So sad to see good care go bad – but is it surprising?

Posted on September 1st, by editor in Journal of Dementia Care. No Comments

In this article Mike Bender and Tony Wainwright argue that abuse and failings in care settings should be attributed to the inherent qualities of healthcare systems, based on the way human societies work, rather than to the failures of individuals
Author/s: Mike Bender, Tony Wainwright
Vol: 12, Issue: 5, pp24-26

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