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Abbreviation : RAI
Long Form : Resident Assessment Instrument
No. Year Title Co-occurring Abbreviation
2018 An Old Challenge with New Promises: A Systematic Review on Comprehensive Geriatric Assessment in Long-Term Care Facilities. CGA, LTCFs
2018 Clinical Profile of Persons with Multiple Sclerosis Across the Continuum of Care. MS
2018 The Changing Landscape of Continuing Care in Alberta: Staff and Resident Characteristics in Supportive Living and Long-Term Care. LTC
2017 Associations between patient factors and adverse events in the home care setting: a secondary data analysis of two canadian adverse event studies. ---
2016 Perceived and observed quality of long-term care for residents - Does functional ability account? ADL
2016 Should Health Care Aides Assist With Medications in Long-Term Care? HCAs, LPNs, LTC, RNs
2016 The prevalence and health consequences of frailty in a population-based older home care cohort: a comparison of different measures. AUC, FI, LTC
2015 Accuracy of influenza vaccination rate estimates in United States nursing home residents. CMS
2015 Comprehensive Care Plan Development Using Resident Assessment Instrument Framework: Past, Present, and Future Practices. CCP
10  2015 Improving health status and reduction of institutionalization in long-term care--Effects of the Resident Assessment Instrument-Home Care by degree of implementation. IADL
11  2015 Individuals with neurological diseases are at increased risk of fractures within 180 days of admission to long-term care in Ontario. ADRD, LTC, MD
12  2015 [Resident assessment instrument in Switzerland. History, results and experiences from the application]. MDS, RUG
13  2015 [Resident assessment instrument. Application options and relevance for Germany]. MDS
14  2014 The long and bumpy road to outcome-oriented management of long-term care in Germany: implementation of the Resident Assessment Instrument in home-care services. ---
15  2014 [ Comparison of BESA and RAI: evaluating the outcomes of two assessment instruments for long-term residential care needs]. MDS
16  2014 [Interrater reliability and agreement of the Swiss MDS version 2.0]. ICC, MDS
17  2013 [Does the resident care assessment instrument improve long-term home care? - results of a nation-wide study in Germany]. ---
18  2012 Effects of the Resident Assessment Instrument in home care settings: results of a cluster randomized controlled trial. ---
19  2012 Predicting heart failure mortality in frail seniors: comparing the NYHA functional classification with the Resident Assessment Instrument (RAI) 2.0. HF
20  2012 The consequences of juvenile detention reform for mental health and sexually transmitted infection screening among detained youth. CI, OR, STI
21  2012 The use of data for process and quality improvement in long term care and home care: a systematic review of the literature. CINAHL
22  2011 [The Resident Assessment Instrument Home care: what primary care physician needs to know]. ---
23  2010 Depression in Dutch homes for the elderly: under-diagnosis in demented residents? ---
24  2009 Depression is the strongest independent risk factor for poor social engagement among Chinese elderly veteran assisted-living residents. GDS-SF, ISE, MDS, MMSE
25  2009 Modifiable factors related to abusive behaviors in nursing home residents with dementia. MDS
26  2009 Public reporting of nursing home quality of care: lessons from the United States experience for canadian policy discussion. ---
27  2009 Risk factors for hip fracture in older home care clients. ---
28  2009 Use of physical restraints and antipsychotic medications in nursing homes: a cross-national study. ---
29  2008 Associated factors of falls in nursing home residents in Hong Kong and the role of restraints: a cross-sectional survey using the Resident Assessment Instrument (RAI) 2.0. ---
30  2008 Comparing psychogeriatric units to ordinary long-term care units - are there differences in case-mix or clinical symptoms? ---
31  2008 Factors associated with non-use of antipsychotics among older residents with schizophrenia in long-term institutional care. MDS-LC
32  2008 Strategies for translating the resident care plan into daily practice. ---
33  2008 Use of antipsychotics in older home care patients in Finland. MDS-HC, OR
34  2008 Vitamin D supplementation has no major effect on pain or pain behavior in bedridden geriatric patients with advanced dementia. CPS
35  2007 Prospects and pitfalls: use of the RAI-HC assessment by the Department of Veterans Affairs for home care clients. ---
36  2006 Nursing working conditions in relation to restraint practices in long-term care units. CI, OR
37  2006 Resident care needs and work stressors in special care units versus non-specialized long-term care units. ADL, SCUs
38  2006 Use of antipsychotic medications among elderly residents in long-term institutional care: a three-year follow-up. MDS
39  2005 Beyond the global score of the Zarit Burden Interview: useful dimensions for clinicians. MDS, PCA, ZBI
40  2005 Impact of cognitive function on assessments of nursing home residents' pain. MDS, NH
41  2005 Low staffing level is associated with malnutrition in long-term residential care homes. BMI
42  2005 The cost efficiency and clinical quality of institutional long-term care for the elderly. MDS
43  2004 Research on aging in Iceland: future potentials. AGES
44  2004 [Functional status of stroke patients among different long-term care settings]. ADL, CPS
45  2003 Risk adjustment of quality indicators in French long term care facilities for elderly people. A preliminary study. CHSRA
46  2003 The RAI-PC: an assessment instrument for palliative care in all settings. RAI-HC, RAI-PC
47  2003 [Care quality: reliability and usefulness of observation data in bench marking nursing homes and homes for the aged in the Netherlands]. ---
48  2002 Oral status, cognitive and functional capacity versus oral treatment need in nursing home residents: a comparison between assessments by dental and ward staff. ---
49  2002 Physician behavior changes following CME on the prospective payment system in long-term care: a pilot study. CME, LTC, MDS, PPS, RUG
50  2002 [Detection and treatment of depressive symptoms in nursing home patients. An interdisciplinary challenge for the geriatric physician and nursing personnel]. RAP
51  2001 Effects of the implementation of the Resident Assessment Instrument on gaps between perceived needs and nursing care supply for nursing home residents in the Netherlands. ---
52  2001 Improvements in the quality of co-ordination of nursing care following implementation of the Resident Assessment Instrument in Dutch nursing homes. ---
53  2001 Journal scan. ---
54  2001 Nutritional status and chewing capacity in nursing home residents. ADL, CDF, CPS, PEM
55  2001 Physician use of and attitudes regarding the minimum data set. MDS
56  1999 A brief training program on resident assessment instrument improves motivation of nursing home staff. ---
57  1999 Effects of the Resident Assessment Instrument on the care process and health outcomes in nursing homes. A review of the literature. ---
58  1999 Quality control (Part 2). Communication: implementation of the Resident Assessment Instrument (RAI): the benefits of a structured communication plan. ---
59  1999 [Resident Assessment Instrument (RAI): a review of international research on the psychometric qualities and effects of implementation in nursing homes]. ---
60  1998 HCFA makes day of admission as day one for both PPS, RAI (resident assessment instrument). ---
61  1997 "RAI"--an international system for assessment of nursing home residents. MDS
62  1997 A commitment to change: revision of HCFA's RAI. MDS
63  1997 An international study of social engagement among nursing home residents. ADL
64  1997 Approaching cross-national comparisons of nursing home residents. ---
65  1997 Association of the Resident Assessment Instrument (RAI) with changes in function, cognition, and psychosocial status. ---
66  1997 Changes in hospitalization associated with introducing the Resident Assessment Instrument. ---
67  1997 Development of the nursing home Resident Assessment Instrument in the USA. MDS
68  1997 Effect of the National Resident Assessment Instrument on selected health conditions and problems. ---
69  1997 Efforts to establish the reliability of the Resident Assessment Instrument. ---
70  1997 Medicare and Medicaid; resident assessment in long term care facilities--HCFA. Final rule. MDS
71  1997 The OBRA-87 nursing home regulations and implementation of the Resident Assessment Instrument: effects on process quality. OBRA
72  1997 The Resident Assessment Instrument (RAI): promise and pitfalls. ---
73  1997 Using the Resident Assessment Instrument for quality enhancement in nursing homes. ---
74  1997 [Assessment of need for nursing care]. MDS, RUGs
75  1996 A simple program to train case managers in community elderly care. ---
76  1996 Factors associated with nursing home staff turnover. ---
77  1995 The structure of social engagement among nursing home residents. ---
78  1995 [Resident Assessment Instrument (RAI): a system for client evaluation and documentation in long-term care--an overview]. MDS, RAPs, RUGs
79  1991 [Apropos of DRG and Zebra: RAI (Resident Assessment Instrument) puts patient in the center]. ---