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The Collateral Damage is an Intended Consequence
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The Collateral Damage is an Intended Consequence

Geriatrician and researcher Dr. Nathan Stall has been on the front line serving Ontario’s long-term care residents both as a physician and a researcher, advocating for more humane COVID visitation policies and other critical resident rights. In the interview we discuss the collateral COVID damage for nursing home residents, Canada vs. U.S. LTC COVID outcomes, […]

Nursing Home 411 Podcast
The Collateral Damage is an Intended Consequence
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2021-03-15T19:56:54-04:00

How Ombudsmen Are a Conduit for Nursing Home Residents

This two-part episode examines the evolving role of long term care ombudsmen during the COVID-19 pandemic. In part one, Pamela Mickens, Staff Long-Term Care Ombudsman with the Senior Source in Texas, discusses how ombudsmen serve as a conduit for residents and families. In part two (22:00), Texas State Long-Term Care Ombudsman Patty Ducayet chats about […]

Nursing Home 411 Podcast
How Ombudsmen Are a Conduit for Nursing Home Residents
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2020-12-22T11:12:11-05:00

LTCCC Webinar: Rights to Visitation, Resident Records, & Communication

Nursing Home 411 Podcast
LTCCC Webinar: Rights to Visitation, Resident Records, & Communication
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2020-10-20T17:25:26-04:00

‘It takes a team. A family’: How a Baltimore nursing home has kept out the coronavirus

The Maryland Baptist Aged Home, a small black-owned West Baltimore nursing home, is beating the odds during the pandemic and has kept its COVID-19 case count at zero. Johana Walburn, the nursing home’s administrator, joins the show to talk about the infection control practices and socially distanced activities that have helped keep Maryland Baptist’s residents […]

Nursing Home 411 Podcast
‘It takes a team. A family’: How a Baltimore nursing home has kept out the coronavirus
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2020-08-11T17:35:46-04:00
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