Supporting and promoting personhood in long term care settings: contextual factors.

Abstract

The need for personhood-focused long-term care (LTC) is well-documented. A myriad of sociocultural, political, nursing/professional and organisational contexts facilitate or hinder registered nurses (RNs)' capacity to ensure personhood-focused LTC. Complexities derive from the countless interrelated aspects of these contexts, blurring clear distinctions of… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/opn.12009

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