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Results & Dissemination

Project materials, reports, presentations, manuscripts and student projects with results from the SALTY project are listed below. The list will be updated regularly as we continue to present and publish SALTY findings. The project will have a large amount of data available for research purposes. Students and researchers who are interested in using project data in their own research are encouraged to contact SALTY@msvu.ca for more information.

Presentations (conferences, invited)

Aubrecht, K., Keefe, J., Estabrooks, C., Cook, H., MacDonald, L., and Fifield, H., (2017, June). Seniors-Adding Life to Years: A Canadian Project Focusing on Late Life Long Term Care. Poster presentation to the Canadian Disability Studies Association (CDSA), May 31-June 2, 2017, Toronto.

Taylor, D., Keefe, J., Tay, L., Parker, B., Delaney, K., and Cook, H., (2017 July). Finding rabbit holes without falling in: Navigating palliative care policy in Canadian Long-term Care. Poster presentation to the International Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics (IAGG), July 23 – 27, 2017, San Francisco.

Keefe, J., Estabrooks, C., Bourgeault, I., & Cloutier, D., (2018, May). Adding life to years for long term care residents. Panel presentation to the Canadian Association of Health Services and Policy Research (CAHSPR), May 29-31, 2018, Montreal.

Hoben, M., Gruneir, A., Estabrooks, C., and Keefe, J., (accepted). Web-based Delphi panels - an innovative method to integrate key stakeholders in research on end of life in nursing homes. Canadian Association on Gerontology, October18-20, 2018, Vancouver.

Taylor, D., Keefe, J. (Accepted). Is quality of life for residents supported at a legislative level? A four province comparison of Long Term Care policy using a resident perspective. Canadian Association on Gerontology, October 18-20, 2018, Vancouver.

Keefe, J., Taylor, D., Tay, L. Fancey, P., and Cook, H. (Accepted). Including Family Caregivers in Canadian Long Term Care: Ambiguity between Policy and Practice. Gerontological Society of America (GSA) Annual Meeting, November 14-15, 2018, Boston.

Student & Post Doctoral Projects

Katie Aubrecht. Postdoctoral research - CIHR Health Systems Impact Fellowship: What Does A Person- And Family-Centred Approach To Challenging Behaviours In Dementia Look Like In Practice, At The Service Delivery Level? A Partnership to Support Research Informed Continuing Care Policy for People with Dementia in Nova Scotia.