Mental & Behavioral Health Design: Insights from 2017 CIHF Roundtable
The effect of design on mental and behavioral health programs and facilities was explored at a roundtable sponsored by the Cornell Institute for Healthy Futures (CIHF) from October 16 to 17 at Cornell University. The roundtable was led by 21 panel members who work in the mental and behavioral health fields, including researchers, architects, designers, healthcare planners, and providers.
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