Successfully reported this slideshow.
We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime.
Kalina Vander Poel
THE ROLE OF A HEALING GARDEN 

IN A PEDIATRIC HOSPITAL
MArch Candidate 2016 

School of Architecture
SI...
Kalina Vander PoelUSE PATTERNS OF A HEALING GARDEN IN A PEDIATRIC HOSPITAL
WHO USES A HEALING GARDEN?
WHO FOR HOW LONG
38%...
Kalina Vander PoelUSE PATTERNS OF A HEALING GARDEN IN A PEDIATRIC HOSPITAL
RESEARCH METHODOLOGY & TIMELINE
Physiological
S...
0' 8' 16' 32' 64
Kalina Vander PoelUSE PATTERNS OF A HEALING GARDEN IN A PEDIATRIC HOSPITAL
43%
Providers
14%
Patients
50%...
0' 8' 16' 32' 64'
Kalina Vander PoelUSE PATTERNS OF A HEALING GARDEN IN A PEDIATRIC HOSPITAL
Day 1 Day 2 Day 3
Day 1
Day 2...
Kalina Vander PoelUSE PATTERNS OF A HEALING GARDEN IN A PEDIATRIC HOSPITAL
NEXT STEPS: Independent Study
600 buildings | 6...
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in …5
×

healing gardens in hospitals

sdfsf

  • Be the first to comment

healing gardens in hospitals

  1. 1. Kalina Vander Poel THE ROLE OF A HEALING GARDEN IN A PEDIATRIC HOSPITAL MArch Candidate 2016 School of Architecture SITE STUDY at RANDALL CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL
  2. 2. Kalina Vander PoelUSE PATTERNS OF A HEALING GARDEN IN A PEDIATRIC HOSPITAL WHO USES A HEALING GARDEN? WHO FOR HOW LONG 38% Providers 4% Patients 46% Visitors Exertion Active Stationary Children Most Frequent Activity: Play Visitor Most Frequent Activity: Sit & Talk Provider Most Frequent Activity: Sit & Talk 64% stayed <1 min. 15%: 1-5 min. 6%: 6-10 min. 6%:11-20 min. 7%: >20 min. ? WEATHER/CLIMATE USE
  3. 3. Kalina Vander PoelUSE PATTERNS OF A HEALING GARDEN IN A PEDIATRIC HOSPITAL RESEARCH METHODOLOGY & TIMELINE Physiological Survey & Interview Observation Methodology Determine measurements: #, type, length of stay, performance, frequency, etc Evaluate existing POEs methods Identify key areas of focus for Healing Gardens Visit #1 Visit #2 Visit #3 Climate/Weather JANUARY FEBRUARY MARCH ZGF ZGF ZGF ZGF ZGF ZGF ZGF ZGF Acquired HOBO Meters for Light & Occupancy Set HOBOs 1 2 3 4 1 2 HOSPITAL HOSPITAL HOSPITALHOSPITAL CONFERENCE TB TEST HOSPITAL HOSPITAL ZGF
  4. 4. 0' 8' 16' 32' 64 Kalina Vander PoelUSE PATTERNS OF A HEALING GARDEN IN A PEDIATRIC HOSPITAL 43% Providers 14% Patients 50% Visitors Exertion Active Stationary 9%: 16-20 min. 27%: 1-5 min. 9%:<1 min. 27%: 11-15 min. 27%: 6-10 min. RESULTS: Who uses RCH’s Healing Garden? Children Most Frequent Activity: Play Visitor Most Frequent Activity: Walk Provider Most Frequent Activity: Cell Phone
  5. 5. 0' 8' 16' 32' 64' Kalina Vander PoelUSE PATTERNS OF A HEALING GARDEN IN A PEDIATRIC HOSPITAL Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 RESULTS: Climate/Use Comparison LIGHT & TEMPERATURE BEHAVIOR MAPPING Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 OCCUPANCY: DOOR MONITOR
  6. 6. Kalina Vander PoelUSE PATTERNS OF A HEALING GARDEN IN A PEDIATRIC HOSPITAL NEXT STEPS: Independent Study 600 buildings | 65,000 (2012). OCCUPANT INDOOR ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY (IEQ) CENTER for the BUILT ENVIRONMENT 6 hospitals 2,000 (2014). INDEPENDENT RESEARCH BASED DEVELOPMENTS TYPICALLY: UNIVERSITIES (USA) 3,912 hospitals | 3,000,000 (2013). HOSPITAL CONSUMER ASSESSMENT OF HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS AND SYSTEMS DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES (USA) 103+ hospitals ? (2014). ACHIEVING EXCELLENCE DESIGN EVALUATION TOOLKIT (AEDET) NHS WALES SHARED SERVICES PARTNERSHIP (WALES) COLLABORATIVE INSTITUTIONAL TRAINING INITIATIVE (CITI PROGRAM) COURSEWORK REQUIREMENTS REPORT* * NOTE: Scores on this Requirements Report reflect quiz completions at the time all requirements for the course were met. See list below for details. See separate Transcript Report for more recent quiz scores, including those on optional (supplemental) course elements. •  Name: Kalina Vander Poel (ID: 3661144) •  Email: kalina.vanderpoel@msu.montana.edu •  Institution Affiliation: Montana State University (ID: 1096) •  Phone: 406.224.8220 •  Curriculum Group: Responsible Conduct of Research •  Course Learner Group: Humanities Responsible Conduct of Research Course •  Stage: Stage 1 - RCR •  Description: This course is for investigators, staff and students with an interest or focus in the humanities research. This course contains text, embedded case studies AND quizzes. •  Report ID: 10989777 •  Completion Date: 08/16/2013 •  Expiration Date: N/A •  Minimum Passing: 80 •  Reported Score*: 89 REQUIRED AND ELECTIVE MODULES ONLY DATE COMPLETED Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) Course Introduction 08/15/13 Introduction to the Responsible Conduct of Research Archived 1248 08/15/13 Research Misconduct (RCR-Humanities) 08/15/13 Data Management (RCR-Humanities) 08/15/13 Authorship (RCR-Humanities) 08/15/13 Peer Review (RCR-Humanities) 08/15/13 Mentoring (RCR-Interdisciplinary) 08/15/13 Conflicts of Interest (RCR-Humanities) 08/16/13 Collaborative Research (RCR-Humanities) 08/16/13 Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) Course Conclusion 08/16/13 For this Report to be valid, the learner identified above must have had a valid affiliation with the CITI Program subscribing institution identified above or have been a paid Independent Learner.  CITI Program Email: citisupport@miami.edu Phone: 305-243-7970 Web: https://www.citiprogram.org CLIMATE: CONT’D & ANALYSIS IRB TRAINING SURVEY

×