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Long-Term Care in Saskatchewan

Its History & Evolution

by (author) Boris Kishchuk

Your Nickel's Worth Publishing
Initial publish date
Sep 2010
Caregiving, Health Care Issues, History
  • Paperback / softback

    Publish Date
    Sep 2010
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Long-term care is an unknown service to most of us. It is something we don't think about--until we need it. However, most of us will probably, at some time in our lives, encounter the need for long-term care for family members, friends or even ourselves.

This review provides information on long-term care in the province--past and present--and recognizes the dedicated services provided by nurses, attendants, physicians, administrators, volunteers and communities.

About the author

Boris Kishchuk has made connections with Ukraine since 1992, a year after the country obtained its independence. As an adjunct faculty member at the University of Saskatchewan, he was involved in a number of projects in Ukraine that included accompanying University of Saskatchewan MBA internship students to Ukraine over a nine-year period. He is currently the chair of the Canada–Ukraine Centre Inc. Boris has written two previous books: Long-Term Care in Saskatchewan: Its History and Evolution and Crown Corporations in Saskatchewan. He lives in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.

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