“Leisurely Dining”: Exploring how work organization, informal care, and dining spaces shape residents’ experiences of eating in Long-Term Residential Care

Ruth Lowndes, Tamara Daly, and Pat Armstrong (2018). “Leisurely Dining”: Exploring how work organization, informal care, and dining spaces shape residents’ experiences of eating in Long-Term Residential Care”, Qualitative Health Research, 28(1), p. 126-144. Read the article..

Family Matters: The Work and Skills of Family/Friend Carers in Long-Term Residential Care

Rachel Barken, Tamara J. Daly, and Pat Armstrong (2017). “Family Matters: The Work and Skills of Family/Friend Carers in Long-Term Residential Care,” Journal of Canadian Studies, 50(2), p. 321-347. Read the journal article..

Underpaid, unpaid, unseen, unheard and unhappy? Care work in the context of constraint

Donna Baines, Sara Charlesworth, and Tamara Daly (2016). “Underpaid, unpaid, unseen, unheard and unhappy? Care work in the context of constraint”, Journal of Industrial Relations, Special Issue, 58(4) 1-180. DOI: 10.1177/0022185616655981. Read the article.

New Book: Exercising Choice in Long-Term Residential Care

Edited by: Pat Armstrong & Tamara Daly DOWNLOAD HERE “Our research indicates that strategies intended to support choices for long-term care residents must be based on the understanding that care is a relationship involving residents, their families and workers. It also means understanding that appropriate conditions of work are central to care as a relationshipContinue reading “New Book: Exercising Choice in Long-Term Residential Care”

Domesticating dialysis: A Feminist Political Economy Analysis of Informal Renal Care in Rural British Columbia

Julia Brassolotto and Tamara Daly, (2016) Domesticating dialysis: A Feminist Political Economy Analysis of Informal Renal Care in Rural British Columbia, The Canadian Geographer / Le Géographie Canadien. DOI: 10.1111/cag.12319.

Liminal and Invisible Long-Term Care: Precarity in the Face of Austerity

Tamara Daly and Pat Armstrong (2016) “Liminal and invisible long-term care: precarity in the face of austerity” Journal of Industrial Relations, special issue on Care Work, DOI: 10.1177/0022185616643496, http://jir.sagepub.com/cgi/reprint/0022185616643496v1.pdf?ijkey=ng4adSZ2dnIM4tZ&keytype=finite

Prescriptive or interpretive regulation at the frontlines of care work in the “three worlds” of Canada, Germany and Norway

Tamara Daly, Jim Struthers, Beatrice Müller, Deane Taylor, Monika Goldmann, Malcolm Doupe and Fröde F. Jacobsen, (2016). “Prescriptive or interpretive regulation at the frontlines of care work in the “three worlds” of Canada, Germany and Norway, Labour / Le Travail, Spring, 77: pp 36-71.  

How do hierarchies and strict divisions of labour impact care workers’ experiences of health and safety? Case studies of long term care in Toronto

Syed, I., Daly, T., Armstrong, P., Lowndes, R. Chadoin, M., Naidoo, V. (2016). How do work hierarchies and strict divisions of labour impact care workers’ experiences of health and safety? Case studies of long term care in Toronto. The Journal of Nursing Home Research Sciences. Volume 2, p. 1-9. http://dx.doi.org/10.14283/jnhrs.2016.6