Deborah Wingler
Deborah Wingler
Vice President, Health Research Lead, HKS
Adjunct Faculty, School of Architecture, Clemson University

Dr. Deborah Wingler’s research focuses on improving the patient and staff experience through research studies that utilize real-time data collection techniques to elicit insight into patient and staff physiological, psychological and neural responses to high stress healthcare environments. As Vice President and Health Research Lead for HKS, Deborah collaborates with research and design teams to develop and implement research initiatives that drive innovation and achieve meaningful and measurable impact across the Health Practice globally. In her prior role as a Research Assistant Professor with the Center for Health Facilities Design and Testing at Clemson University, she contributed to multiple large grant funded projects, working with multidisciplinary teams to develop and test built environment solutions for improving patient safety, user experience, and operational efficiencies. She also serves as an Adjunct Professor for the School of Architecture at Clemson University.

E41 - The Impact of Using an Induction Room or Operating Room on Child and Parent Anxiety | Advancements in Evidence-Based Design Research

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I09 - New Research and New Results: Go Behind the Scenes | Interactive Roundtable Discussions

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