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Keller H, Hirdes J.P..  2000.  Using the Minimum Data Set to determine the prevalence of nutrition problems.. Canadian Journal of Dietetic Practice and Research. 61(4):165-171.
Keller H, Vucea V, Slaughter SE, Jager-Wittenaar H, Lengyel C, Ottery FD, Carrier N.  2019.  Prevalence of Malnutrition or Risk in Residents in Long Term Care: Comparison of Four Tools. Journal of nutrition in gerontology and geriatrics. 38(4):329-344.
Kehyayan V., Hirdes J.P, Tyas S.L, Stolee P..  2016.  Predictors of Long-Term Care Facility Residents' Self-Reported Quality of Life With Individual and Facility Characteristics in Canada. J Aging Health. 28(3):503-29.
Kehyayan V..  2011.  Relationships between Quality of Life and Selected Resident and Facility Characteristics in Long Term Care Facilities in Canada.. Health Studies and Gerontology - Aging, Health & Well-Being. Ph.D.:273.
Kehyayan V, Hirdes JP.  2018.  Profile of Persons With Epilepsy Receiving Home Care Services. Home Health Care Management & Practice. 30(4):155-163.
Kehyayan V, Hirdes JP.  2019.  Care Needs and Health Care Burden of Persons With Epilepsy Receiving Home Care Services. Home Health Care Management & Practice. 31(1):42-50.
Kash B.A, Castle N.G, Phillips C.D.  2007.  Nursing home spending, staffing, and turnover. Health Care Management Review. 32(3):253-62.
Kash B.A, Hawes C., Phillips C.D.  2007.  Comparing staffing levels in the Online Survey Certification and Reporting (OSCAR) system with the Medicaid Cost Report data: are differences systematic? Gerontologist. 47(4):480-9.
Karon S.L, Sainfort F., Zimmerman D.R.  1999.  Stability of nursing home quality indicators over time. Medical Care. 37(6):570-9.
Karon S.L, Zimmerman D.R.  1996.  Using indicators to structure quality improvement initiatives in long-term care. Qual Manag Health Care. 4(3):54-66.
Kadu M, Heckman GA, Stolee P, Perlman C.  2019.  Risk of Hospitalization in Long-Term Care Residents Living with Heart Failure: a Retrospective Cohort Study. Canadian geriatrics journal : CGJ. 22(4):171-181.