In this review: Severe neighborhood deprivation and nursing home staffing in the United States (Journal of the American Geriatric Society; abstract only available for free)
Study Reveals Significant Disparities in Nursing Home Staffing
About 16% of nursing homes are in severely deprived neighborhoods and lag behind in available personnel, particularly PTs and RNs.
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Date: August 31, 2022
Content Type: Review
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