Physical Environments for Long-term Care: Ideas Worth Sharing – Crane Library Web Pick of the Week

ccpaPublished by the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives in November 2016, this book provides examples of promising practices for physical environments in long-term residential care. Based on over 500 interviews gathered during a research project funded by the Canadian Institutes for Health Research and the European Research Area on Aging Project, the book focuses on the complex relationship between the physical environment (location, space, features, etc.) and what goes on within it.

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