EBD

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AcronymDefinition
EBDEconomic and Business Development (various organizations)
EBDExecutive Board of Directors (various organizations)
EBDElectronic Brake Distribution (automobiles)
EBDElectronic Brakeforce Distribution (automobiles)
EBDEmployee Benefits Department (various locations)
EBDEmployee Benefit Design (Centennial, CO and Springfield, MO)
EBDEmergency Boot Disk
EBDElectronic Brake Distributor
EBDÉcole de Bibliothécaires Documentalistes (French: School Librarians, Documentalists)
EBDEstación Biológica de Doñana (natural park in Spain)
EBDEvidence-Based Design
EBDEuropean Business Development
EBDEmergency Boot Disk (Microsoft)
EBDEnquiry by Design (various locations)
EBDEmotional and Behavioral Difficulties
EBDEmotional and Behavioral Disorder
EBDElderly, Blind, and Disabled
EBDEuropäische Bewegung Deutschland (German)
EBDEarly Booking Discount (various companies)
EBDEpidermolysis Bullosa Dystrophica
EBDEquivalent Building Dimensions (improved building downwash input for AERMOD)
EBDEgyptian Book of the Dead
EBDEffective Billing Date
EBDError Burst Distribution
EBDEmployee Biographical Data
EBDEnd of Business Day
EBDElectric Boat Division
EBDEnergy-Based Demodulation
EBDEkurhuleni Business Directory
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The goal of the mock-up was to apply an evidence-based design approach to gain feedback from veterans, staff, and outside groups regarding preferred design features, such as furniture, lighting, door hardware, toilet accessories, and plumbing fixtures.
"This certification verifies his talent for successfully applying evidence-based design principles to healthcare, science, and education settings - a process shown to directly benefit patients and users.
The use of abundant lighting, soothing colors, and reclaimed wood throughout the facility are all features of evidence-based design practices, Fedor says.
* EDAC (Evidence-based Design Accreditation and Certification): 15 EDAC CEUs are available.
Designing for Safety: Evidence-Based Design and Hospitals.
While this emphasis remains important as it upholds the primary role of a medical facility, a lack of consideration for well-considered, evidence-based design in these settings could be limiting the healing of its patients.
Five major health care trends are relevant to our analysis: the growth of evidence-based design, the safety/ quality revolution, pay for performance and increasing consumer transparency, sustainability and green design, and access to capital.
Evidence-based design is the process of utilizing credible research in the architectural design process to create the best results/outcomes possible.
Trauma surgery is one great example of the value that evidence-based design brings to surgeons and hospitals.
Its portable, practical, and evidence-based design makes it a highly useful reference for medical trainees, general practitioners, dermatologists, and medical oncologists.
The Pentagon is working with health design experts to incorporate evidence-based design features that enhance care such as private rooms, more natural light, more prominent hand-washing stations, and making patients' families part of the care process.
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