MOVING BEYOND PLANS FOR EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS: ORGANIZATIONAL RESILIENCE IN RESIDENTIAL CARE FACILITIES

@article{Kennedy2018MOVINGBP,
  title={MOVING BEYOND PLANS FOR EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS: ORGANIZATIONAL RESILIENCE IN RESIDENTIAL CARE FACILITIES},
  author={K. Kennedy and C. Hua and M. Nelson},
  journal={Innovation in Aging},
  year={2018},
  volume={2},
  pages={358-358}
}
The devastating aftermath of hurricanes Katrina and Rita brought to national attention the importance of emergency preparedness for long-term care facilities. Although most facilities have an emergency plan, these plans may not adequately capture their “organizational resilience,” or adaptive capacity to handle the unexpected. Adequate links to the community and sufficient facility resources are critical to a resilience approach. However, little research focuses on the preparedness of… Expand
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