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Fisher K., Seow H., Cohen J., Declercq A., Freeman S., Guthrie D.M.  2015.  Patient characteristics associated with prognostic awareness: a study of a Canadian palliative care population using the InterRAI palliative care instrument. J Pain Symptom Manage. 49(4):716-25.
Fournier CJ, Davis MJ, Patnaik A, Elliott TR, Dyer JA, Jasek EE, Phillips CD.  2010.  Modeling caregivers' perceptions of children's need for formal care: physical function, intellectual disability, and behavior. Disability & Health Journal. 3(3):213-21.
Freeman S., Hirdes J.P, Stolee P., Garcia J..  2016.  A Cross-Sectional Examination of the Association Between Dyspnea and Distress as Experienced by Palliative Home Care Clients and Their Informal Caregivers. J Soc Work End Life Palliat Care. 12(1-2):82-103.
Fisher K., Seow H., Cohen J., Declercq A., Freeman S., Guthrie D.M.  2015.  Patient characteristics associated with prognostic awareness: a study of a Canadian palliative care population using the InterRAI palliative care instrument. J Pain Symptom Manage. 49(4):716-25.
Freeman S., Spirgiene L., Martin-Khan M., Hirdes J.P.  2017.  Relationship between restraint use, engagement in social activity, and decline in cognitive status among residents newly admitted to long-term care facilities. Geriatr Gerontol Int. 17(2):246-255.
Freeman S., Hirdes J.P, Stolee P., Garcia J..  2016.  A Cross-Sectional Examination of the Association Between Dyspnea and Distress as Experienced by Palliative Home Care Clients and Their Informal Caregivers. J Soc Work End Life Palliat Care. 12(1-2):82-103.
Fisher K., Seow H., Cohen J., Declercq A., Freeman S., Guthrie D.M.  2015.  Patient characteristics associated with prognostic awareness: a study of a Canadian palliative care population using the InterRAI palliative care instrument. J Pain Symptom Manage. 49(4):716-25.