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Phillips C.D, Sloane P.D, Hawes C., Koch G., Han J., Spry K., Dunteman G., Williams R.L.  1997.  Effects of residence in Alzheimer disease special care units on functional outcomes.[see comment][erratum appears in JAMA 1998 Apr 15;279(15):1174]. JAMA. 278(16):1340-4.
Phillips CD, Hawes C, Fries BE.  1994.  High costs of restraints. Provider. 20(2):33-4.
Phillips C.D, Morris J.N, Hawes C., Fries B.E, Mor V., Nennstiel M., Iannacchione V..  1997.  Association of the Resident Assessment Instrument (RAI) with changes in function, cognition, and psychosocial status.[see comment]. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society. 45(8):986-93.
Phillips C.D, Hawes C., Fries B.E.  1993.  Reducing the use of physical restraints in nursing homes: will it increase costs? American Journal of Public Health. 83(3):342-8.
Phillips C.D, Morris J.N.  1997.  The potential for using administrative and clinical data to analyze outcomes for the cognitively impaired: an assessment of the minimum data set for nursing homes. Alzheimer Disease & Associated Disorders. 11(Suppl 6):162-7.
Phillips C.D, Hawes C..  1992.  Nursing home case-mix classification and residents suffering from cognitive impairment: RUG-II and cognition in the Texas case-mix data base. Medical Care. 30(2):105-16.
Phillips C.D, Zimmerman D., Bernabei R., Jonsson P.V.  1997.  Using the Resident Assessment Instrument for quality enhancement in nursing homes. Age Ageing. 26 Suppl 2:77-81.
Phillips C.D, Knopman D.S.  1999.  Neurology "with the bark off": tacrine, nursing home residents, and health services research.[comment]. Neurology. 52(2):227-30.
Phillips C.D, Chu C.W, Morris J.N, Hawes C..  1993.  Effects of cognitive impairment on the reliability of geriatric assessments in nursing homes. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society. 41(2):136-42.
Phillips C.D, Spry K.M, Sloane P.D, Hawes C..  2000.  Use of physical restraints and psychotropic medications in Alzheimer special care units in nursing homes. American Journal of Public Health. 90(1):92-6.
Phillips C.D, Hawes C., Mor V., Fries B.E, Morris J.N, Nennstiel M.E.  1996.  Facility and area variation affecting the use of physical restraints in nursing homes. Medical Care. 34(11):1149-62.
Popejoy L.L, Rantz M.J, Conn V., Wipke-Tevis D., Grando V.T, Porter R..  2000.  Improving quality of care in nursing facilities. Gerontological clinical nurse specialist as research nurse consultant. Journal of Gerontological Nursing. 26(4):6-13.
Proctor W.R, Hirdes J.P.  2001.  Pain and cognitive status among nursing home residents in Canada. Pain Research & Management. 6(3):119-25.
Rantz M.J.  1995.  Examining MDS (Minimum Data Set) resident assessments for the impact on public policy. Journal of Long Term Care Administration. 23(3):18-21.
Rantz M.J, Popejoy L., Mehr D.R, Zwygart-Stauffacher M., Hicks L.L, Grando V., Conn V.S, Porter R., Scott J., Maas M..  1997.  Verifying nursing home care quality using minimum data set quality indicators and other quality measures. Journal of Nursing Care Quality. 12(2):54-62.
Rantz M.J, Petroski G.F, Madsen R.W, Scott J., Mehr D.R, Popejoy L., Hicks L.L, Porter R., Zwygart-Stauffacher M., Grando V..  1997.  Setting thresholds for MDS (Minimum Data Set) quality indicators for nursing home quality improvement reports. Joint Commission Journal on Quality Improvement. 23(11):602-11.
Rantz M.J, Mehr D.R, Petroski G.F, Madsen R.W, Popejoy L.L, Hicks L.L, Conn V.S, Grando V.T, Wipke-Tevis D.D, Bostick J. et al..  2000.  Initial field testing of an instrument to measure: observable indicators of nursing home care quality. Journal of Nursing Care Quality. 14(3):1-12.
Rantz M.J, Popejoy L., Zwygart-Stauffacher M., Wipke-Tevis D., Grando V.T.  1999.  Minimum Data Set and Resident Assessment Instrument. Can using standardized assessment improve clinical practice and outcomes of care? Journal of Gerontological Nursing. 25(6):35-43;quiz54-5.
Rantz M.J, Mehr D.R, Conn V.S, Hicks L.L, Porter R., Madsen R.W, Petrowski G.F, Maas M..  1996.  Assessing quality of nursing home care: the foundation for improving resident outcomes. Journal of Nursing Care Quality. 10(4):1-9.
Rantz M.J, Popejoy L., Petroski G.F, Madsen R.W, Mehr D.R, Zwygart-Stauffacher M., Hicks L.L, Grando V., Wipke-Tevis D.D, Bostick J. et al..  2001.  Randomized clinical trial of a quality improvement intervention in nursing homes. Gerontologist. 41(4):525-38.
Resnick N.M, Brandeis G.H, Baumann M.M, Morris J.N.  1996.  Evaluating a national assessment strategy for urinary incontinence in nursing home residents: reliability of the minimum data set and validity of the resident assessment protocol. Neurourology & Urodynamics. 15(6):583-98.
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.
Ribbe M.W, Ljunggren G., Steel K., Topinkova E., Hawes C., Ikegami N., Henrard J.C, Jonnson P.V.  1997.  Nursing homes in 10 nations: A comparison between countries and settings. Age & Ageing. 26(SUPPL. 2):3-12.
Riter R.N, Fries B.E.  1992.  Predictors of the placement of cognitively impaired residents on special care units.[see comment]. Gerontologist. 32(2):184-90.
Ruchlin H.S, Morris S., Morris J.N.  1993.  Resident medical care utilization patterns in continuing care retirement communities. Health Care Financing Review. 14(4):151-68.