Aged care safety dilemma: caring-for-self versus caring-for-residents.

@article{Sheridan2014AgedCS,
  title={Aged care safety dilemma: caring-for-self versus caring-for-residents.},
  author={Lynnaire Sheridan and Teslime Agim},
  journal={Australasian journal on ageing},
  year={2014},
  volume={33 4},
  pages={283-5}
}
AIM To identify aged care specific work health and safety management issues by applying James Reason's safety culture theory to one residential aged care provider in Australia. METHODS Qualitative, semi-structured interviews with frontline care staff at three residential care facilities - all operated by the same provider - garnered employee perceptions of the safety culture and aged care specific challenges in their work environment. Thematic analysis of participant responses against the… CONTINUE READING
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