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COVID-19 outbreaks, deaths continue to plague Alberta’s care homes

The pandemic revealed brutal realities about long-term care. Canada has a moral obligation to fix the system

Dal students and Shannex work together to solve long‑term care challenges

Depressed and burned out, Ontario nurses planning to leave the field in droves, poll finds

Quebec investigating Vigi Reine-Élizabeth private long-term care home

Inspired by birds, these LTC residents used art to cope with isolation

19 residents, 10 staff now have COVID-19 at Maples care home, site of Manitoba’s deadliest outbreak

Did Ontario Politicians Get the Long-Term Care Message?

Trauma lingers for Winnipeg long-term care nurse stabbed on the job on Christmas Day

Manitoba reports 11 health-care facility outbreaks, another 28 COVID-19 deaths

‘Whole gamut of issues’ plaguing long-term care, Sudbury health-care workers say

Long-term care funding in N.S. will improve infection control, says industry

A burnt-out health workforce impacts patient care

International

Dementia Is a Place Where My Mother Lives. It Is Not Who She Is.

Minimum staffing measure not the way to improve quality, ‘not too worried’ Ensign leader says

Staff retention crucial after study confirms lower turnover linked to higher quality of care at nursing homes

A grandmother’s family was awarded $6 million after she died at a Georgia nursing home with a history of violations.

8 Wiltshire care homes rated inadequate or requiring improvement by the CQC in 2022

In-house dental program Senior Smiles improving overall health, quality of life in aged care homes

Innovation

Commentary: Is Your Organization Providing Quality Care?

What Does It Mean to Rethink Quality?

What does the edge & centre mean for organisations?

Academia

Ryerson University officially changes its name to Toronto Metropolitan University

Why it’s important to have effective mentorship training programs for postdoctoral fellows