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Older adults as volunteers in Thunder Bay
This is a descriptive and exploratory study which examines the characteristics and expressed motivations among older adults in Thunder Bay toward volunteerism and if altruism is in fact the main reason for why older ...
Primary nursing as a potentially humanizing innovation in nursing home care
In four months of observation at Stafford House, an attempt was made to discover whether or not residents were receiving "humanized" care and if so, if this humanization was a result of, or was enhanced by, the implementation ...
Care of the chronic, non-acutely ill elderly person in acute hospitals in light of the biomedical science approach
The purpose of this study was to investigate aspects and specific events of health care intervention techniques rendered to chronic, non-acutely ill elderly patients, (henceforth known as CNIE), while in an acute care ...