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Year  2006

ARTICLES:

  1. Sui, A., Boockvar, K., Penrod, J., Morrison, S..R., Halm, E., Litke, MA., Silberzweig, S., Teresi, J., Ocepek-Welikson, K., Magaziner, J. (2006) Effect of Inpatient Quality of Care on Functional Outcomes in Patients with Hip Fracture. Medical Care. Vol. 44, No. 9, 862-869, September 2006.  

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  2. Albert, S., Bear-Lehman, J., Burkhardt, A., Merete-Roa, B., Noboa-Lemonier R., Teresi J. (2006) Variation in Sources of Clinician-Rated and Self-Rated Instrumental Activities of Daily Living Disability. Journal of Gerontology: Medical Sciences. Vol. 61A. No. 8, 826-831.  

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  3.  Ramirez, M., Teresi, J., Holmes, D. (2006)  Demoralization and attitudes toward residents among certified nurse assistants in relation to job stressors and work resources: Cultural diversity in long term care. Journal of Cultural Diversity, Vol. 13, No.2 pp. 119-125.  

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  4. Shea, S., Weinstock, RS, Starren, J., Teresi, J., Palmas, W., Field, L., Morin, P., Goland, R., Izquierdo, RE., Wolff, LT., Ashraf, M., Hilliman, C., Silver, S., Meyer, S., Holmes, D., Petkova, E., Capps, L., Lantiqua, RA, for the IDEATel Consortium. (2006) A randomized trial comparing telemedicine case management with usual care in older, ethnically diverse, medically underserved  patients with diabetes mellitus. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association. 2006;13:40-51.  

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  5. Kaufman, D., Pevzner, J., Hilliman, C., Weinstock, R., Teresi, J., Shea, S., Starren, J. (2006) Redesigning a Telehealth Diabetes Management Program for a Digital Divide Seniors Population. Home Health Care Management & Practice. April 2006/Volume 18, Number 3, 223-234.  

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  6. Trief, P., Morin, P., Izquierdo, R., Teresi, J., Eimicke J., Goland, R., Starren, J., Shea, S., Weinstock, R.  (2006) Depression and glycemic control in elderly ethnically diverse patients with diabetes: the IDEATEL project. Diabetes Care, Volume 29, Number 4,  830-835, April 2006.  

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  7. Palmas, W., Moran, A., Pickering , T., Eimicke, JP., Teresi, J., Schwartz, JE., Field, L., Weinstock, RS., Shea, S. (2006)  Ambulatory Pulse Pressure with Progression of Urinary Albumin Excretion in Older Patients  with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus.  Journal of the American Heart Association-Hypertension, pp 301-308.  

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  8. Teresi, J., Stewart, A., Morales, L, Stahl., S. (2006)  Measurement in a multi-ethnic society: Overview to the special issue. Medical Care, November 2006, Vol. 44, No.11, Suppl. 3, S3-S4.   

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  9. Teresi, J. (2006) Overview of quantitative methods: Equivalence, invariance and differential item functioning in health applications. Medical Care, November 2006, Vol. 44, No. 11, Suppl. 3, S39-S49.  

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  10. Ramirez, M., Teresi, J., Holmes, D., Gurland, B., Lantigua, R. (2006)  Differential Item functioning (DIF) and the Mini-mental Status Examination (MDSE.): Overview, sample, and issues of translation. Medical Care, November 2006, Vol. 44, No. 11, Suppl. 3, S95-S106.  

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  11. Edelen, O. M., Thissen, D., Teresi, J., Kleinman, M., Ocepek-Welikson, K.. (2006) Identification of differential item functioning using item response theory and the likelihood-based model comparison approach: Applications to the Mini-mental status examination. Medical Care, November 2006, Vol. 44, No. 11, Suppl. 3, S134-S142.

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  12. Morales, L., Flowers, C., Gutierrez, P., Kleinman, M., Teresi, J. (2006) Item and scale differential functioning of the Mini-Mental Status Exam assessed using the (DFIT) methodology. Medical Care, November 2006, Vol. 44, No. 11, Suppl. 3, S143-S151.  

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  13. Teresi, J. (2006) Different approaches to differential item functioning in health applications: Advantages, disadvantages and some neglected topics. Medical Care, November 2006, Vol. 44, No. 11, Suppl. 3, S152-S170.  

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  14. Bakken, S., Grullon-Figueroa, L., Izquierdo, R., Nam-Ju, L., Morin, P., Palmas, W., Teresi, J., Weinstock, R., Shea, S., Starren, J. (2006) Development, Validation, and Use of English and Spanish Versions of the Telemedicine Satisfaction and Usefulness Questionnaire. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Associaition , 13, 660-667.  

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  15. Palmas, W., Teresi, J., Morin, P., Wolff, L.T., Field, L., Eimicke, J., Capps, L., Prigollini, A., Orbe, I., Weinstock, R., Shea, S. (2006) Recruitment and Enrollment o f Rural and Urban Medically Underserved Elderly into a Randomized Trial of Telemedicine Case Management for Diabetes Care. Telemedicine and e-Health, 12, 601-607.

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  16. Trief, PM., Morin, PC., Izquierdo, R., Teresi, J., Starren, J., Shea, S., Weinstock, R. Marital quality and diabetes outcomes: The IDEATel Project. Families, Systems & Health, 2006;24(3):318-331. Commentary: Anderson BJ. Families and chronic illness research: targeting transitions and tools-commentary on Trief et al. (2006) Families, Systems & Health 2006;24(3):332-335.

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  17. Meredith, W., Teresi, J. (2006) An Essay on Measurement and Factorial Invariance. Medical Care, 2006,44(11)S69-S77.

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PRESENTATIONS AT SCIENTIFIC MEETINGS:

  1. Ellis, J., Zorowitz, R., Novotny, J., Chen, H., Teresi, J., Maurer, M. (2006) Communication Between Long Term Care Facilities and an Acute Care Hospital : The Impact on Transitional Care. Poster at the 2006 Annual Scientific Meeting of the American Geriatrics Society.

  2. Trief, PM., Weinstock, RS., Shea, S., Starren, J., Teresi, J.  The effects of telemedicine case management for elderly diabetes patients on psychosocial outcomes: IDEATel Project.  American Diabetes Association Annual Meeting. 2006.

  3. Gibbons, LE., Crane, P., Narasimhalu, K., Pedraza, O., Mehta, K., Tang, Y., Manley, J., Teresi, J., Mungas, DM.             “The Importance of education in accounting for differential item functioning related to language for an object naming test.” Alzheimer’s & Dementia: The Journal of the Alzheimer’s Association. Volume 2, Issue 3, Supplement S (July 2006). Alzheimer’s Association 10th  International Conference on Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Disorders. July 15- July 20, 2006.                   

  4. Yang, FM, Heslin, K., Yang, C., Mehta, K., Jones, RN., Ocepek-Welikson, K., Morales, L., Ramirez, M., Stewart, A., Tilley, B., Goldberg, J., Hays, R., Templin, T., Mungas, D., Lantiqua, R., Teresi, JA. (2006) Impact of Language of Assessment on Estimates of Object Naming Ability: An Investigation of Differential Item Functioning among Older Hispanics. Poster at the 2006 NIH Health Disparities Conference.

  5.  Holmes, D., Teresi, JA., Ramirez, M., Ellis, J., Eimicke J., Kong, J. (2006) An evaluation of a monitoring system intervention: Affect, falls and injuries in nursing homes.  Poster presentation at the 59th  Annual Scientific Meeting of the Gerontological Society of America (GSA) at Dallas , Texas , November 16-20, 2006, at the Formal Interest Group: Research in Quality of Care Meeting.

  6. Ellis, J., Holmes, D., Teresi, JA., Ramirez, M., Eimicke, J., Kong, J. (2006) An Evaluation of the VIGIL (c) Monitoring System in a residential care setting,  Presented at The 39th National Conference of the Australian Association of Gerontology (AAG) at the Wesley Conference Centre, Sydney NSW in November 22-24, 2006.

  7. Yang, F., Crane, P., Gibbons, L., Jones, R., Kala, M., Manley, J., Mungas, D., Narasimhalu, K., Otto, P., Tang, Y., Teresi, J. (Symposium) (2006) Language and Object Naming Ability: An Investigation of Differential Item Functioning among older Hispanics.


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