Self-Rated Health, Cognition, and Dual Sensory Impairment Are Important Predictors of Depression Among Home Care Clients in Ontario. Home Health Care Management & Practice. 28(1):35-43.. 2015.
The Role of Medications in Predicting Activity Restriction Due to a Fear of Falling. Journal of Aging and Health. 24(2):269-286.. 2012.
Quality Indicator Rates for Seriously Ill Home Care Clients: Analysis of Resident Assessment Instrument for Home Care Data in Six Canadian Provinces. Journal of palliative medicine. 22(11):1346-1356.. 2019.
Prevalence and risk factors of depressive symptoms in a Canadian palliative home care population: a cross-sectional study. BMC Palliative Care. 13:10-10.. 2014.
Potential quality indicators for seriously ill home care clients: a cross-sectional analysis using Resident Assessment Instrument for Home Care (RAI-HC) data for Ontario. BMC palliative care. 18(1):3-3.. 2019.
The Health and Well-Being of Older Adults with Dual Sensory Impairment (DSI) in Four Countries. PLoS ONE. 11(5):e0155073.. 2016.
Development of a case-mix funding system for adults with combined vision and hearing loss. BMC Health Services Research. 13:137-137.. 2013.
A Deterioration in Hearing Is Associated With Functional and Cognitive Impairments, Difficulty With Communication, and Greater Health Instability. Journal of applied gerontology : the official journal of the Southern Gerontological Society. 39(2):159-171.. 2020.
Detection of vision and /or hearing loss using the interRAI Community Health Assessment aligns well with common behavioral vision/hearing measurements. PloS one. 14(10):e0223123-e0223123.. 2019.
Data sharing between home care professionals: a feasibility study using the RAI Home Care instrument. BMC Geriatrics. 14:81-81.. 2014.
A comparison of home care quality indicator rates in two Canadian provinces. BMC Health Services Research. 14:37-37.. 2014.