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Acute confusion indicators: risk factors and prevalence using MDS data.. Research in Nursing & Health. 22(2):244-265.. 1999.
Assessing quality of nursing home care: the foundation for improving resident outcomes. Journal of Nursing Care Quality. 10(4):1-9.. 1996.
Examining MDS (Minimum Data Set) resident assessments for the impact on public policy. Journal of Long Term Care Administration. 23(3):18-21.. 1995.
Improving quality of care in nursing facilities. Gerontological clinical nurse specialist as research nurse consultant. Journal of Gerontological Nursing. 26(4):6-13.. 2000.
Initial field testing of an instrument to measure: observable indicators of nursing home care quality. Journal of Nursing Care Quality. 14(3):1-12.. 2000.
Minimum Data Set and Resident Assessment Instrument. Can using standardized assessment improve clinical practice and outcomes of care? Journal of Gerontological Nursing. 25(6):35-43;quiz54-5.. 1999.
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.. 2000.
Randomized clinical trial of a quality improvement intervention in nursing homes. Gerontologist. 41(4):525-38.. 2001.
Setting thresholds for MDS (Minimum Data Set) quality indicators for nursing home quality improvement reports. Joint Commission Journal on Quality Improvement. 23(11):602-11.. 1997.
Setting thresholds for quality indicators derived from MDS data for nursing home quality improvement reports: an update. Joint Commission Journal on Quality Improvement. 26(2):101-10.. 2000.
Verifying nursing home care quality using minimum data set quality indicators and other quality measures. Journal of Nursing Care Quality. 12(2):54-62.. 1997.