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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.
Achterberg WP, Holtkamp C.C, Kerkstra A., Pot A.M, Ooms M.E, Ribbe M.W.  2001.  Improvements in the quality of co-ordination of nursing care following implementation of the Resident Assessment Instrument in Dutch nursing homes. Journal of Advanced Nursing. 35(2):268-75.
Williams B., Betley C..  1995.  Inappropriate use of nonpsychotropic medications in nursing homes. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society. 43(5):513-9.
Boorsma M., Joling K., Dussel M., Ribbe M., Frijters D., van Marwijk H.W, Nijpels G., van Hout H..  2012.  The incidence of depression and its risk factors in Dutch nursing homes and residential care homes. Am J Geriatr Psychiatry. 20(11):932-42.
Comans T.A, Peel N.M, Hubbard R.E, Mulligan A.D, Gray L.C, Scuffham P.A.  2016.  The increase in healthcare costs associated with frailty in older people discharged to a post-acute transition care program. Age Ageing. 45(2):317-20.
Finne-Soveri H., Sorbye L.W, Jonsson P.V, Carpenter G.I, Bernabei R..  2008.  Increased work-load associated with faecal incontinence among home care patients in 11 European countries. European Journal of Public Health. 18(3):323-8.
Sorbye L.W, Finne-Soveri H., Ljunggren G., Topinkova E., Bernabei R..  2005.  Indwelling catheter use in home care: elderly, aged 65+, in 11 different countries in Europe. Age & Ageing. 34(4):377-81.
Moudouni D.K, Phillips C.D.  2013.  In-hospital mortality and unintentional falls among older adults in the United States. J Appl Gerontol. 32(8):923-35.
Chan C.L, Lai C.K, Chi I..  2014.  Initial validation of the Chinese interRAI Mental Health in people with psychiatric illness. Int J Psychiatry Clin Pract. 18(3):182-9.
Avidan A.Y, Fries B.E, James M.L, Szafara K.L, Wright G.T, Chervin R.D.  2005.  Insomnia and hypnotic use, recorded in the minimum data set, as predictors of falls and hip fractures in Michigan nursing homes. J Am Geriatr Soc. 53(6):955-62.
Gindin J., Shochat T., Chetrit A., Epstein S., Ben Israel Y., Levi S., Onder G., Carpenter I., Finne-Soveri H., van Hout H. et al..  2014.  Insomnia in long-term care facilities: a comparison of seven European countries and Israel: the Services and Health for Elderly in Long TERm care study. J Am Geriatr Soc. 62(11):2033-9.
Morris J.N, Sherwood S., Gutkin C.E.  1988.  Inst-Risk II: an approach to forecasting relative risk of future institutional placement. Health services research. 23(4):511-536.
Schroll M., Jonsson P.V, Mor V., Berg K., Sherwood S..  1997.  An international study of social engagement among nursing home residents. Age & Ageing. 26(Suppl 2):55-9.
Moran V., Jacobs R..  2018.  Investigating the relationship between costs and outcomes for English mental health providers: a bi-variate multi-level regression analysis. Eur J Health Econ. 19(5):709-718.
Armstrong J.J, Zhu M., Hirdes J.P, Stolee P..  2012.  K-means cluster analysis of rehabilitation service users in the Home Health Care System of Ontario: examining the heterogeneity of a complex geriatric population. Arch Phys Med Rehabil. 93(12):2198-205.
Steindal S.A, Ranhoff A.H, Bredal I.S, Sorbye L.W, Lerdal A..  2013.  Last three days of life in the hospital: a comparison of symptoms, signs and treatments in the young old and the oldest old patients using the Resident assessment instrument for palliative care. International Journal of Older People Nursing. 8(3):199-206.
Williams B.C, Fries B.E, Mehr D.R.  1993.  Length of stay in VA nursing homes. Comparative characteristics of brief-, medium-, and long-stay residents. Journal of Aging & Health. 5(2):208-28.
Li C.Y, Romero S., Bonilha H.S, Simpson K.N, Simpson A.N, Hong I., Velozo C.A.  2018.  Linking Existing Instruments to Develop an Activity of Daily Living Item Bank. Eval Health Prof. 41(1):25-43.
Poss J.W, Sinn C.J, Grinchenko G., Blums J., Peirce T., Hirdes J..  2017.  Location, Location, Location: Characteristics and Services of Long-Stay Home Care Recipients in Retirement Homes Compared to Others in Private Homes and Long-Term Care Homes. Healthc Policy. 12(3):80-93.
Jones A, Feeny D, Costa AP.  2018.  Longitudinal construct validity of the minimum data set health status index. Health and quality of life outcomes. 16(1):102-102.
Sorbye L.W.  2000.  A longitudinal study on dying in a Norwegian hospital. International Journal of Palliative Nursing. 6(2):71-9.
Tarride J.E, Burke N., Leslie W.D, Morin S.N, Adachi J.D, Papaioannou A., Bessette L., Brown J.P, Pericleous L., Muratov S. et al..  2016.  Loss of health related quality of life following low-trauma fractures in the elderly. BMC Geriatr. 16:84.
Gambassi G., Forman D.E, Lapane K.L, Mor V., Sgadari A., Lipsitz L.A, Bernabei R..  2000.  Management of heart failure among very old persons living in long-term care: has the voice of trials spread? The SAGE Study Group Am Heart J. 139(1 Pt 1):85-93.
Bernabei R., Gambassi G., Lapane K., Landi F., Gatsonis C., Dunlop R., Lipsitz L., Steel K., Mor V..  1998.  Management of pain in elderly patients with cancer. SAGE Study Group. Systematic Assessment of Geriatric Drug Use via Epidemiology. Jama. 279(23):1877-82.
Gerritsen D.L, Achterberg W.P, Steverink N., Pot A.M, Frijters D.H, Ribbe M.W.  2008.  The MDS Challenging Behavior Profile for long-term care. Aging & Mental Health. 12(1):116-23.