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Resnick H.E, Fries B.E, Verbrugge L.M.  1997.  Windows to their world: the effect of sensory impairments on social engagement and activity time in nursing home residents. Journals of Gerontology Series B-Psychological Sciences & Social Sciences. 52(3):S135-44.
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.
Bjorkgren M.A, Hakkinen U., Finne-Soveri U.H, Fries B.E.  1999.  Validity and reliability of Resource Utilization Groups (RUG-III) in Finnish long-term care facilities. Scandinavian Journal of Public Health. 27(3):228-34.
Poss J.W, Hirdes J.P, Fries B.E, McKillop I., Chase M..  2008.  Validation of Resource Utilization Groups version III for Home Care (RUG-III/HC): evidence from a Canadian home care jurisdiction. Medical Care. 46(4):380-7.
Fries B.E, Schmorrow A., Lang S.W, Margolis P.M, Heany J., Brown G.P, Barbaree H.E, Hirdes J.P.  2013.  Symptoms and treatment of mental illness among prisoners: a study of Michigan state prisons. Int J Law Psychiatry. 36(3-4):316-25.
Ahronheim J.C, Mulvihill M., Sieger C., Park P., Fries B.E.  2001.  State practice variations in the use of tube feeding for nursing home residents with severe cognitive impairment.[see comment]. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society. 49(2):148-52.
Gray L.C, Bernabei R., Berg K., Finne-Soveri H., Fries B.E, Hirdes J.P, Jonsson P.V, Morris J.N, Steel K., Arino-Blasco S..  2008.  Standardizing assessment of elderly people in acute care: the interRAI Acute Care instrument. J Am Geriatr Soc. 56(3):536-41.
Howard E.P, Morris J.N, Steel K., Strout K.A, Fries B.E, Moore A., Garms-Homolova V..  2016.  Short-Term Lifestyle Strategies for Sustaining Cognitive Status. Biomed Res Int. 2016:7405748.
Morris J.N, Berg K., Fries B.E, Steel K., Howard E.P.  2013.  Scaling functional status within the interRAI suite of assessment instruments. BMC Geriatr. 13:128.
Dalby D.M, Hirdes J.P, Fries B.E.  2005.  Risk adjustment methods for Home Care Quality Indicators (HCQIs) based on the minimum data set for home care. BMC Health Services Research. 5(1):7.
Hirdes J.P, Smith T.F, Rabinowitz T., Yamauchi K., Pérez E., Telegdi N.C, Prendergast P., Morris J.N, Ikegami N., Phillips C.D et al..  2002.  The Resident Assessment Instrument-Mental Health (RAI-MH): inter-rater reliability and convergent validity. J Behav Health Serv Res. 29(4):419-32.
Hawes C., Morris J.N, Phillips C.D, Mor V., Fries B.E, Nonemaker S..  1995.  Reliability estimates for the Minimum Data Set for nursing home resident assessment and care screening (MDS). Gerontologist. 35(2):172-8.
Phillips C.D, Hawes C., Fries B.E.  1993.  Reducing the use of physical restraints in nursing homes: will it increase costs? American Journal of Public Health. 83(3):342-8.
Steel K., Ljunggren G., Topinkova E., Morris J.N, Vitale C., Parzuchowski J., Nonemaker S., Frijters D.H, Rabinowitz T., Murphy K.M et al..  2003.  The RAI-PC: an assessment instrument for palliative care in all settings. American Journal of Hospice & Palliative Care. 20(3):211-9.
Voelkl J.E, Fries B.E, Galecki A.T.  1995.  Predictors of nursing home residents' participation in activity programs. Gerontologist. 35(1):44-51.
Hirdes J.P, Dalby D.M, Steel R.K, Carpenter G.I, Bernabei R., Morris J.N, Fries B.E.  2006.  Predictors of influenza immunization among home care clients in Ontario. Can J Public Health. 97(4):335-9.
Langmore S.E, Skarupski K.A, Park P.S, Fries B.E.  2002.  Predictors of aspiration pneumonia in nursing home residents. Dysphagia. 17(4):298-307.
Morris J.N, Howard E.P, Steel K., Schreiber R., Fries B.E, Lipsitz L.A, Goldman B..  2014.  Predicting risk of hospital and emergency department use for home care elderly persons through a secondary analysis of cross-national data. BMC Health Serv Res. 14:519.
Williams B.C, Li Y., Fries B.E, Warren R.L.  1997.  Predicting patient scores between the functional independence measure and the minimum data set: development and performance of a FIM-MDS "crosswalk".[erratum appears in Arch Phys Med Rehabil 1998 Feb;79(2):231]. Archives of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation. 78(1):48-54.
Williams B.C, Li Y., Fries B.E, Warren R.L.  1997.  Predicting patient scores between the functional independence measure and the minimum data set: development and performance of a FIM-MDS "crosswalk". Arch Phys Med Rehabil. 78(1):48-54.
James M.L, Wiley E., Fries B.E.  2007.  Predicting nursing facility transition candidates using AID: a case study. Gerontologist. 47(5):625-32.
Williams B.C, Fries B.E, Mehr D.R.  1996.  Patterns and determinants of health services use and mortality after VA nursing home care. Journal of Aging & Health. 8(2):280-301.
Fries B.E, Simon S.E, Morris J.N, Flodstrom C., Bookstein F.L.  2001.  Pain in U.S. nursing homes: validating a pain scale for the minimum data set.[see comment]. Gerontologist. 41(2):173-9.
Fries B.E, Simon S.E, Morris J.N, Flodstrom C., Bookstein F.L.  2001.  Pain in U.S. nursing homes: validating a pain scale for the minimum data set. Gerontologist. 41(2):173-9.
Koehler M., Rabinowitz T., Hirdes J., Stones M., Carpenter G.I, Fries B.E, Morris J.N, Jones R.N.  2005.  Measuring depression in nursing home residents with the MDS and GDS: an observational psychometric study. BMC Geriatr. 5:1.