Resource use on Alzheimer's Special Care Units

Mehr, David R.; Fries, Brant E.
April 1995
Gerontologist;Apr95, Vol. 35 Issue 2, p179
Academic Journal
Compares resource use by residents on Alzheimer's Special Care Units and other nursing home units using a multistate nursing home data base. Details of the methods; Results and discussion.


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