An examination of discharge planning with older adults in light of the social and political dimensions of healthcare contexts


Background: Discharge planning is a complex process in which intersections of competing demands and agendas often beget ethical challenges. Returning home or moving to a more supportive setting can have tremendous personal,... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Evelyne Durocher (Western University)
  2. Barbara Gibson (University of Toronto)
  3. Susan Rappolt (University of Toronto)

Topic Areas

Horizon 2020 and occupational therapy / science research , Education / Research / Professional Challenges , Social inequality , Occupational Justice , Research methods , Multiprofessional issues in practice, research and education


OS - 5F » Older Adults (13:50 - Friday, 17th June, Larmor Theatre)