What does the evidence really say about culture change in nursing homes?

  title={What does the evidence really say about culture change in nursing homes?},
  author={Victoria Shier and Dmitry Khodyakov and Lauren W. Cohen and Sheryl Zimmerman and Debra M Saliba},
  journal={The Gerontologist},
  volume={54 Suppl 1},
PURPOSE OF THE STUDY Although nursing home culture change efforts are becoming more widespread, there have been few efforts to systematically compile the evidence related to the efficacy of culture change. This study uses an analytic framework to evaluate the existing evidence for the impact of culture change on nursing home quality. We focus on the nature and scope of culture change interventions, measurement of culture change and adherence to interventions, measurement of culture change… CONTINUE READING
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