Lack of insulin tracking at care home where Wettlaufer worked allowed for abuse

Kate Dubinski, CBC News

Insulin was easily accessible to nursing staff at Meadow Park Long-Term Care in London, Ont., where killer nurse Elizabeth Wettlaufer found her last victim, the home’s former co-director of care testified Wednesday. And nurses were free to administer insulin without a double-check by a colleague, because the layout of the home made it impractical for two people to do so, Melanie Smith told the public inquiry into resident safety at long-term care homes. 

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