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Baller M., Boorsma M., Frijters D.H, van Marwijk H.W, Nijpels G., van Hout H.P.  2010.  Depression in Dutch homes for the elderly: under-diagnosis in demented residents? Int J Geriatr Psychiatry. 25(7):712-8.
Bernabei R., Gambassi G., Lapane K., Landi F., Gatsonis C., Dunlop R., Lipsitz L., Steel K., Mor V..  1998.  Management of pain in elderly patients with cancer. SAGE Study Group. Systematic Assessment of Geriatric Drug Use via Epidemiology. Jama. 279(23):1877-82.
Blaum C.S, O'Neill E.F, Clements K.M, Fries B.E, Fiatarone M.A.  1997.  Validity of the minimum data set for assessing nutritional status in nursing home residents. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 66(4):787-94.
Blaum C.S, Fries B.E, Fiatarone M.A.  1995.  Factors associated with low body mass index and weight loss in nursing home residents. Journals of Gerontology Series A-Biological Sciences & Medical Sciences. 50(3):M162-8.
Boorsma M., Joling K., Dussel M., Ribbe M., Frijters D., van Marwijk H.W, Nijpels G., van Hout H..  2012.  The incidence of depression and its risk factors in Dutch nursing homes and residential care homes. Am J Geriatr Psychiatry. 20(11):932-42.
Bos J.T, Frijters D.H, Wagner C., Carpenter G.I, Finne-Soveri H., Topinkova E., Garms-Homolova V., Henrard J.C, Jonsson P.V, Sorbye L. et al..  2007.  Variations in quality of Home Care between sites across Europe, as measured by Home Care Quality Indicators. Aging-Clinical & Experimental Research. 19(4):323-9.
Boyd M., Koziol-McLain J., Yates K., Kerse N., McLean C., Pilcher C., Robb G..  2008.  Emergency department case-finding for high-risk older adults: the Brief Risk Identification for Geriatric Health Tool (BRIGHT). Academic emergency medicine : official journal of the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine. 15(7):598-606.
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.
Brandeis G.H, Baumann M.M, Hossain M., Morris J.N, Resnick N.M.  1997.  The prevalence of potentially remediable urinary incontinence in frail older people: a study using the Minimum Data Set.[see comment]. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society. 45(2):179-84.
Buchanan J.L, Andres P.L, Haley S.M, Paddock S.M, Zaslavsky A.M.  2004.  Evaluating the planned substitution of the minimum data set-post acute care for use in the rehabilitation hospital prospective payment system. Medical Care. 42(2):155-63.
Buttar A., Blaum C., Fries B..  2001.  Clinical characteristics and six-month outcomes of nursing home residents with low activities of daily living dependency. J Gerontol A Biol Sci Med Sci. 56(5):M292-7.
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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., 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.
Fisher K., Seow H., Cohen J., Declercq A., Freeman S., Guthrie D.M.  2015.  Patient characteristics associated with prognostic awareness: a study of a Canadian palliative care population using the InterRAI palliative care instrument. J Pain Symptom Manage. 49(4):716-25.
Fournier CJ, Davis MJ, Patnaik A, Elliott TR, Dyer JA, Jasek EE, Phillips CD.  2010.  Modeling caregivers' perceptions of children's need for formal care: physical function, intellectual disability, and behavior. Disability & Health Journal. 3(3):213-21.
Frederiksen K., Tariot P., De Jonghe E..  1996.  Minimum Data Set Plus (MDS+) scores compared with scores from five rating scales. J Am Geriatr Soc. 44(3):305-9.
Freeman S., Hirdes J.P, Stolee P., Garcia J..  2016.  A Cross-Sectional Examination of the Association Between Dyspnea and Distress as Experienced by Palliative Home Care Clients and Their Informal Caregivers. J Soc Work End Life Palliat Care. 12(1-2):82-103.