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Casemix for The Elderly Inpatient: Resource Utilization Groups (RUGs) Validation Project. Age & Ageing. 24(1):5-13.. 1995.
Addressing the problems of care services for the elderly with a database of primary clinical data. British Journal of Healthcare Computing & Information Management. 14(10):16-18.. 1997.
MDS/RAI provides real hope as an assessment model for older people. The Health Services Journal. 107:20-26.. 1997.
Care of the elderly: Grey matters. The Health Services Journal. 107(535):22-23.. 1997.
International perspectives: learning from other countries about the care of the elderly. Vital Aging Bulletin. 3(3):3-4.. 1997.
RUG-III and resource allocation: comparing the relationship of direct care time with patient characteristics in five countries. Age & Ageing. 26(Suppl 2):61-5.. 1997.
Assessment Against the Criteria for Continuing Care - Importance of the Care Plan. Age and Ageing. 26(suppl_1):P34-c-P34.. 1997.
Casemix for inpatient care of elderly people: Rehabilitation and post-acute care. Age & Ageing. 26(2):123-131.. 1997.
A Comparison of MDS/RAI Activity of Daily Living, Cognitive Performance and Depression Scales with widely used scales. Age and Ageing. 28(S2):29.. 1999.
Targeting and quality of nursing home care. A five-nation study. Aging-Clinical & Experimental Research. 11(2):83-9.. 1999.
Building evidence on chronic disease in old age: Standardised assessments and databases offer one way of building the evidence. BMJ. 320(7234):528-9.. 2000.
A new assessment for elders admitted to acute care: reliability of the MDS-AC. Aging (Milano). 13(4):316-30.. 2001.
Needs and resources - comparing levels of care provided to older people in two social services departments. Age and Ageing. 31:33.. 2002.
Identification of registered nursing care of residents in English nursing homes using the Minimum Data Set Resident Assessment Instrument (MDS/RAI) and Resource Utilisation Groups version III (RUG-III). Age & Ageing. 32(3):279-285.. 2003.