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Onder G, Liperoti R, Fialova D, Topinkova E, Tosato M, Danese P, Gallo PFolino, Carpenter I, Finne-Soveri H, Gindin J et al..  2012.  Polypharmacy in Nursing Home in Europe: Results From the SHELTER Study. The Journals of Gerontology Series A: Biological Sciences and Medical Sciences.
Lueckel S.N, Teno J.M, Stephen A.H, Benoit E., Kheirbek T., Adams, Jr. C.A, Cioffi W.G, Thomas K.S.  2019.  Population of Patients With Traumatic Brain Injury in Skilled Nursing Facilities: A Decade of Change. J Head Trauma Rehabil. 34(1):E39-e45.
Fernández-Gassó L, Hernando-Arizaleta L, Palomar-Rodríguez JA, Abellán-Pérez MVictoria, Hernández-Vicente Á, Pascual-Figal DA.  2018.  Population-based Study of First Hospitalizations for Heart Failure and the Interaction Between Readmissions and Survival. Revista Española de Cardiología (English Edition).
Phillips C.D, Morris J.N.  1997.  The potential for using administrative and clinical data to analyze outcomes for the cognitively impaired: an assessment of the minimum data set for nursing homes. Alzheimer Disease & Associated Disorders. 11(Suppl 6):162-7.
Harman LE, Guthrie DM, Cohen J, Declercq A, Fisher K, Goodridge D, Hirdes JP, Seow H.  2019.  Potential quality indicators for seriously ill home care clients: a cross-sectional analysis using Resident Assessment Instrument for Home Care (RAI-HC) data for Ontario. BMC palliative care. 18(1):3-3.
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.
Fialova D., Topinkova E., Gambassi G., Finne-Soveri H., Jonsson P.V, Carpenter I., Schroll M., Onder G., Sorbye L.W, Wagner C. et al..  2005.  Potentially inappropriate medication use among elderly home care patients in Europe. JAMA. 293(11):1348-58.
Zimmerman DR.  1997.  The power of information: Using resident assessment data to assure and improve the quality of nursing home care. Generations. 21(4):52.
Flacker J.M, Kiely D.K.  1998.  A practical approach to identifying mortality-related factors in established long-term care residents. J Am Geriatr Soc. 46(8):1012-5.
Gagliardi C., Corsonello A., Di Rosa M., Fabbietti P., Cherubini A., Mercante O., Mazzei B., Postacchini D., Deales A., Bustacchini S. et al..  2018.  Preadmission Functional Decline Predicts Functional Improvement Among Older Patients Admitted to Acute Care Hospital. J Gerontol A Biol Sci Med Sci. 73(10):1363-1369.
Finne-Soveri U.H, Tilvis R.S.  1999.  Predictability of death in end-stage dementia: Patient characteristics and work-load associated with the condition. International Journal of Geriatric Psychopharmacology. 2(1):5-9.
Sinn C.L, Tran J., Pauley T., Hirdes J..  2016.  Predicting Adverse Outcomes After Discharge From Complex Continuing Care Hospital Settings to the Community. Prof Case Manag. 21(3):127-36;quizE3-4.
Jerez-Roig J, Moreira FSueli Mont, da Câmara SMaria Aire, Ferreira LMaria de B, Lima KCosta.  2019.  Predicting continence decline in institutionalized older people: A longitudinal analysis. Neurourology and Urodynamics. 38(3):958-967.
Mehr D.R, Williams B.C, Fries B.E.  1997.  Predicting discharge outcomes of VA nursing home residents. Journal of Aging & Health. 9(2):244-65.
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.
Tjam EY, Heckman GA, Smith S, Arai B, Hirdes J, Poss J, McKelvie RS.  2012.  Predicting heart failure mortality in frail seniors: Comparing the NYHA functional classification with the Resident Assessment Instrument (RAI) 2.0. International Journal of Cardiology. 155(1):75-80.
Neufeld E, Perlman CM, Hirdes JP.  2012.  Predicting inpatient aggression using the interRAI risk of harm to others clinical assessment protocol. The journal of behavioral health services & research. 39(4):472-480.
Stewart SL, Kam C, Baiden P.  2013.  Predicting length of stay and readmission for psychiatric inpatient youth admitted to adult mental health beds in Ontario, Canada. Child and Adolescent Mental Health. :n/a-n/a.
James M.L, Wiley E., Fries B.E.  2007.  Predicting nursing facility transition candidates using AID: a case study. Gerontologist. 47(5):625-32.
Williams B.C, Li Y., Fries B.E, Warren R.L.  1997.  Predicting patient scores between the functional independence measure and the minimum data set: development and performance of a FIM-MDS "crosswalk".[erratum appears in Arch Phys Med Rehabil 1998 Feb;79(2):231]. Archives of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation. 78(1):48-54.
Smith TFrise, Hirdes JP.  2009.  Predicting social isolation among geriatric psychiatry patients. International Psychogeriatrics. 21(01):50-59.
van der Steen J.T, Mitchell S.L, Frijters D.H, Kruse R.L, Ribbe M.W.  2007.  Prediction of 6-month mortality in nursing home residents with advanced dementia: validity of a risk score. Journal of the American Medical Directors Association. 8(7):464-8.
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.
Langmore S.E, Skarupski K.A, Park P.S, Fries B.E.  2002.  Predictors of aspiration pneumonia in nursing home residents. Dysphagia. 17(4):298-307.
Hirdes JP, Freeman S, Smith TFrise, Stolee P.  2012.  Predictors of caregiver distress among palliative home care clients in Ontario: Evidence based on the interRAI Palliative Care. Palliative & Supportive Care. FirstView:1-9.