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by Barbara J. Huelat,Sharon T. Pochron,PhD,Patricia Raimondeau

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ISBN:
0966854535
Author:
Barbara J. Huelat,Sharon T. Pochron,PhD,Patricia Raimondeau
Language:
English
Publisher:
Medezyn; 1st edition (October 25, 2007)
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309 pages
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Overview: Healing Environments What s the Proof? Americans believe when they become sick, diseased or injured. Barbara Huelat is a leading pioneer in healing environments. My advise for now :Take two looks at the sunset; and call me after you read this book.

Overview: Healing Environments What s the Proof? Americans believe when they become sick, diseased or injured. -Michael P. Pietrzak, MD Lead Scientiest, Project ER One. "Evidence-based knowledge gives users a competitive edge in making policy, clinical administrative and construction decisions that improve personal and public health.

Can it be proved? Healing Overview: Healing Environments What's the Proof? Americans believe when they become sick, diseased or injured, they need medical attention to be cured. We have long associated curing with healing; believing that to be cured is to be healed. Evidence-based design proves the value of healing environments.

Barbara J. Huelat is the author of Healing Environments Design for the . See if your friends have read any of Barbara J. Huelat's books. Patricia Raimondeau (Illustrator)

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We seek nature, especially when we don't feel well

The Wisdom of Biophilia-Nature in Healing Environments. Abstract Biophilia is defined as a love of the living world. We seek nature, especially when we don't feel well. Nature can calm us with a beautiful sunset or invigorate us with a spring rain.

The Healing of America: A Global Quest for Better, Cheaper, and Fairer Health Care is a New York Times bestseller from journalist T. R. Reid. Reid draws contrasts between health care systems in a half-a-dozen wealthy nations with the health care models followed in the United States, in a straightforward, easy to read narrative. The countries whose systems are discussed are: France, Germany, Japan, the United Kingdom, Canada and a specific example from India.

More by Barbara J. Huelat.

Huelat, Barbara (2003). Healing Environments: Design For the Body, Mind & Spirit. Healing Environments: What's the Proof? Alexandria and Arlington, VA: Medezyn and Peecapress. Alexandria and Arlington, VA: Medezyn and Peecapress. Huelat, Barbara (2007).

Overview: Healing Environments What s the Proof? Americans believe when they become sick, diseased or injured, they need medical attention to be cured. We have long associated curing with healing; believing that to be cured is to be healed. It is our expectation that medical facilities are healing environments. However, are they? Can a place heal? Can it be proved? Healing environments, continue to be defined and with new qualities including safety, security, accessibility, sustainable and now evidence-based design . Evidence-based design has become the new design tool of choice. Barriers can be mitigated, allowing elements such as better lighting, art programs and even water features to be specified with evidence that these amenities can actually improve patient outcomes, and even reduce operating costs. Evidence-based design proves the value of healing environments. The goal of this book is define the characteristics of a healing environment suggesting ten essential components: place, change, people, comfort, senses, knowledge, empowerment, biophilia, spirit and experience. Secondly, observe these elements within their natural setting. Third, view humanity s natural ability to heal. Fourth, inquire and act upon supporting evidence. And fifth, engage in the transformational model of healing through the experience. In addition, Dr. Wan contributing author adds the final chapter summarizing the current research in evidence-based design. Evidence-based design, like evidence-based medicine has the power to move design to a new level of understanding and value. This book provides defining evidence that supports the latest scientific proof regarding the power of healing environments.