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Making it Work: A Study of the Decision-Making Processes of Personal Support Workers in Long-Term Residential Care
This dissertation explores the decision-making processes of personal support workers (PSWs) in long-term residential care (LTRC). These workers are lowest in the LTRC labour hierarchy, performing the majority of "hands-on" ...
"I Had a Lot More Faith in Doctors Back Then:" An Analysis of Chronic Pain Content in Ontario Medical Curricula
This study is an assessment of pain content in three undergraduate medical curricula in Ontario. While chronic pain is a notoriously common condition affecting one in five Canadians, persistent pain remains undertreated ...
Invisible Worker(s), Invisible Hazards: An Examination of Psychological and Physical Safety Amongst Frontline Workers in Long-term Residential Care Facilities in the 'New' Global Economy
Research has consistently demonstrated that the long-term residential care (LTRC) frontline workforce encounters a range of serious health and safety hazards and risks that result in physical and psychological injury, ...
Remaking the Nation-State: Multiculturalism, Neoliberalism, and Urban Revitalization
My dissertation, Remaking the Nation-State: Multiculturalism, Neoliberalism, and Urban Revitalization, investigates the revitalization of two low-income housing projects in Toronto, Canada: Regent Park and Lawrence Heights. ...