Experience Design Modelling of the Relationship between Patient Recovery and Hospital Design in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
MetadataShow full item record
This study investigates the relationship between hospital design, development and operational stages and patient recovery in public hospitals in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. It examines environmental design issues in relation to stakeholders’ satisfaction by analysing events that support patient's healing and recovery as well as the effectiveness of care services. To achieve these, the study focuses on patient health recovery causations [that is, factors, requirements, needs and causes that influence patients’ health] and the roleplayed by the current design process in Saudi’s public hospitals.
Showing items related by title, author, creator and subject.
Frost, S.; Tam, V.; Alexandrou, Evan; Hunt, L.; Salamonson, Y.; Davidson, Patricia; Parr, M.; Hillman, K. (2010)Background: Readmission to intensive care during the same hospital stay has been associated with a greater risk of in-hospital mortality and has been suggested as a marker ofquality of care. There is lack of published ...
Cost effectiveness of patient education for the prevention of falls in hospital: economic evaluation from a randomized controlled trialHaines, T.; Hill, A.; Hill, Keith; Brauer, S.; Hoffman, T.; Etherton-Beer, C.; McPhail, S. (2013)Background: Falls are one of the most frequently occurring adverse events that impact upon the recovery of older hospital inpatients. Falls can threaten both immediate and longer-term health and independence. There is ...
Rees, Nancy Wylie (2000)Postoperative pain management is a major responsibility of nurses who provide care for patients recovering from surgery. In the postsurgical environment, the nurse has a pivotal role in assessing the patient with pain, ...