Liminality in Ontario’s Long-Term Care Homes: Paid Companions’ Care Work in the Space ‘Betwixt and Between’ (2015)

Tamara Daly, Pat Armstrong, and Ruth Lowndes, in Competition & Change, 19(3), 246-263.

‘Leisurely Dining’: Exploring How Work Organization and Informal Care Shape Residents’ Dining Experiences in Long-Term Care

Ruth Lowndes, Tamara Daly, Pat Armstrong (October 19-23 2014), Qualitative Health Research Conference, Victoria, British Columbia.

From the Care Gap to the Invisible Labour Trap: Rapid Ethnography as a ‘Way in’ to Long-Term Care

(October 2014) “From the Care Gap to the Invisible Labour Trap: Rapid Ethnography as a ‘Way in’ to Long-Term Care,” Qualitative Health Research Conference, Victoria, British Columbia.

‘Mapping’ Meal Times: Invisible Care Work and Irregular Care Needs in Long-term Care

Tamara Daly, Ruth Lowndes, Pat Armstrong, Karen Messing, Vishaya Naidoo, Iffath Syed, Martin Chadoin (October 16-18 2014), Canadian Association of Gerontology, Landscapes of Aging: Critical Issues, Emerging Possibilities, Niagara Falls, Canada.

When Management Indicators Make Work Harder and Less Satisfying: The Case of Personal Support Workers in Ontario

Martin Chadoin, Karen Messing, Tamara Daly, Pat Armstrong, Vishaya Naidoo, Charlotte Rowell, Iffath Syed and Ruth Lowndes (October 7-9, 2014) “Quand les indicateurs de gestion dégradent le travail: Le cas de préposés aux bénéficiaires en Ontario,” 45th Annual Conference of the Association of Canadian Ergonomists, Montreal, Canada.