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Predictors of nursing home residents' participation in activity programs. Gerontologist. 35(1):44-51.. 1995.
The RAI-PC: an assessment instrument for palliative care in all settings. American Journal of Hospice & Palliative Care. 20(3):211-9.. 2003.
Reducing the use of physical restraints in nursing homes: will it increase costs? American Journal of Public Health. 83(3):342-8.. 1993.
The Resident Assessment Instrument-Mental Health (RAI-MH): inter-rater reliability and convergent validity. J Behav Health Serv Res. 29(4):419-32.. 2002.
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.. 2005.
Scaling functional status within the interRAI suite of assessment instruments. BMC Geriatr. 13:128.. 2013.
Short-Term Lifestyle Strategies for Sustaining Cognitive Status. Biomed Res Int. 2016:7405748.. 2016.
Standardizing assessment of elderly people in acute care: the interRAI Acute Care instrument. J Am Geriatr Soc. 56(3):536-41.. 2008.
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.. 2001.
Symptoms and treatment of mental illness among prisoners: a study of Michigan state prisons. Int J Law Psychiatry. 36(3-4):316-25.. 2013.
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.. 2008.
Validity and reliability of Resource Utilization Groups (RUG-III) in Finnish long-term care facilities. Scandinavian Journal of Public Health. 27(3):228-34.. 1999.
Validity of the minimum data set for assessing nutritional status in nursing home residents. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 66(4):787-94.. 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.. 1997.