Planning Medical Center Facilities is a review of the experience of one new medical school with a sampling of the unique features of others The point of view is that of a medical educator whose objective is to point out the enlarging role in education of university medical schools and the increasing emphasis in academic health centers on the delivery of patient care The long lead time required for the planning of a medical educational program and the special architectural solution to the problem of housing it, in the author s opinion, are not sufficiently appreciated In spite of the immediate shortage of federal funds, he argues, planning for new health centers to be built in the next decade should proceed now The problems of institutions vary, yet this book raises questions which must be considered and answered not only by all medical educators but also by their architects, engineers, administrators, and members of governing boards The philosophy behind the architectural solution achieved in the building may be of interest to students in a number of different professional schools The volume is thoroughly illustrated with plans and photographs....
|Title||:||Planning Medical Center Facilities for Education, Research and Public Service|
|Publisher||:||Pennsylvania State Univ Pr September 1, 1974|
|Number of Pages||:||196 pages|
|File Size||:||797 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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