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Foebel A.D, Hirdes J.P, Heckman G.A.  2012.  Caregiver status affects medication adherence among older home care clients with heart failure. Aging Clin Exp Res. 24(6):718-21.
Vetrano D.L, Foebel A.D, Marengoni A., Brandi V., Collamati A., Heckman G.A, Hirdes J., Bernabei R., Onder G..  2016.  Chronic diseases and geriatric syndromes: The different weight of comorbidity. Eur J Intern Med. 27:62-7.
Heckman G.A, Crizzle A.M, Chen J., Pringsheim T., Jette N., Kergoat M.J, Eckel L., Hirdes J.P.  2017.  Clinical Complexity and Use of Antipsychotics and Restraints in Long-Term Care Residents with Parkinson's Disease. J Parkinsons Dis. 7(1):103-115.
Heckman G.A, Hillier L., Manderson B., McKinnon-Wilson J., Santi S.M, Stolee P..  2013.  Developing an integrated system of care for frail seniors. Healthc Manage Forum. 26(4):200-8.
Foebel A.D, Hirdes J.P, Heckman G.A, Kergoat M.J, Patten S., Marrie R.A.  2013.  Diagnostic data for neurological conditions in interRAI assessments in home care, nursing home and mental health care settings: a validity study. BMC Health Serv Res. 13:457.
Boscart V.M, Heckman G.A, Huson K., Brohman L., Harkness K.I, Hirdes J., McKelvie R.S, Stolee P..  2017.  Implementation of an interprofessional communication and collaboration intervention to improve care capacity for heart failure management in long-term care. J Interprof Care. 31(5):583-592.
Rolfson D.B, Heckman G.A, Bagshaw S.M, Robertson D., Hirdes J.P.  2018.  Implementing Frailty Measures in the Canadian Healthcare System. J Frailty Aging. 7(4):208-216.
Heckman G.A, Hirdes J.P, Hebert P.C, Morinville A., Amaral A, Costa A., McKelvie R.S.  2018.  Predicting Future Health Transitions Among Newly Admitted Nursing Home Residents With Heart Failure. J Am Med Dir Assoc.
Dash D., Heckman G.A, Boscart V.M, Costa A.P, Killingbeck J., d'Avernas J.R.  2018.  Using powerful data from the interRAI MDS to support care and a learning health system: A case study from long-term care. Healthc Manage Forum. 31(4):153-159.