Carson, J., Dupuis, S. L., & Arai, S. (2017). Building a theoretical foundation for communicatively-driven culture change in long-term care. Innovation in Aging, 1(1), 1136-1137. Available from Oxford Academic

Carson, J. (2015). Working together to put living first: A culture change process in a long-term care and retirement living organization guided by critical participatory action research. (Unpublished doctoral dissertation). The University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. Available from

Carson, J. & d'Avernas, J. (2012). Working together to put living first: Appreciative culture change in long-term care. Appreciative Inquiry Practitioner, 14(5), 13-14. Available from Appreciative Inquiry Practitioner.

de Witt, L., & Fortune, D.B. (2017). Relationship-centered dementia care: Insights from a community-based culture change coalition. Dementia Online First, May 19 2017. Available from Sage Journals Online

Dupuis, S.L., Gillies, J., Carson, J., Whyte, C., Genoe, R., Loiselle, L., & Sadler, L. (2012). Moving beyond ‘patient’ and ‘client’ approaches: Mobilising authentic partnerships in dementia care. Dementia, 11(4), 427–452. Available from Sage Journals Online

Dupuis, S.L., McAiney, C.A., Fortune, D. B., Ploeg, J., & de Witt, L. (2014). Theoretical foundations guiding culture change: The work of the Partnerships in Dementia Care Alliance. Dementia Online First, January 13, 2014. Available from Sage Journals Online

Dupuis, S.L., Whyte, C., Carson, J., Genoe, R., Meschino, L. & Sadler, L. (2012). Just dance with me: An authentic partnership approach in understanding leisure in the dementia context. Submitted to a special issue on Leisure, Health and Disability of World Leisure Journal, 54(3), 240-254. Available from Taylor and Francis Online

Fortune, D. B., & McKeown, J.K.L. (2016). Sharing the journey: Exploring a social leisure program for persons with dementia and their spouses. Leisure Sciences. Available from Taylor and Francis Online

Fortune, D. B., McKeown, J., Dupuis, S. L., & de Witt, L. (2015). “It was like reading a detective novel”: Using PAR to work together for culture change. Journal of Aging Studies, 34, 38–47. Available from Science Direct Online

McKeown, J. K. L., Fortune, D., Dupuis, S. L. (2015). "It is like stepping into another world”: Exploring the possibilities of using appreciative participatory action research to guide culture change work in community and long-term care. Action Research. Available from Sage Journals Online 

For more information on any of the PiDC Alliance initiatives, contact Sian Lockwood, Knowledge Translation Specialist.

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