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Year  2008

BOOKS & CHAPTERS IN BOOKS

 Teresi, J., Morse, A., & Silver, S. (2008) Communication enhancement: Visual deficit. In B. Ackley, G. Ladwig, B. Swan, & S. Tucker (Eds.), Evidence-based nursing care guidelines, medical-surgical interventions (pp. 188-192). St. Louis, MO: Mosby Elsevier.

 

ARTICLES:

  1. Teresi, JA., Ramirez, M., Lai, JS., Silver, S.  Occurences and sources of Differential Item Functioning (DIF) in patient-reported outcome measures: Description of DIF methods, and review of measures of depression, quality of life and general health. Psychology Science Quarterly. 2008; 50, 4, 538-612.

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  2. Palmas, W., Pickering, T.,  Teresi, J., Schwartz, J., Eguchi, K., Field, L., Weinstock, R., Shea, S.,  (2008) Nocturnal blood elevation predicts progression of albuminuria in elderly people with type 2 diabetes. The Journal of Clinical Hypertension. Vol. 10  No. 1.

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  3. Rosen, T., Lachs, MS., Bharucha, AJ., Stevens, SM., Teresi, JA., Nebres, F., Pillemer, K. (2008) Resident-to-Resident Aggression in Long-Term Care Facilities: Insights from Focus Groups of Nursing Home Residents and Staff. Journal of American  Geriatrics Society, 2008; pp. 1-11

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  4. Palmas, W., Pickering , T.G., Teresi, J., Schwartz, J.E., Field, L., Weinstock, R.S., Shea, S. (2008) Telemedicine Home Blood Pressure Measurements and Progression of Albuminuria in Elderly People with Diabetes. Hypertension. 2008; 51:1-7.

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  5. Grober, E., Hall, C., Lipton, R.B., Teresi, J.A. (2008) Primary Care Screen for Early Dementia. JAGS. 2008;56:206-213.

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PRESENTATIONS AT SCIENTIFIC MEETINGS

  1. Teresi, J. (2008, March). PROMIS conference entitled: Improving Measurement of Patient Outcomes-New Tools and the Science Behind Them [Guest speaker/presenter], Bethesda, MD.


  2. Goetz, C., Tiley, B., Shaftman, S., Fahn, S., Martinez-Martin, P., Poewe W., Sampalo, C., Stern. M., Dodel, R., Dubois, B., Holloway, R., Jankovic, J., Kulisevsky, J., Lang, A., Lees, A., Leurgans, S., LeWitt, P., Nyenhuis, D., Olanow, C., Rascol, O., Schrag, A., Teresi, J., van Hilten, J., & Stebbins, G. (2008, April). Parkinson's Disease: Clinical. Poster session presentation at the 60th annual meeting of the American Academy of Neurology, Chicago, IL.  


  3. Teresi, J. (2008, June). RCMAR advisory meeting, Detroit, MI.


  4. Teresi, J. (2008, June). PROMIS Psychometric Summit Meeting, Evanston, IL.


  5. Teresi, J. (2008, June). PROMIS paper presentation. Analysis of differential item functioning in the depression item bank from the Patient Reported Outcome Measurement Information System (PROMIS): An item response theory approach, at the 3M conference: Survey methods in multinational, multiregional, and multicultural contexts, Berlin, Germany.


  6. Toner, J. A., Teresi, J., Gurland, B. F., & Tirumalasetti, F. (2008, August). Assessing depressive symptoms in dementia: The Feeling Tone Questionnaire. Poster session presentation in the Division 20 Program at the 116th annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Boston, MA.


  7. Teresi, J. (2008, November). Depression non-invariance in aging diverse populations. Discussant, Symposium of the Measurement Statistics & Research Design Informal Interest Group, presented at the 61st  annual scientific meeting of the Gerontological Society of America (GSA) National Harbor, MD.


  8. Teresi, J. (2008, November) Resident-to-Resident aggression and violence in nursing homes: A prevalent but understudied problem. Symposium, presented at the 61st annual scientific meeting of the Gerontological Society of America (GSA) National Harbor, MD. 


  9. Teresi, J. (2008, November). In L. Harris-Kojetin (Chair), Learning about programs that work: How do we replicate success in long-term care?: An interactive symposium (Participant). The 61st  annual scientific meeting of the Gerontological Society of America (GSA) formal interest group Research in Quality of Care meeting (RESQCARE), National Harbor, Maryland.

 

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