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Teno J.M, Branco K.J, Mor V., Phillips C.D, Hawes C., Morris J., Fries B.E.  1997.  Changes in advance care planning in nursing homes before and after the patient Self-Determination Act: report of a 10-state survey. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society. 45(8):939-44.
Mor V., Intrator O., Fries B.E, Phillips C., Teno J., Hiris J., Hawes C., Morris J..  1997.  Changes in hospitalization associated with introducing the Resident Assessment Instrument.[see comment]. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society. 45(8):1002-10.
Fries B.E, Hawes C., Morris J.N, Phillips C.D, Mor V., Park P.S.  1997.  Effect of the National Resident Assessment Instrument on selected health conditions and problems. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society. 45(8):994-1001.
Fries B.E, Hawes C., Morris J.N, Phillips C.D, Mor V., Park P.S.  1997.  Effect of the National Resident Assessment Instrument on selected health conditions and problems.[see comment]. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society. 45(8):994-1001.
Williams B.C, Li Y., Fries B.E, Warren R.L.  1997.  Predicting patient scores between the functional independence measure and the minimum data set: development and performance of a FIM-MDS "crosswalk". Arch Phys Med Rehabil. 78(1):48-54.
Williams B.C, Li Y., Fries B.E, Warren R.L.  1997.  Predicting patient scores between the functional independence measure and the minimum data set: development and performance of a FIM-MDS "crosswalk".[erratum appears in Arch Phys Med Rehabil 1998 Feb;79(2):231]. Archives of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation. 78(1):48-54.
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.
Resnick H.E, Fries B.E, Verbrugge L.M.  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.