Adams, Annmarie. Home and/or Hospital: The Architectures of End-of-Life Care. Change Over Time. Volume 6, Issue 2, pp 248-263.
Ågotnes, Gudmund; Jacobsen, Frode; Harrington, Charlene; Petersen, Karin Anna. A Critical Review of Research on Hospitalization from Nursing Homes; What is Missing? Ageing International. Volume 41, pp 3–16.
Armstrong, Pat; Armstrong, Hugh; MacLeod, Krystal Kehoe. The Threats of Privatization to Security in Long-Term Residential Care. Ageing International. Volume 41, Issue 1, pp 99-116.
Chivers, Sally. The Show Must Go On: Aging, Care, and Musical Performance in Quartet. Modern Drama. Volume 59, Issue 2, pp 213-230.
Choiniere, Jacqueline; Doupe, Malcolm; Goldmann, Monika; Jacobsen, Frode; Lloyd, Liz; Rootham, Magali; Szebehely, Marta. Mapping Nursing Home Inspections & Audits in Six Countries. Ageing International. Volume 41, Issue 1, pp 40-61.
Daly, Tamara; Struthers, James; Müller, Beatrice; Taylor, Deanne; Goldmann, Monika; Doupe, Malcolm; Jacobsen, Frode F. Prescriptive or Interpretive Regulation at the Frontlines of Care Work in the “Three Worlds” of Canada, Germany, and Norway. Labour/Le Travail. Volume 77, pp 37-71.
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Harrington, Charlene; Armstrong, Hugh; Halladay, Mark; Havig, Anders Kvale; Jacobsen, Frode; MacDonald, Martha; Panos, Justin; Pearsall, Kathy; Pollock, Allyson; Ross, Leslie. Comparison of Nursing Home Financial Transparency and Accountability in Four Locations. Ageing International. Volume 41, Issue 1, pp 17-39.
Harrington, Charlene; Schnelle, John F.; McGregor, Margaret; Simmons, Sandra F. The Need for Higher Minimum Staffing Standards in U.S. Nursing Homes. Health Services Insights. Volume 9, pp 13-19.
Jacobsen, Frode; Mekki, Tone Elin; Førland, Oddvar; Øye, Christine; Tveit, Marie Eva; Testad, Ingelin. Modeling and evaluating evidence-based continuing education program in nursing home dementia care (MEDCED)—training of care home staff to reduce use of restraint in care home residents with dementia. A cluster randomized controlled trial. International Journal of geriatric psychiatry. Volume 31, Issue 1, pp 24-32
Jacobsen, Frode; Mekki, Tone Elin; Førland, Oddvar; Øye, Christine; Skaar, Randi; Dhal, Hellen. Evidence Molded by Contact with Staff Culture and Patient Milieu: an Analysis of the Social Process of Knowledge Utilization in Nursing Homes. Vocations and Learning, Volume 8, Issue 3, pp 319-334.
Laxer, Kate; Jacobsen, Frode; Lloyd, Liz; Goldmann, Monika; Day, Suzanne; Choiniere, Jackie; Rosenau, Pauline. Comparing Nursing Home Assistive Personnel in Five Countries. Ageing International. Volume 41, Issue 1, pp 62-78.
Naess, Anders; Vabo, Mia; Fjaer, Eivind Grip. The assisted presentations of self in nursing home life. Social Science & Medicine, Volume 150, pp 153–159.
Øye, Christine; Mekki, Tone Elin; Jacobsen, Frode Fadnes; Førland, Oddvar. Facilitating change from a distance – a story of success? A discussion on leaders’ styles in facilitating change in four nursing homes in Norway. Journal of Nursing Management. Volume 24, Issue 6, pp 745-754.
Ronald, Lisa A.; McGregor, Margaret J.; Harrington, Charlene; Pollock, Allyson; Lexchin, Joel. Observational Evidence of For-Profit Delivery and Inferior Nursing Home Care: When Is There Enough Evidence for Policy Change? PLOS Medicine. Volume 13, Issue 4.
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Stranz, Anneli; Sörensdotter, Renita. Interpretations of person-centered dementia care: Same rhetoric, different practices? A comparative study of nursing homes in England and Sweden Journal of Aging Studies, Volume 28, August 2016, pp 70-80.