An assessment of patients’ spaces in healing environments for cancer (A case of selected hospitals in Kampala)
Kagodo, Deogratius Makumbi
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Poorly designed environments can exacerbate anxiety while those that respond to best practice can contribute to a positive patient experience. Cancer patients' spaces have not been adequately ruminated on, basing on this research focused on increasing awareness of architecture and its responsiveness to cancer patients in their healing environments as a remedy to the cancer epidemic, architecture being used not for housing of therapy but rather a tool of therapy.