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Designing for Health: Architecture, Art and Design at the James Cook Hospital, Middlesbrough

A research project of the Department of Anthropology, part of the Medical Anthropology research group.

Findings

Collins, P.J. and Kellett, P. 'At Home in Hospital? Competing
Constructions of Hospital Environments', forthcoming, Proceedings of the
19th IAPS/Bibliotheca Alexandrina International Conference.

Paediatric Dept Floor: James Cook University Hospital

Published Results

Report

  • Macnaughton, RJ, Collins, PJ, White, M, Elliott, K, Soukas, A, Purves, G, Kellett, P & Coleman, SM (2005). Designing for Health: Architecture, Art and Design at the James Cook University Hospital. Centre for Arts and Humanities in Health and Medicine. London, NHS Estates.

Chapter in book

  • Collins, P.J. (2007). The Construction of Place as Aesthetic-Therapeutic. In Therapeutic Landscapes: Advances and Applications. Williams, A. Aldershot: Ashgate. 349-366.

Staff

From the Department of Anthropology