Monthly Archives: August 2017

  • Addressing the Needs of Family in Patient Room Design

    It’s safe to assume that anywhere from 1-25 people are impacted when a person is hospitalized. Those people could be parents, siblings, a spouse, children, adult children, other relatives, co-workers, employees, neighbors, and more. So, it makes sense that healthcare professionals talk about practicing patient- and family-centered care. And there is more to consider. Patients

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  • Moms, Babies, and the Physical Environment Where They Meet

    In all cases, the physical environment into which an infant is born can either promote or hinder growth, wellness, and development. Stress in the mother transfers to stress in the infant. Studies that were done to understand the developmental issues of pre- and full-term infants were published in the annals of neonatal research in the

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