What makes institutional long-term care the most appropriate setting for people with dementia? Exploring the influence of client characteristics, decision-maker attributes, and country in 8 European Nations

Sue Tucker*, Christian Brand, Caroline Sutcliffe, David Challis, Kai Saks, Hilde Verbeek, Esther Cabrera, Staffan Karlsson, Helena Leino-Kilpi, Astrid Stephan, Maria Soto, Gabriele Meyer, Anna Renom-Guiteras, Dirk Sauerland, Ansgar Wübker, Patrick Bremer, Jan P. H. Hamers, Basema Afram, Hanneke C. Beerens, Michel H. C. BleijlevensSandra M.G. Zwakhalen, Dirk Ruwaard, Ton Ambergen, Ingalill Rahm Hallberg, Ulla Melin Emilsson, Christina Bokberg, Connie Lethin, David Jolley, Ian Bowns, Brenda Roe, Alistair Burns, Jaana Koskenniemi, Riitta Suhonen, Matti Viitanen, Seija Arve, Minna Stolt, Maija Hupli, Ene Margit Tiit, Jelena Leibur, Katrin Raamat, Angelika Armolik, Adelaida Zabalegui, Ester Risco, Carme Alvira, Marta Farre, Susana Miguel, Maria Soto, Agathe Milhet, Sandrine Sourdet, Sophie Gillette, Bruno Vellas, Consortium RightTimePlaceCare Consortium

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