Manuscripts

Funk, L., Irwin, P., Kuryk, K., Lobchuk, M., Rempel, J., & Keefe, K. (2022). Home care program flexibility as a relational phenomenon. SSM – Qualitative Research in Health, Volume 2, 100107. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ssmqr.2022.100107.

Poss, J., Mitchell, L., Mah, J., & Keefe, J. (2021). Disparities in utilization of psychiatric services among home care clients: The tale of two Canadian jurisdictions. Frontiers in Psychiatry-Public Mental Health. https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyt.2021.712112

Keefe, J., Funk, L., Knight, L., Lobchuk, M., Macdonald, M., Mitchell, L., Rempel, J., Warner, G., & Stevens, S. (2020). Home care clients: A research protocol for studying their pathways. BMC Health Services Research 20, 535 https://doi.org/10.1186/s12913-020-05363-7

 

Presentations

Spring, L., Funk L.., Kuryk, K., Warner, G., Burke, R., Macdonald, M., Lobchuk, M., Keefe, J., & Rempel, J. ‘Person-centred’ home care: How “rule-bending” can help fortify relationships and built trust between clients and care providers. Presentation at Canadian Association of Health Services and Policy Research Conference, May 31, 2022. Virtual.

Spring, L. & Warner, G. Is ”no news good news”? Or does being a ”squeaky wheel” improve home care client trajectories? Presentation at 2022 Northwood Research Symposium, June 17, 2022. Virtual.

Mitchell, L., Poss, J., & Keefe, J. (2021, October). Mapping older home care clients’ pathways in the health care system: A tale of two provinces. Paper presentation at Canadian Association on Gerontology, October 22, 2021, virtual.

Stevens, S., & Keefe, J. (2019, May). How approaches to care shape the pathways of older adult home care clients. Oral presentation to the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences and Policy Research (CAHSPR) Conference, May 29, 2019, Halifax.