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Article: The Role of Space in Patient’s Experience of an Emergency Department

Posted by Emma Nugent | 19 Feb 2018

Article: The Role of Space in Patient’s Experience of an Emergency Department

Attending the emergency department can be an unusual experience for attendees; what is happening next? is this staff member coming to see me?
This study by Annemans and colleagues, 2017, provides an insight into how the physical structure of the emergency department impacts on the patient’s experience within the department.
To find out more, click on the link below:
Role of Space in Patient’s Experience of an ED

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