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Time: 1.00pm - 2.00pm
Older people resident in care homes are amongst the most vulnerable and dependent in any society. This study aimed to explore perspectives on decision making considering the appropriateness of decision making and how residents can be empowered and their vulnerability minimised. It used grounded theory methodology in a case study framework, in a single care home. Residents, their relatives and staff participated in the study which used interviews; informal conversations; observation and examination of documentation. Participants' perspectives were considered through a values based lens with emphasis on autonomy and dignity as the most dominant in policy, ethical discourse, professional and empirical literature. Some of the salient findings and their implications will be discussed.
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Presented by: Julia Wood
Date: Thursday 11 July 2013
Time: 1.00pm - 2.00pm (tea/coffee to be served from 12.45pm)
Venue: Room G2.6, Level 2, Grosvenor Wing, SGUL
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