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.

How Do Care Work Hierarchies & Task Orientation Impact Care Workers’ Experiences of Occupational Health and Safety? Case Studies of LTC in Toronto

Iffath Syed, Tamara Daly, Ruth Lowndes, Pat Armstrong, Martin Chadoin, Vishaya Naidoo, and Charlotte Rowell (May 28, 2014), Canadian Public Health Association, Toronto, Canada.

How Can We See Invisible Labour in Long-term Care?

(May 14, 2014), “Re-Directing the Gaze: An International Quest for Promising Practices in Long-Term Residential Care” International Care Research Conference,  Re-Imagining Long-Term Residential Care: International Study of Promising Practices, Bergen, Norway.

Liminality in Ontario’s Long-Term Care Homes: Private Companions in the Space ‘Betwixt and Between’ Formal/Informal Regulation and Care Work

Tamara Daly, Pat Armstrong and Ruth Lowndes (Feb 6 2014), Association of Industrial Relations Academics in Australia and New Zealand (AIRAANZ) Conference, Melbourne, Australia.

‘Mapping’ Invisible Care: How are Nursing Homes’ Dining Spaces Sites of Informal Care?

Tamara Daly, Ruth Lowndes, Pat Armstrong, Charlotte Rowell, Martin Chadoin, Vishaya Naidoo, Iffath Syed and Karen Messing (October 29 2013), Qualitative Health Research, Halifax, Nova Scotia.