Data catalog record for "End-of-Life Culture Change Practices in U.S. Nursing Homes in 2016/2017"

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Title
Data catalog record for "End-of-Life Culture Change Practices in U.S. Nursing Homes in 2016/2017"
Contributors
Schwartz, Margot (Creator)
Lima, Julie (Creator)
Clark, Melissa (Creator)
Miller, Susan (Creator)
Date Created
2018
Abstract
Post-acceptance for publication, this record will contain the access information and/or files for data set files and/or supplementary files associated with the manuscript: "End-of-Life Culture Change Practices in U.S. Nursing Homes in 2016/2017" (In Review). Researchers interested in accessing and viewing the supplemental files prior to publication please contact Alison Fisher at alison_fisher1@brown.edu at Brown University’s Center for Gerontology and Healthcare Research.
Keywords
Nursing Home Culture Change
End-of-Life
Notes
National Institutes of Health, National Institute on Aging Grant Award #R01AG048940. Project Title: Nursing Home Culture Change: Evaluating Change in Practice and Quality Outcomes
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This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License

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Schwartz, Margot, Lima, Julie, Clark, Melissa, et al., "Data catalog record for 'End-of-Life Culture Change Practices in U.S. Nursing Homes in 2016/2017'" (2018). Center for Gerontology and Healthcare Research Data, Data for Publications. Brown Digital Repository. Brown University Library. https://repository.library.brown.edu/studio/item/bdr:826478/

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