dr inż. arch. Rafał Janowicz
Interdisciplinary Design Teams in Poland - Architecture as a Tool for Preventing Hospital-Acquired Infections
Hospital-acquired infections pose a problem, which directly affects the safe usage of healthcare facilities. On a global scale, the level of hospital-acquired infections (HAI) is estimated to affect 5–15% of those hospitalised. The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that, on an annual basis, procedures preventing hospital-acquired infections consume 80 billion dollars . In this context, it becomes important to create...
Case studies enable students to encounter practical issues during their education. Experiments conducted in class employing this method often feature simplified models of real-world situations. However, they still enable students to encounter actual problems, to which theoretical knowledge is applied. In architectural education, students carrying out semester projects usually rely on data provided by the teacher, without wondering...
The architecture of a hospital should be a response to strong user requirements. Recommendations on how to shape the environment of such facilities are highly complex, integrating guidelines from many fields of science. If contradictions between them exist, the designer is required to set priorities for spatial activities. This issue is particularly important during architectural education. The learning process should include projects...
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