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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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Knight J., Jantzi M., Hirdes J., Rabinowitz T..  2018.  Predictors of Electroconvulsive Therapy Use in a Large Inpatient Psychiatry Population. J ect. 34(1):35-39.
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.
Gambassi G., Landi F., Lapane K.L, Sgadari A., Mor V., Bernabei R..  1999.  Predictors of mortality in patients with Alzheimer's disease living in nursing homes. J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry. 67(1):59-65.
Voelkl J.E, Fries B.E, Galecki A.T.  1995.  Predictors of nursing home residents' participation in activity programs. Gerontologist. 35(1):44-51.
Gindin J., Walter-Ginzburg A., Geitzen M., Epstein S., Levi S., Landi F., Bernabei R..  2007.  Predictors of rehabilitation outcomes: a comparison of Israeli and Italian geriatric post-acute care (PAC) facilities using the minimum data set (MDS). J Am Med Dir Assoc. 8(4):233-42.
Dosa D., Intrator O., McNicoll L., Cang Y., Teno J..  2007.  Preliminary derivation of a Nursing Home Confusion Assessment Method based on data from the Minimum Data Set. J Am Geriatr Soc. 55(7):1099-105.
Masson PC, Perlman CM, Ross SA, Gates AL.  2007.  Premature termination of treatment in an inpatient eating disorder programme. European Eating Disorders Review. 15(4):275-82.
Ilango S., Pillans P., Peel N.M, Scott I., Gray L.C, Hubbard R.E.  2017.  Prescribing in the oldest old inpatients: a retrospective analysis of patients referred for specialist geriatric consultation. Intern Med J. 47(9):1019-1025.
Cowan L.J, Ahn H., Flores M., Yarrow J., Barks L.S, Garvan C., Weaver M.T, Stechmiller J..  2019.  Pressure Ulcer Prevalence by Level of Paralysis in Patients With Spinal Cord Injury in Long-term Care. Adv Skin Wound Care. 32(3):122-130.
Brandeis G.H, Berlowitz D.R, Hossain M., Morris J.N.  1995.  Pressure ulcers: the Minimum Data Set and the Resident Assessment Protocol [This article has been corrected. See Adv Wound Care 1996 Nov-Dec;9(6):8.]. Advances in Wound Care. 8(6):18-25.
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.
Gambassi G., Lapane K., Sgadari A., Landi F., Carbonin P., Hume A., Lipsitz L., Mor V., Bernabei R..  1998.  Prevalence, clinical correlates, and treatment of hypertension in elderly nursing home residents. SAGE (Systematic Assessment of Geriatric Drug Use via Epidemiology) Study Group. Arch Intern Med. 158(21):2377-85.
Wipke-Tevis D.D, Rantz M.J, Mehr D.R, Popejoy L., Petroski G., Madsen R., Conn V.S, Grando V.T, Porter R., Maas M..  2000.  Prevalence, incidence, management, and predictors of venous ulcers in the long-term-care population using the MDS. Advances in Skin & Wound Care. 13(5):218-24.
Kijowska V., Wilga M., Szczerbinska K..  2016.  [The prevalence of chronic diseases and geriatric problems - a comparison of nursing home residents in the skilled and nonskilled long-term care facilities in Poland]. Pol Merkur Lekarski. 41(242):84-9.
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.
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.
Heponiemi T., Elovainio M., Laine J., Pekkarinen L., Eccles M., Noro A., Finne-Soveri H., Sinervo T..  2007.  Productivity and employees' organizational justice perceptions in long-term care for the elderly. Res Nurs Health. 30(5):498-507.