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Hartmaier S.L, Sloane P.D, Guess H.A, Koch G.G.  1994.  The MDS Cognition Scale: a valid instrument for identifying and staging nursing home residents with dementia using the minimum data set.[see comment]. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society. 42(11):1173-9.
Hawes C., Morris J.N, Phillips C.D, Fries B.E, Murphy K., Mor V..  1997.  Development of the nursing home Resident Assessment Instrument in the USA. Age & Ageing. 26(Suppl 2):19-25.
Hawes C., Mor V., Phillips C.D, Fries B.E, Morris J.N, Steele-Friedlob E., Greene A.M, Nennstiel M..  1997.  The OBRA-87 nursing home regulations and implementation of the Resident Assessment Instrument: effects on process quality.[see comment]. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society. 45(8):977-85.
Hawes C, Morris JN, Phillips CD, Mor V, Fries BE, Nonemaker S.  1995.  Reliability estimates for the Minimum Data Set for nursing home resident assessment and care screening (MDS). Gerontologist. 35(2):172-8.
Hirdes J.P, Forbes W.F.  1989.  Estimates of the relative risk of mortality based on the ontario longitudinal study of aging. Canadian Journal on Aging. 8(3):222-237.
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.
Hirdes J.P, Botz C.A, Kozak J., Lepp V..  1996.  Identifying an appropriate case mix measure for chronic care: evidence from an Ontario pilot study. Healthcare Management Forum. 9(1):40-6.
Hirdes J.P, Hallman K.G.  1996.  Smoking status of chronic hospital patients: implications for health promotion programs. Canadian Journal of Public Health Revue Canadienne de Sante Publique. 87(5):317-8.
Hirdes J.P, Carpenter G.I.  1997.  Health outcomes among the frail elderly in communities and institutions: Use of the Minimum Data Set (MDS) to create effective linkages between research and policy. Canadian Journal on Aging. 16(SUPPL):53-69.
Hirdes J.P, Naus P.J, Young J.E.  1994.  The use of preventive home visits among frail elderly persons: Evidence from three European countries. Canadian Journal on Aging. 13(4):499-509.
Hirdes J.P.  2001.  Long-term care funding in Canada: a policy mosaic. Journal of Aging & Social Policy. 13(2-3):69-81.
Hirdes J.P, Frijters D.H, Teare G.F.  2003.  The MDS-CHESS scale: a new measure to predict mortality in institutionalized older people. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society. 51(1):96-100.
Hirdes J.P, Brown K.S, Vigoda D.S, Forbes W.F, Crawford L..  1987.  Health effects of cigarette smoking: data from the Ontario Longitudinal Study on Aging. Canadian Journal of Public Health Revue Canadienne de Sante Publique. 78(1):13-7.
Hirdes J.P, Maxwell C.J.  1994.  Smoking cessation and quality of life outcomes among older adults in the Campbell's Survey on Well-Being. Canadian Journal of Public Health Revue Canadienne de Sante Publique. 85(2):99-102.
Hirdes J.P.  1999.  Quality control in nursing homes.[comment]. CMAJ Canadian Medical Association Journal. 161(2):127.
Hirdes J.P, Forbes W.F.  1993.  Factors associated with the maintenance of good self-rated health. Journal of Aging & Health. 5(1):101-122.
Hirdes J.P, Brown K.S.  1996.  A survival analysis of institutional relocation in a chronic care hospital. Canadian Journal on Aging. 15(4):514-524.
Hirdes J.P, Martin N.J.  1993.  The specification of levels of active intervention in a chronic care hospital. Journal of Applied Gerontology. 12(2):125-138.
Hirdes J.P.  1997.  Development of a crosswalk from the Minimum Data Set 2.0 to the Alberta Resident Classification System. Healthcare Management Forum. 10(1):27-9,32-4.
Hirdes J.P, Forbes W.F.  1992.  The importance of social relationships, socioeconomic status and health practices with respect to mortality among healthy Ontario males. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology. 45(2):175-82.
Hirdes J.P, Strain L.A.  1995.  The balance of exchange in instrumental support with network members outside the household. Journals of Gerontology Series B-Psychological Sciences & Social Sciences. 50(3):S134-42.
Hirdes J.P, Brown K.S.  1994.  The statistical analysis of event histories in longitudinal studies of aging. Canadian Journal on Aging. 13(3):332-352.
Hirdes J.P, Marhaba M., Smith T.F, Clyburn L., Mitchell L., Lemick R.A, Telegdi N.C, Pérez E., Prendergast P., Rabinowitz T. et al..  2000.  Development of the Resident Assessment Instrument--Mental Health (RAI-MH).[see comment]. Hospital Quarterly. 4(2):44-51.
Hughes C.M, Lapane K.L, Mor V., Ikegami N., Jonsson P.V, Ljunggren G., Sgadari A..  2000.  The impact of legislation on psychotropic drug use in nursing homes: a cross-national perspective. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society. 48(8):931-7.
Hughes C.M, Lapane K.L, Mor V..  1999.  Impact of legislation on nursing home care in the United States: lessons for the United Kingdom. BMJ. 319(7216):1060-2.