Non-profit long-term care homes have lost too many residents to COVID-19
By Kristen Pue, Postdoctoral Fellow in Nonprofit and Philanthropy Research, Carleton University
Alix J. Jansen, PhD Candidate, University of Toronto
Daniel Westlake, Postdoctoral fellow, Queen's University, Ontario
The failure of for-profit long-term care homes to protect residents during the pandemic is well-known. But non-profits also under-performed governments in preventing COVID-19 deaths.
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- Tuesday, June 8, 2021