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Professional Licensure: Massachusetts, New York State, and Georgia, NCARB; a memeber of the AIA (the American Institute of Architects)
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Professional Licensure: Massachusetts, New York State, and Georgia, NCARB; a member of the AIA (the American Institute of Architects)
 
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'''WEST Artifact Assignment'''
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'''ER Homework #1'''
  
[[Assignment]]
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1) What is in an ED you wrote in class?
  
'''WEST Project presentation'''
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- the major issue of ED is how to pay more attention/care to patients physically and mentally as well as how to release the pressure/anxiety of patients, patients' family and friends when they are waiting. People are really scared there.
  
[[Media:Project presentation.pdf|project presentation]]
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2) What have you learned today?
  
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- the first-hand ER experience from related professionals.
  
'''CDC-08 Project Ideas'''
 
  
[[Project Ideas]]
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'''ER Field Trip Note'''
  
'''CDC-08 Project proposal'''
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1) Registration Process
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- ''Checking in; Circulation paths of  patients; Security''
  
[[Media:Project Proposal.pdf|project proposal]]
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2) Waiting Process
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- ''Waiting order; Waiting time; Re-check; View of waiting room; Decision for accepting patients''
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3) Triage
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- ''Function; # of nurse for a triage''
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4) Layout of ER
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- ''People flow; Adjacency of rooms (radiology, reception, triage, etc.); Security''
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5) Express care
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- ''Exam room; Ambulance entry''
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6) CDU
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- ''Observation/re-evaluation/decision; Room size/room design (patient bed, sink, equipment, seating, etc.)''
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7) Nurse’s concerns
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- ''Daily activities; Care for patients; Computer network; More access to patient care; More education for patients; Utilization of space; Workspace design''

Latest revision as of 04:45, 10 September 2008

Name: Chung-Lun Kuo

I am a first year Phd student at COA

Contact address: kuocl@hotmail.com; ckuo6@gatech.edu


Education:

University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan: Master of Architecture, Master of Science in Architecture

Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois: Master of Project Management (Construction Management in Civil Engineering)

National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan : Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering


Work History:

Richard Meier & Partners Architects, New York, NY (2004~2007)

Kallmann Mckinnell & Wood Architects, Boston, MA (2001~2004)

Polshek Partnership Architects, New York, NY (2000~2001)


Professional Licensure: Massachusetts, New York State, and Georgia, NCARB; a member of the AIA (the American Institute of Architects)


ER Homework #1

1) What is in an ED you wrote in class?

- the major issue of ED is how to pay more attention/care to patients physically and mentally as well as how to release the pressure/anxiety of patients, patients' family and friends when they are waiting. People are really scared there.

2) What have you learned today?

- the first-hand ER experience from related professionals.


ER Field Trip Note

1) Registration Process - Checking in; Circulation paths of patients; Security

2) Waiting Process - Waiting order; Waiting time; Re-check; View of waiting room; Decision for accepting patients

3) Triage - Function; # of nurse for a triage

4) Layout of ER - People flow; Adjacency of rooms (radiology, reception, triage, etc.); Security

5) Express care - Exam room; Ambulance entry

6) CDU - Observation/re-evaluation/decision; Room size/room design (patient bed, sink, equipment, seating, etc.)

7) Nurse’s concerns - Daily activities; Care for patients; Computer network; More access to patient care; More education for patients; Utilization of space; Workspace design