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1 A Major Collaborative Research Initiative funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada Dr. Ruth Lowndes RN, BScN, MN, CDE, PhD Post-doctoral Fellow, York University Co-authors: Dr. Pat Armstrong, Principal Investigator Professor, Department of Sociology, York University Dr. Tamara Daly, Co-investigator Associate Professor, York University Conference, Norway October 14, 2014

2 Food in Long-term Care: How is Dining Socially Organized to Enhance Resident Quality of Life?

3 Location: Accessibility

4 On-site Kitchen & Unit Servery

5 Institutional vs Home-like Dining Institutional Versus Home-Like Setting

6 Food Quality and Choice

7 Food as Pleasure: Not Being Rushed

8 Food as a Social Event

9 European Comparisons

10 References: Articles American Dietetic Association (2005). Position of the American Dietetic Association: Liberalization of the diet prescription improves quality of life for older adults in long-term care. Journal of American Dietetic Association, 105(12), Armstrong, P., Armstrong, H., & Coburn, D. (2001). The political economy of health and care, in Armstrong, Armstong and Coburn (Eds), Unhealthy Times: Political Economy Perspectives on Health and Care in Canada. Toronto: Oxford University Press. Armstrong, P., & Daly, T “Executive Summary: There are Not Enough Hands. Conditionsin Ontario’s Long-Term Care Facilities.” Canadian Union of Public Employees. Kayser-Jones, J. (2000). Improving the nutritional care of nursing home residents. Nursing Homes, 49(10), Kayser-Jones, J. & Schell, E. (1997). The effect of staffing on the quality of care at mealtime. Nursing Outlook, 45, Leydon, N., & Dahl, W. (2008). Improving the nutritional status of elderly residents of long-term care homes. Journal of Health Service Research Policy, 13(suppl. 1), Mathey, M., Vanneste, V., de Graaf, C., de Groot, L., van Staveren, W. (2001). Health effect of improved meal ambiance in a Dutch nursing home: A 1-year intervention study. Prev Med, 32, Ministry of Health and Long-term Care “People Caring for People Impacting the Qualityof Life and Care of Residents of Long-Term Care Homes.” A Report of the Independent Review of Staffing and Care Standards for Long-Term Care Homes of Ontario.” Accessed September 17, Schnelle, J., Simmons, S., Harrington, C., Cadogan, M., Garcia, E. et al “Relationship of Nursing Home Staffing to Quality of Care.” Health Services Research, 39(2): Yen, P. (2003). Impact of the eating environment. Nutrition and Wellbeing, July-August. York University “Re-imagining Residential Long-Term Care.” Accessed January 8,

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