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Bloomfield K., Wu Z., Broad J.B, Tatton A., Calvert C., Hikaka J., Boyd M., Peri K., Bramley D., Higgins A.M et al..  2022.  Factors associated with healthcare utilization and trajectories in retirement village residents. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society. 70(3):754-765.
Damiano C., Onder G., Zazzara M.B, Carfi A., Zucchelli A., Marengoni A., Vetrano D.L.  2022.  Frailty, multimorbidity patterns and mortality in institutionalized older adults in Italy. Aging Clinical and Experimental Research. 34(12):3123-3130.
Williams N, Phillips NA, Wittich W, Campos JL, Mick P, Orange JB, M. Pichora-Fuller K, Savundranayagam MY, Guthrie DM.  2020.  Hearing and Cognitive Impairments Increase the Risk of Long-term Care Admissions. Innovation in aging. 4(2):igz053-igz053.
Davidson J.GS, Guthrie D.M.  2019.  Older Adults With a Combination of Vision and Hearing Impairment Experience Higher Rates of Cognitive Impairment, Functional Dependence, and Worse Outcomes Across a Set of Quality Indicators. J Aging Health. 31(1):85-108.
Davidson J.GS, Guthrie D.M.  2017.  Older Adults With a Combination of Vision and Hearing Impairment Experience Higher Rates of Cognitive Impairment, Functional Dependence, and Worse Outcomes Across a Set of Quality Indicators. J Aging Health. :898264317723407.
Alfaro A.U, Guthrie D.M, McGraw C., Wittich W..  2020.  Older adults with dual sensory loss in rehabilitation show high functioning and may fare better than those with single sensory loss. Plos One. 15(8)
Webber C., Watt C.L, Bush S.H, Lawlor P.G, Knoefel F., Momoli F., Thavorn K., Casey G., Tanuseputro P..  2022.  Probable Delirium and Associated Patient Characteristics in Long-Term Care and Complex Continuing Care: A Population-Based Observational Study. Journal of the American Medical Directors Association. 23(1):66-72.e2.