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Feng Z.L, Hirdes J.P, Smith T.F, Finne-Soveri H., Chi I., Pasquier J.NDu, Gilgen R., Ikegami N., Mor V..  2009.  Use of physical restraints and antipsychotic medications in nursing homes: a cross-national study. International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry. 24(10):1110-1118.
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.
Finne-Soveri H..  1999.  It really is possible to measure, compare and improve the quality of care in the institutional long-term care.. Duodecim. 115:1600-1610.
Finne-Soveri H., Noro A.  2000.  RAI: A new tool for planning of the elderly care.. Sairaala. 4(62):12-14.
Finne-Soveri H., Noro A, Bjorkgren M.A, Vahakangas P.  2000.  Improving the individual care.. Sairaanhoitaja-Sjukskoterskan. 73(5):19-22.
Finne-Soveri H., Pitkala K..  2007.  Is older age a blessing for persons with painful conditions? Pain. 129(1-2):3-4.
Finne-Soveri H., Sorbye L.W, Jonsson P.V, Carpenter G.I, Bernabei R..  2008.  Increased work-load associated with faecal incontinence among home care patients in 11 European countries. European Journal of Public Health. 18(3):323-8.
Finne-Soveri H., Tilvis R.S.  1998.  Daily pain, its associates and impact on work load in institutional long-term care. Archives of Gerontology & Geriatrics. 27(2):105-114.
Foebel A.D, Liperoti R., Onder G., Finne-Soveri H., Henrard J.C, Lukas A., Denkinger M.D, Gambassi G., Bernabei R., Investigators SHELTERStudy.  2014.  Use of Antipsychotic Drugs Among Residents With Dementia in European Long-Term Care Facilities: Results From the SHELTER Study. Journal of the American Medical Directors Association. 15(12):911-917.
Fries B.E, Morris J.N, Bernabei R., Finne-Soveri H., Hirdes J..  2007.  Rethinking the Resident Assessment Protocols. J Am Geriatr Soc. 55(7):1139-40.