Sağlık Kuruluşlarında Sürdürülebilirlik; Özel Sağlık Kuruluşlarında Bir Araştırma
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Sustainability, which is a multi-dimensional and popular concept today, has three dimensions that almost everyone agrees: environmental, economic and social dimensions. Due to the complex nature of the healthcare industry and the wide range of facilities, operations and activities of a typical healthcare provider, the overall social, economic and environmental impact created by the healthcare industry is enormous and closely related to the sustainable development. As in all other industries, it is also inevitable for the healthcare sector to take sustainability initiatives to the forefront. In this study, how sustainability and sustainable development can be adapted to the healthcare sector is described after definition of the concept is given. Some examples of sustainability understanding and initiatives that healthcare facilities may adopt are addressed and how quality dimensions can be used in this context is explained. And to this end, a research conducted in a hospital to contribute to improve healthcare infrastructure to create socially sustainable healthcare facilities is given as a case study at the end of this study. In the said case study, the researches suggest that evidence based design presents an adequate tool for analyzing existing and future design of healthcare facilities.
SourceSağlık Bilimleri Örnek Araştırmalar
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