How might design of space-based sensorial experiences* help to create a better palliative care environment? OCAD University and Princess Margaret Hospital have agreed to initiate a pilot research project that will serve as a starting point to establish, develop and grow an academic research partnership. With this first research undertaking, the intention is to explore the relationship between sensorial experiences and end-of-life care. SFI Student Oksana Kachur is currently interviewing patients, their family and care givers.

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Saturday, June 23, 2012 - 6:45pm

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Saturday June 23rd, 2012
Image of traditional assisted care room, with overlaid venn diagram of nursing care, psychosocial, Physical Environment and Atmosphere.

How might design of space-based sensorial experiences* help to create a better palliative care environment? OCAD University and Princess Margaret Hospital have agreed to initiate a pilot research project that will serve as a starting point to establish, develop and grow an academic research partnership. With this first research undertaking, the intention is to explore the relationship between sensorial experiences and end-of-life care. SFI Student Oksana Kachur is currently interviewing patients, their family and care givers.

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