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Is 'murse' OK? Tips for gender integrated nursing staffs

Is 'murse' OK? Tips for gender integrated nursing staffs

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McKnight's Senior Editor Elizabeth Newman recently raised some thought-provoking questions about how "women manage women" in long-term care facilities with largely female staffs. Her blog got me thinking along some other lines as well: Male-female and male-male conflicts may become increasingly common as skilled nursing facilities become more gender diverse.

Spouse's age determines women's nursing home admission risk, study finds

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The age difference between married couples likely accounts for why women are 40% more likely to become nursing home residents than men, new research reveals.

How about senior living, care and programs for MEN?

How about senior living, care and programs for MEN?

There is something to be said for creating a senior living environment that is inviting both to female AND male residents, as well as female AND male visitors.

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