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Zyczkowska J., Szczerbinska K., Jantzi M.R, Hirdes J.P.  2007.  Pain among the oldest old in community and institutional settings. Pain. 129(1-2):167-76.
Proctor W.R, Hirdes J.P.  2001.  Pain and cognitive status among nursing home residents in Canada. Pain Research & Management. 6(3):119-25.
Dalby D.M, Hirdes J.P, Hogan D.B, Patten S.B, Beck C.A, Rabinowitz T., Maxwell C.J.  2008.  Potentially inappropriate management of depressive symptoms among Ontario home care clients. International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry. 23(6):650-9.
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.
Martin L., Poss J.W, Hirdes J.P, Jones R.N, Stones M.J, Fries B.E.  2008.  Predictors of a new depression diagnosis among older adults admitted to complex continuing care: implications for the depression rating scale (DRS). Age Ageing. 37(1):51-6.
Neufeld E., Viau K.A, Hirdes J.P, Warry W..  2016.  Predictors of frequent emergency department visits among rural older adults in Ontario using the Resident Assessment Instrument-Home Care. Aust J Rural Health. 24(2):115-22.
Kehyayan V., Hirdes J.P, Tyas S.L, Stolee P..  2016.  Predictors of Long-Term Care Facility Residents' Self-Reported Quality of Life With Individual and Facility Characteristics in Canada. J Aging Health. 28(3):503-29.
Maxwell C.J, Hogan D.B, Hirdes J.P.  2000.  The prevalence and treatment of hypertension in long-term care settings: Implications for quality of care of the frail elderly. Annals of Long Term Care. 8(11):31-36.
Maxwell C.J, Hirdes J.P.  1993.  The prevalence of smoking and implications for quality of life among the community-based elderly. American Journal of Preventive Medicine. 9(6):338-45.
Perlman C.M, Hirdes J.P, Vigod S..  2015.  Psychiatric Rehospitalization: Development of a Person-Level Indicator for Care Planning and Quality Assurance. Prim Care Companion CNS Disord. 17(4)