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Assuring safety in long-term care [electronic resource] / Marshall B. Kapp, editor.

Contributor(s): Kapp, Marshall B.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Ethics, law, and aging review: v. 9.Publisher: New York : Springer, 2003Description: 1 online resource (xii, 164 p.).ISBN: 9780826116376 (electronic bk.); 082611637X (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Long-term care of the sick -- United States -- Safety measures | Long-Term Care -- United States | Safety Management -- United States | MEDICAL -- Long-Term Care | MEDICAL -- Nursing Home Care | Mesures de s�ecurit�e | Aspect juridique | Qualit�e des soins de sant�e | Soins infirmiers | �Ethique m�edicale | Soins prolong�es | �Etats-UnisGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Assuring safety in long-term care.DDC classification: 362.160973 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
pt. I. Assuring safety in longterm care: ethical imperatives, legal strategies, and practical limitations. Assuring safety in long-term care: the albatross of historical experience / Elias S. Cohen ; At least Mom will be safe there: role of resident safety in nursing home quality / Marshall B. Kapp ; Assuring quality nursing home care: a case of market failure / Lawrence A. Frolik and Stephanie R. Gallo ; Assisted living: safety vs. autonomy / Ethel Mitty and Thomas Clark ; Safety, self-determination, and choice in long-term care: the consumer and obbudsman experience / Beverley Laubert and R. Michael Laubert ; Hazardous to our health: competing values, conflicting agendas, and mixed messages / Eric Mount, Jr. and Kathleen B. Gannoe ; Assuring safety for people with dementia in long-term care facilities: focus on staffing / Iris C. Freeman ; Improving resident safety through quality medical care / Rebecca D. Elon -- pt. II. Independent articles. When value and meaning become monetary rather than moral: issues in geriatric health care allocation / Katrina A. Brmstedt.
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pt. I. Assuring safety in longterm care: ethical imperatives, legal strategies, and practical limitations. Assuring safety in long-term care: the albatross of historical experience / Elias S. Cohen ; At least Mom will be safe there: role of resident safety in nursing home quality / Marshall B. Kapp ; Assuring quality nursing home care: a case of market failure / Lawrence A. Frolik and Stephanie R. Gallo ; Assisted living: safety vs. autonomy / Ethel Mitty and Thomas Clark ; Safety, self-determination, and choice in long-term care: the consumer and obbudsman experience / Beverley Laubert and R. Michael Laubert ; Hazardous to our health: competing values, conflicting agendas, and mixed messages / Eric Mount, Jr. and Kathleen B. Gannoe ; Assuring safety for people with dementia in long-term care facilities: focus on staffing / Iris C. Freeman ; Improving resident safety through quality medical care / Rebecca D. Elon -- pt. II. Independent articles. When value and meaning become monetary rather than moral: issues in geriatric health care allocation / Katrina A. Brmstedt.

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