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Ioannidis G., O'Donnell D., Kennedy C., Navare H., Giangregorio L.M, Cheung A.M, Marr S., Crilly R.G, Feldman S., Jain R. et al..  2015.  What triggers osteoporosis therapy in high risk residents living in long term care (LTC) homes? The gaining optimal osteoporosis assessments in long-term care (GOAL) study Osteoporosis International. 26(1 SUPPL. 1):S52-S53.
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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.
Freeman S, Smith TFrise, Neufeld E, Fisher K, Ebihara S.  2016.  The wish to die among palliative home care clients in Ontario, Canada: A cross-sectional study. BMC Palliative Care. 15