• AEC Curriculum

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  • What We Thought What We Got

    Angela Mazzi

    Are architects social engineers? Inherent in design is the assumption that we know how people should use space. However, observation of any finished project shows that human behavior does not follow the neat categories we assume in design.

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  • High Volume Healthcare as a Livable Environment: Strategies from the ED

    Angela Mazzi

    High volume Emergency Departments can be chaotic environments that are very stressful for patients, families, and staff. There are several challenges that such a department faces: reducing wait times, providing a supportive and efficient work environment for staff, and maintaining a safe and secure environment. This paper recommends evidence-based strategies to improve the patient experience by promoting flow, quality of care, safety, and security.

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  • Mazzi to Present at AIA National Convention

    Angela Mazzi

    Several members of the GBBN Team have been selected to present at this year's AIA National Convention in Chicago. Angela Mazzi, Architect and Medical Planner, will present "Quality Design Isn't Skin Deep, Evidence Unlocks the Key" sharing more about the research behind strong design. The conference will start this Thursday, June 26 and go through Saturday, June 28. To learn more about the conference and view the presentations,click here.

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  • Angela Mazzi Shares Insight on Evidence Based Design in Webinar

    Angela Mazzi

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  • Using Evidence-Based Design to Advance the Healthcare Narrative

    Angela Mazzi

    Featured in Healthcare Design Magazine, Angela Mazzi and Erin Schmidt describe how evidence-based design can impact the healthcare environment.

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  • Jim Harrell and Angela Mazzi published in Academy of Architecture for Health Journal

    Angela Mazzi

    Angela Mazzi, AIA, ACHA, EDAC was published in an article on the Evolution of Emergency Departments (ED) in the 2012 Academy Journal l AIA Academy of Architecture for Health.

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