Hosts Mary Jean Hande and Marco Redden are joined by three guests: SALTY researchers Katie Aubrecht and Prince Owusu and SALTY Advisory Group member Jim Mann. This episode focuses on power and marginalization. We discuss regimentation, how people become vulnerable in long-term care, and the complex power dynamics that structure the challenges and possibilities of improving quality of life in long-term care.
Joined by Special Guests:
Katie Aubrecht, Canada Research Chair Tier II Health Equity and Social Justice, Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology, St. Francis Xavier University
Prince Owusu, PhD Candidate, Carleton University
Jim Mann, SALTY Advisory Group, British Columbia
Mary Jean Hande, Postdoctoral Fellow, Nova Scotia Centre on Aging
Emily Hubley, M.A. Student, Mount Saint Vincent University
Marco Redden, M.A. Student, Mount Saint Vincent University
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We wish to extend our gratitude to the special guests that join us on each episode to share their personal experiences and insights into the complexities of long-term care. We also acknowledge and thank the SALTY project for supporting this podcast.
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