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Stakeholders surveyed on culture change

March 22, 2011
by Sandra Hoban, Executive Editor
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ATLANTA--A national online survey of practitioners and stakeholders was conducted to compile a multidisciplinary perspective of culture change.

Addie Johnson, EDAC, Organizational and Environmental Gerontologist, School of Architecture and Urban Planning—University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee; and Mark Proffitt, Fellow, report on the survey's results as they impact the four planes (Organizational, Operational, Environmental, and Financial) that must be explored to develop and pursue culture change.

Their presentation, “Constructing a Road Map for Culture Change in Long-Term Care: A National Stakeholder Perspective,” will be presented at the EFA Virtual Symposium on April 19, 2011. Registration information for this event will be available soon on www.ltlmagazine.com.
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Sandra Hoban

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Sandra Hoban

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Sandra Hoban has been on Long-Term Living’s editorial staff for 17 years. She is one of...