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A Seat at the Table: The Positioning of Families During Care Conferences in Nursing Homes.

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Summary of "A Seat at the Table: The Positioning of Families During Care Conferences in Nursing Homes."

Current nursing home policy emphasizes the need for collaborative, team-based care planning in which families and/or residents are actively involved. Resident care conferences are common where care providers, families, and/or residents discuss and coordinate resident care needs and evaluate care goals. This study critically examines the process, structure, and content of care conferences to expand our understanding of how resident care is negotiated among care providers and families in this context.

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Name: The Gerontologist
ISSN: 1758-5341
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