Beverlee McIntosh, on behalf of SWAG steering Committee.
…findings of an international team of 26 researchers and more than 50 graduate students who went to six countries in a search for promising…
On April 25th from 5:30- 7pm, findings from international research on promising practices in long-term residential care will be shared with the public at the J.K. Wylie Room at the Public Service Alliance of Canada, 233 Gilmour Street, Ottawa.
Sponsored by the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternative and the Canadian Union of Public Employees, researchers and local experts will discuss these ideas worth sharing!
We hope to see you there! The venue is accessible and light refreshments will be served.
See https://www.facebook.com/events/123735238023794/, if you are on Facebook.
Download the free publication of promising practices at https://www.policyalternatives.ca/publications/reports/promising-practices-long-term-care. 100 free hard copies will be available at the event.
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