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Sep 18, 2019

Lisa Corrente on why change in long-term care homes requires a holistic response

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If adopted, recommendations to address systemic failings identified by a public inquiry into long-term care homes in Ontario could result in new staffing models and improved medication management systems, says Toronto health lawyer Lisa Corrente.

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