 1. Provide transparency of environment and processes to users

  • 2. Provide flexibility in design of environment

  • 3. Patient centered-design

  • 4. Reduce staff stress

  • 5. User friendly environment

MWD, LY


Problems

Problems

  • 1. The emergency department is unbelievable small and crowding. The visibility is limited by narrow hallways and many turns.

  • 2. HKS design team proposes to use single entrance to reduce users' confusing and walking distance between different departments. The proposed layout of the new hospital seems very complicated. Whether the new design works, we need more investigation.

MWD, LY


Problems1

Problems

  • 3. The entire hospital will move into the new site in one weekend and still remain operation. It will cause lots of wayfinding problem and the movement disorder.

  • 4. There are no real-time updated wayfinding aids in hospitals such as GPS/RFID.

  • 5. The siblings and other materials objects that the patient's family has when entering the hospital leads to space issues in the waiting areas and exam rooms.

MWD, LY


Evidence

Evidence

  • 1: People with virtual environmenttraining performance better than people without

    • Hunt, M. E. (1984)

    • Foreman, N., et al, (2005)

  • 2: The influence of degree of simplicity offloorplan

    • Best, G. A. (1967); Weisman, J. (1981); O'Neill, M. J. (1991)

    • Haq, S., & Zimring, C. (2003); Peponis, J., Zimring, C., & Choi, Y. K. (1990)

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Evidence1

Evidence

  • 3: Difference in spatial cognition/wayfinding ability between children and adults

    • Siegel, A. W., & White, S. H. (1975)

    • Allen, G. L. (1982)

    • Jansen-Osmann, et al, (2006, 2007)

  • 4: people navigating in virtual environment have similar spatial performance to people navigating in the equivalent real-world environment

    • ansen-Osmann, P., & Wiedenbauer, G. (2004)

    • Ruddle, R. A., & Lessells, S. (2006)

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Evidence2

Evidence

  • 5: Sound control and the design of workplace can reduce errors, increase effectiveness, and reduce staff turnover.

    • Joseph, Anjali & Ulrich, Roger (2007)

    • Joseph, Anjali. (2006)

MWD, LY


Questions

Questions?

MWD, LY


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