Who Uses Assisted Living in British Columbia? An Initial Exploration

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Who Uses Assisted Living in British Columbia? An Initial Exploration

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Publication TypeReport
Year of Publication2012
AuthorsMcGrail KM, Lilly M, McGregor MJ, Broemeling A, Salomons K, Peterson S, McKendry R, Barer ML
Date Published04/2012
InstitutionUBC Centre for Health Services and Policy Research
CityVancouver(BC)
AbstractThis report reflects a close and ongoing working relationship among researchers based at the Centre for Health Services and Policy Research at UBC, the Home and Community Care and Performance Accountability Branch at the BC Ministry of Health, and the Provincial Home and Community Care Council and its Standing Committee on Assisted Living. The scope of this project, research objectives and research questions were agreed on at the outset. Following this, the researchers took full responsibility for methods and database development and data analysis, with regular contact and sharing of work in progress with other stakeholders. What is presented here reflects these many interactions, but the responsibility for accuracy of data analysis and the resulting conclusions rests solely with the authors. Funding for this work was provided by the BC Ministry of Health