Submitted as a chapter for “Designing Hospitals of the Future” edited by G. D. Kunders, Planning Hospitals of the Future is a guide for future healthcare planners and architects. Over the last 60 years, there have been recurring trends in thinking about the planning and design of hospital facilities, which seem to go through cycles. Specialty hospitals, new standards for patient rooms, ideas for efficient nursing unit planning, and design for healing environments; all have been the subject of architectural thinking in the past and then interest has subsided; but all will certainly be back again.
This document provides guidance consistent with the spirit and intent of AACSB Accreditation Standards on the use and deployment of “academically qualified” (AQ) faculty. It is based on experiences of peer review teams, feedback from accreditation committees, and significant discussions at AACSB conferences and seminars. This document should not be viewed as a change to the standards, but it is intended to facilitate additional dialogue on the deployment of AQ faculty consistent with the spirit and intent of the standards as adopted in 2003.
This site contains the full text of more than 300 articles, 8 monographs, 30+ recovery tools, 9 book chapters, 3 books, and links to an additional 17 books written by William White and co-authors over the past four decades as well as more than 100 interviews with addiction treatment and recovery leaders. The purpose of this site is to create a single location where such material may be located by those interested in the history of addiction treatment and recovery in the United States. Those papers selected for inclusion contain all of the articles and monographs authored by William White on the new recovery advocacy movement, recovery management and recovery-oriented systems of care. It is hoped that this resource library will serve present and future generations of addiction professionals, recovery coaches and recovery advocates.