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2000
Kiely D.K, Simon S.E, Jones R.N, Morris J.N.  2000.  The protective effect of social engagement on mortality in long-term care. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society. 48(11):1367-72.
1997
Steel K., Sherwood S., Ribbe M.  1997.  A person-specific stadardized assessment instrument.. Age & Ageing. 26(2):83-85.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Brandeis G.H, Baumann M.M, Hossain M., Morris J.N, Resnick N.M.  1997.  The Prevalence of Potentially Remediable Urinary Incontinence in Frail Older People: A Study Using the Minimum Data Set. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society. 45(2):179-84.
Ikegami N..  1997.  Public long-term care insurance in Japan. Jama. 278(16):1310-4.