Rosica Pachilova
Rosica Pachilova
PhD student
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How strongly programmed is a strong programme building?: A comparative analysis of outpatient clinics in two hospitals
K Sailer, R Pachilova, E Kostopoulou, R Pradinuk, D MacKinnon, ...
2013 International Space Syntax Symposium, 2013
212013
Human versus machine-testing validity and insights of manual and automated data gathering methods in complex buildings
K Sailer, R Pachilova, C Brown
Sejong University Press, 2013
182013
Evidence-Based Design: The Effect of Hospital Layouts on the Caregiver-Patient Interfaces
R Pachilova, K Sailer, M King
Proceedings of the Second European Conference on Design 4, 2013
7*2013
Size and complexity of hospitals matter for quality of care: A spatial classification of NHS buildings
R Pachilova, K Sailer
SSS 2015-10th International Space Syntax Symposium, 2015
52015
The dynamic nature of caregiver communication networks and spatialised work processes in hospital wards
R Pachilova, K Sailer, M King
Proceedings of the 11th International Space Syntax Symposium 11, 18.1-18.9, 2017
22017
How strongly programmed is a strong programme building
K Sailer, R Pachilova, E Kostopoulou, R Pradinuk, D MacKinnon, ...
9th space syntax symposium 15, 2013
22013
Ward layout, communication and care quality: Spatial intelligibility as a key component of hospital design
R Pachilova, K Sailer
Proceedings of the 12th International Space Syntax Symposium, 2019
12019
Providing care quality by design: a new measure to assess hospital ward layouts
R Pachilova, K Sailer
The Journal of Architecture 25 (2), 186-202, 2020
2020
Exploring quality of care in hospital wards: the effect of spatial layout, staff work activities and communication patterns
R Pachilova
UCL (University College London), 2020
2020
Report on the Bartlett Research Exchange on Health and Wellbeing in the Built Environment: An interdisciplinary perspective on health and wellbeing in the built environment
LS Vaughan, R Pachilova
The Bartlett, UCL (University College London), 2017
2017
The impact of research design and choice of methodology on social network structures–The case of studying hospital environments
R Pachilova, K Sailer
Second European Conference on Social Networks, 259, 0
Size and complexity of hospitals matter for quality of care
R Pachilova, K Sailer
Elements of design in workplace environment
FL Sakr, R Pachilova, P Hutchinson, C Macgadie
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