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Foebel A.D, Hirdes J.P, Heckman G.A.  2012.  Caregiver status affects medication adherence among older home care clients with heart failure. Aging Clin Exp Res. 24(6):718-21.
Northwood M., Turcotte L.A, McArthur C., Egbujie B.A, Berg K., Boscart V.M, Heckman G.A, Hirdes J.P, Wagg A.S.  2022.  Changes in Urinary Continence After Admission to a Complex Care Setting: A Multistate Transition Model. Journal of the American Medical Directors Association. 23(10):1683-1690.e2.
Vetrano D.L, Foebel A.D, Marengoni A., Brandi V., Collamati A., Heckman G.A, Hirdes J., Bernabei R., Onder G..  2016.  Chronic diseases and geriatric syndromes: The different weight of comorbidity. Eur J Intern Med. 27:62-7.
Foebel A.D, Hirdes J.P, Heckman G.A, Kergoat M.J, Patten S., Marrie R.A.  2013.  Diagnostic data for neurological conditions in interRAI assessments in home care, nursing home and mental health care settings: a validity study. BMC Health Serv Res. 13:457.
Boscart V.M, Heckman G.A, Huson K., Brohman L., Harkness K.I, Hirdes J., McKelvie R.S, Stolee P..  2017.  Implementation of an interprofessional communication and collaboration intervention to improve care capacity for heart failure management in long-term care. J Interprof Care. 31(5):583-592.
Egbujie B.A, Northwood M., Turcotte L.A, McArthur C., Berg K., Heckman G.A, Wagg A.S, Hirdes J.P.  2022.  Predictors of improvement in urinary incontinence in the postacute setting: A Canadian cohort study. Neurourology and Urodynamics. 41(8):1749-1763.
Mulla R.T, Turcotte L.A, Wellens N.IH, Angevaare M.J, Weir J., Jantzi M., Hebert P.C, Heckman G.A, van Hout H., Millar N. et al..  2022.  Prevalence and predictors of influenza vaccination in long-term care homes: a cross-national retrospective observational study. BMJ Open. 12(4):e057517.
van Solm A.IT, Hirdes J.P, Eckel L.A, Heckman G.A, Bigelow P.L.  2017.  Using standard clinical assessments for home care to identify vulnerable populations before, during, and after disasters. Journal of emergency management. 15(6):355-366.