From a psychological perspective, here are some ideas to prevent or reduce disagreements with residents and their family members over care, thereby decreasing the likelihood that a situation will result...
Using psychology to reduce roommate conflicts: A handy guide
Eleanor Feldman Barbera, Ph.D.
Dec 12, 2013
I’ve heard many complaints about roommates from residents over the years. While some roommate difficulties need to be addressed on a situation-by-situation basis, most conflicts revolve around a...
Conflict perceptions change based on gender, study says
Apr 01, 2013
Women involved in workplace disputes are believed to be less likely to repair their relationship, a new study finds.
Is ‘murse’ OK? Tips for gender integrated nursing staffs
Mar 05, 2013
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...
Catfight on the SNF floor
Feb 28, 2013
Let’s pretend that you work in a facility or company with mostly female employees. I know, it’s a stretch. When conflicts arise between two women, what do you think?