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- 1Carleton, Heather L.
- 1Cummings, G. G.
- 1Doupe, M.
- 1Estabrooks, C. A.
- 1Hannigan, Nicole F
- 1Morgan, D. G.
Nursing homes have become complex care environments where residents have significant needs and most have age-related dementia. Building on research by Hirdes et al. (2011), we describe a resident profile in a representative sample of 30 urban nursing homes in the prairie provinces using Resident...
Examining Differences in Oral Health Status Based on Assessments Conducted by Long-Term Care Staff Versus a DentistDownload
Long-term care demand is increasing as Canada’s population ages and experiences a growing prevalence of dementia. Long-term care residents are highly dependent on health care providers for ongoing assessment and care due to complex cognitive and other medical conditions. One aspect of health...
Purpose: My aim in this thesis was to investigate the relationship between resident aggression towards care aides and quality of care in long-term care (LTC). Design: This is a paper-based thesis comprised of an introduction and overview, a critical review of the literature and an empirical...