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Zyczkowska J., Szczerbinska K., Jantzi M.R, Hirdes J.P.  2007.  Pain among the oldest old in community and institutional settings. Pain. 129(1-2):167-76.
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Zullo A.R, Zhang T., Beaudoin F.L, Lee Y., McConeghy K.W, Kiel D.P, Daiello L.A, Mor V., Berry S.D.  2018.  Pain Treatments After Hip Fracture Among Older Nursing Home Residents. J Am Med Dir Assoc. 19(2):174-176.
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Soldato M., Liperoti R., Landi F., Carpenter I.G, Bernabei R., Onder G..  2008.  Patient depression and caregiver attitudes: Results from The AgeD in HOme Care study. J Affect Disord. 106(1-2):107-15.
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Zullo AR, Olean M, Berry SD, Lee Y, Tjia J, Steinman MA.  2018.  Patient-Important Adverse Events of β-blockers in Frail Older Adults after Acute Myocardial Infarction. The Journals of Gerontology: Series A.
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Wodchis W.P, Fries B.E, Pollack H..  2004.  Payer Incentives and Physical Rehabilitation Therapy for Nonelderly Institutional Long-Term Care Residents: Evidence from Michigan and Ontario. Archives of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation. 85(2):210-217.
Phillips C.D.  2015.  The Pediatric Home Care/Expenditure Classification Model (P/ECM): A Home Care Case-Mix Model for Children Facing Special Health Care Challenges. Health Serv Insights. 8:35-43.
Geffen LN, Kelly G, Morris JN, Howard EP.  2019.  Peer-to-peer support model to improve quality of life among highly vulnerable, low-income older adults in Cape Town, South Africa. BMC geriatrics. 19(1):279-279.
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Lee B, Howard EP.  2019.  Physical Activity and Positive Psychological Well-Being Attributes Among U.S. Latino Older Adults. Journal of gerontological nursing. 45(6):44-56.
Landi F., Onder G., Carpenter I., Cesari M., Soldato M., Bernabei R..  2007.  Physical activity prevented functional decline among frail community-living elderly subjects in an international observational study. J Clin Epidemiol. 60(5):518-24.
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.
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