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Sorbye L.W, Hansen S., Sorbye S.W.  1993.  [Voluntary active euthanasia--attitude among nursing students]. Sykepleien Fag. 81(3):37-40,62.
Pesonen T, Saarela K-M, Falck A, Edgren J, Kyngäs H, Siira H.  2023.  Visual impairment and the need for vision care services amongst older Finnish people receiving home care. Nursing Open. 10(4):2519-2529.
Wood S., Cummings JL, Schnelle B, Stephens M.  2002.  A videotape-based training method for improving the detection of depression in residents of long-term care facilities.. The Gerontologist. 42(1):114-121.
Poss J.W, Hirdes J.P.  2016.  Very Frequent Fallers and Future Fall Injury: Continuous Risk Among Community-Dwelling Home Care Recipients. J Aging Health. 28(4):587-99.
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Petterson T.M, Smith C.Y, Emerson J.A, Bailey K.R, Ashrani A.A, Heit J.A, Leibson C.L.  2018.  Venous Thromboembolism (VTE) Incidence and VTE-Associated Survival among Olmsted County Residents of Local Nursing Homes. Thromb Haemost. 118(7):1316-1328.
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Giovannini-Green Z.EM, Gamble J.M, Barrett B., Gao Z., Stuckless S., Parfrey P.S.  2021.  Variation and appropriateness of antipsychotic use in long-term care facilities across Newfoundland and Labrador. Canadian Pharmacists Journal. 154(3):205-212.
Kleijer B.C, van Marum R.J, Frijters D.HM, Jansen P.AF, Ribbe M.W, Egberts A.CG, Heerdink E.R.  2014.  Variability between nursing homes in prevalence of antipsychotic use in patients with dementia. International Psychogeriatrics. 26(3):363-371.
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Lix L.M, Yan L., Blackburn D., Hu N., Schneider-Lindner V., Teare G.F.  2014.  Validity of the RAI-MDS for ascertaining diabetes and comorbid conditions in long-term care facility residents. BMC health services research. 14(pp 17)
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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.
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Cabral LAfonso Bat, Machado Wde Lara, Ferlin ELuiz, Hirdes JP, Marrone LCarlos Por, Hirdes A.  2021.  VALIDITY OF THE INSTRUMENT interRAI EMERGENCY SCREENER FOR PSYCHIATRY FOR THE BRAZILIAN CONTEXT.
Gambassi G., Landi F., Peng L., Brostrup-Jensen C., Calore K., Hirdes J., Lipsitz L., Mor V., Bernabei R..  1998.  Validity of diagnostic and drug data in standardized nursing home resident assessments: potential for geriatric pharmacoepidemiology. SAGE Study Group. Systematic Assessment of Geriatric drug use via Epidemiology. Medical Care. 36(2):167-79.
Snowden M, McCormick W, Russo J, Srebnik D, Comtois K, Bowen J.  1999.  Validity and responsiveness of the Minimum Data Set.. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society. 47(8):1000-1004.
Goossen W, Dassen T, Dijkstra A, Hasman A, Tiesinga L, Van Den Heuvel W.  2003.  Validity and reliability of the Nursing Minimum Data Set for the Netherlands (NMDSN). Scandinavian Journal of Caring Sciences. 17(1):19-29.
Anderson R.L, Buckwalter K.C, Buchanan R.J, Maas M.L, Imhof S.L.  2003.  Validity and reliability of the Minimum Data Set Depression Rating Scale (MDSDRS) for older adults in nursing homes. Age Ageing. 32(4):435-8.
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.
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Hartmaier S.L, Sloane P.D, Guess H.A, Koch G.G, Mitchell C.M, Phillips C.D.  1995.  Validation of the Minimum Data Set Cognitive Performance Scale: agreement with the Mini-Mental State Examination. Journals of Gerontology Series A-Biological Sciences & Medical Sciences. 50(2):M128-33.