Ensuring that care promotes dignity and respect for both residents and care providers requires some kind of standards and some means for guaranteeing that these standards are met. The Accountability theme seeks to identify those strategies which help promote conditions of work and care that make residential facilities a place where people want to work and live, while encouraging the best use of resources.

What are the promising practices in approaches to accountability that nurture care and inspire quality workplace relations in long-term residential facilities?

Dr. Hugh Armstrong
Dr. Jacqueline Choiniere

Dr. Robert James
Dr. Margaret McGregor
Dr. Pauline Vaillancourt Rosenau

Post-Doctoral and Research Fellows

Dr. Ruth Lowndes
Dr. Gudmond Ågotnes

Student Members

Ashley Heaslip
Krystal Kehoe MacLeod