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Beck A.M, Damkjaer K., Sorbye L.W.  2010.  Physical and social functional abilities seem to be maintained by a multifaceted randomized controlled nutritional intervention among old (>65 years) Danish nursing home residents. Archives of Gerontology & Geriatrics. 50(3):351-5.
Berg K., Sherwood S., Murphy K., Carpenter G.I, Gilgen R., Phillips C.D.  1997.  Rehabilitation in nursing homes: a cross-national comparison of recipients. Age & Ageing. 26(Suppl 2):37-42.
Bernabei R., Murphy K., Frijters D., DuPaquier J.N, Gardent H..  1997.  Variation in training programmes for Resident Assessment Instrument implementation. Age Ageing. 26 Suppl 2:31-5.
Berry S.D, Zullo A.R, Lee Y., Mor V., McConeghy K.W, Banerjee G., D'Agostino, Sr. R.B, Daiello L., Dosa D., Kiel D.P.  2018.  Fracture Risk Assessment in Long-term Care (FRAiL): Development and Validation of a Prediction Model. J Gerontol A Biol Sci Med Sci. 73(6):763-769.
Binder E.F, Kruse R.L, Sherman A.K, Madsen R., Zweig S.C, D'Agostino R., Mehr D.R.  2003.  Predictors of short-term functional decline in survivors of nursing home-acquired lower respiratory tract infection. J Gerontol A Biol Sci Med Sci. 58(1):60-7.
Brandeis G.H, Berlowitz D.R, Hossain M., Morris J.N.  1995.  Pressure ulcers: the Minimum Data Set and the Resident Assessment Protocol.[see comment][erratum appears in Adv Wound Care 1996 Nov-Dec;9(6):8]. Advances in Wound Care. 8(6):18-25.
Bula C.J, Wietlisbach V..  2009.  Use of the Cognitive Performance Scale (CPS) to detect cognitive impairment in the acute care setting: concurrent and predictive validity. Brain Res Bull. 80(4-5):173-8.