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Martin L..  2014.  Re-examining the relationship between intellectual disability and receipt of inpatient psychiatry and complex continuing care services in Ontario, Canada. International Journal of Developmental Disabilities. 60(2):65-79.
Martin L., Ashworth M..  2010.  Deinstitutionalization in Ontario, Canada: Understanding Who Moved When. Journal of Policy and Practice in Intellectual Disabilities. 7(3):167-176.
Martin L., Cobigo V..  2011.  Definitions Matter in Understanding Social Inclusion. Journal of Policy and Practice in Intellectual Disabilities. 8(4):276-282.
Martin L., Fries B.E, Hirdes J.P, James M..  2011.  Using the RUG-III classification system for understanding the resource intensity of persons with intellectual disability residing in nursing homes. Journal of Intellectual Disabilities. 15(2):131-141.
Martin L., Hirdes J.P.  2014.  Exploring the impact of common assessment instrumentation on communication and collaboration in inpatient and community-based mental health settings: a focus group study. Bmc Health Services Research. 14
Martin L., Hirdes J.P, Fries B.E.  2007.  Examining the characteristics of persons with intellectual disability receiving hospital services, Part 2: Complex continuing care hospitals/units. Journal on Developmental Disabilities. 13(3):105-117.
Martin L., Hirdes J.P., Fries B.E..  2007.  Examining the Characteristics of Persons with Intellectual Disability Receiving Hospital Services: Part 2 - Complex Continuing Care Hospitals/Units. Journal on Developmental Disabilities. 13(3):105-117.
Martin L., Hirdes J.P, Morris J.N, Montague P., Rabinowitz T., Fries B.E.  2009.  Validating the Mental Health Assessment Protocols (MHAPs) in the Resident Assessment Instrument Mental Health (RAI-MH). Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing. 16(7):646-653.
Martin L., McKenzie K., Ouellette-Kuntz H..  2018.  Once frail, always frail? Frailty transitions in home care users with intellectual and developmental disabilities Geriatrics & Gerontology International. 18(4):547-553.
Martin L., Ouellette-Kuntz H., McKenzie K..  2017.  Care in the Community: Home Care Use Among Adults With Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Over Time. Journal of Policy and Practice in Intellectual Disabilities. 14(3):251-254.
Martin L., Ouellette-Kuntz H., McKenzie K..  2018.  Use of home care services among adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities: does where you live matter? Research and Practice in Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. 5(2):192-201.
Martin L., Perlman C., Bieling P..  2015.  Using the RAI-MH to support shared decision-making in mental healthcare. Healthc Manage Forum. 28(4):163-6.
Martin L., Perlman C.M, Hirdes J.P.  2011.  Social relationships and activities among married psychiatric inpatients with sexual difficulties. J Sex Marital Ther. 37(4):307-22.
Martin L., Poss J.W, Hirdes J.P, Jones R.N, Stones M.J, Fries B.E.  2008.  Predictors of a new depression diagnosis among older adults admitted to complex continuing care: implications for the depression rating scale (DRS). Age and Ageing. 37(1):51-6.
Martin L., Rabinowitz T., Montague P..  2012.  Urinary incontinence in inpatient psychiatry: prevalence, change and relationship to length of stay. Journal of Clinical Nursing. 21(15-16):2219-2227.