Towards Improving the Quality of Life for Long Term Care Residents: Exploring the Current Factors Affecting Healthcare Provision and Health Outcomes
Principal Investigator: Dr. Roslyn Compton, RN PHD
Through this study, we seek to build innovative models of care that will improve the quality of life and health outcomes for residents living in long-term care in partnership with residents, their family members, staff and content experts to ensure quality care in the right place, at the right time, by the right person.
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Findings of the Study
Details about what is discovered will be posted here.
The care homes involved
About Patient-Oriented Research
This study was done with patient-family partners. Find out more here
Latest News & Updates
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The following article about the patient-oriented research being done for this research project, and what is being learned about building patient-oriented research relationships was published by the Saskatchewan Centre for Patient-Oriented Research. You can see the article by clicking the button below.
This same article rounds out the Saskatchewan Centre for Patient-Oriented Research annual report for the 2020/21 years, where it appears as one of three highlighted impact stories. Click below to see the annual report. The article is on the last two pages of the report.
The following article about our Catalyst Patient-Oriented Research grant was published on the College of Nursing website. You can see the article by clicking the button below.
The following article about our research was published in the Saskatoon StarPhoenix by article author Zac Vescera. You can see the article by clicking the button below.