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More than 300 articles, chapters, and books that address the Omaha System are listed below. If you identify another reference, please send an email to Karen Martin.

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Allen SA. (1994, May/June). Medicare case management. Home Healthcare Nurse, 12(3), 21-27.

American Nurses Association. (2008). Home health nursing scope and standards of practice. Silver Spring, MD: American Nurses Publishing.

American Nurses Association. (2008). Nursing informatics nursing scope and standards of practice. Silver Spring, MD: American Nurses Publishing.

Anderko L, Uscian M, Robertson JF. (1999, June). Improving client outcomes through differentiated practice: A rural nursing center model. Public Health Nursing, 16(3), 168-175.

Anderko L, Kinion E. (2001, November). Speaking with a unified voice: Recommendations for the collection of aggregated outcome date in nurse-managed centers. Policy, Politics, and Nursing Practice, 2(4), 295-303.

Bakken S, Cashen MS, Mendonca EA, O’Brien A, Zieniewicz J. (2000, January/February). Representing nursing activities within a concept-oriented terminological system: Evaluation of a type definition. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association, 7(1), 81-90.

Bakken S, Warrren JJ, Lundberg C, Casey A, Correia C, Konicek D, Zingo C. (2002, December). An evaluation of the usefulness of two terminology models for integrating nursing diagnosis concepts into SNOMED clinical terms. International Journal of Medical Informatics, 68(1-3), 71-77.

Barkauskas VH, Schafer P, Sebastian JG, Pohl JM, Benkert R, Nagelkerk J, Stanhope M, Vonderheid SC, Tanner CL. (2006, November-December). Clients served and services provided by academic nurse-managed centers. Journal of Professional Nursing, 22(6), 331-338.

Barrera C, Machanga M, Connolly PM, Yoder M. (2003, October-December). Nursing care makes a difference: Application of the Omaha System. Outcomes Management, 7(4), 181-185.

Barton AJ, Gilbert L, Erickson V, Baramee J, Sowers D, Robertson KJ. (2003, May/June). A guide to assist nurse practitioners with standardized nursing language. CIN: Computers, Informatics, Nursing, 21(3), 128-133.

Barton AJ, Baramee J, Sowers D, Robertson KJ. (2003, December). Articulating the value-added dimension of NP care. Nurse Practitioner, 28(12), 34-40.

Barton AJ, Clark L, Baramee J. (2004, April). Tracking outcomes in community-based care. Home Health Care Management and Practice, 16(3), 171-176.

Bednarz PK. (1998, August). The Omaha System: A model for describing school nurse case management. Journal of School Nursing, 4(3), 24-30.

♦Bessho Y, Hosoya T, Hasegawa M, Yasui Y, Hanayama K, Tamaki A, Sakai S, Tomoyasu K, Kasai M. (2000, June). Outcome evaluation of the rehabilitation program for the demented elderly in the community. Journal of Fukui Medical University, 1(2), 341-353. (Japanese)

♦Bessho Y, Hosoya T, Hasegawa M, Yoshida Y, Matsuki M. (2004, December). Home nursing care to achieve the expected status for the elderly with cerebro-vascular diseases. Journal of Japanese Society of Nursing Research, 27(5), 65-71. (Japanese)

Bowles KH. (1997, July/August). The barriers and benefits of nursing information systems. Computers in Nursing, 15(4), 191-196.

Bowles KH. (1999, Winter). The Omaha System: Bridging hospital and home care. Online Journal of Nursing Informatics [online], 3(1), 7-11. Available: http://ojni.org/3_1/art2v3n1art.html

Bowles KH. (2000, April). Application of the Omaha System in acute care. Research in Nursing and Health, 23(2), 93-105.

Bowles KH. (2000, April). Patient problems and nurse interventions during acute care and discharge planning. Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing, 14(3), 29-41.

Bowles KH, Martin KS, Naylor MD. (2006, January-March). Using the Omaha System to describe what’s inside the black box. International Journal of Nursing Terminologies and Classifications, 17(1), 21.

Bowles KH, Martin KS. (2006). Three decades of Omaha System research: Providing the map to discover new directions. In H-A Park, P Murray, C Delaney (Eds.), Consumer-centered computer-supported care for healthy people—NI06: Proceedings of the 9th International Congress on Nursing Informatics (994). Amsterdam, The Netherlands: IOS Press. (poster).

*Bowles KH. (2011, July). Achieving meaningful use with standardized data. Online Journal of Nursing Informatics [online], 15(2), 1-2. Available: http://ojni.org/issues/?p=574

Brooten D, Naylor MD, York R, Brown LP, Hazard Munro B, Hollingsworth AO, Cohen SM, Finkler S, Deatrick J, Youngblut JM. (2002, Fourth Quarter). Lessons learned from testing the quality cost model of advanced practice nursing (APN) transitional care. Journal of Nursing Scholarship, 34(4), 369-375.

Brooten D, Youngblut JM, Deatrick J, Naylor M, York R. (2003, First Quarter). Patient problems, advanced practice nurse (APN) interventions, time and contacts across five patient groups. Journal of Nursing Scholarship, 35(1), 73-79.

Brooten D, Youngblut JM, Kutcher J, Bobo C. (2004, January/February). Quality and the nursing workforce: APNs, patient outcomes, and health care costs. Nursing Outlook, 52(1), 45-52.

Brooten D, Youngblut JM, Donahue D, Hamilton M, Hannan J, Neff DF. (2007, Fourth Quarter). Women with high-risk pregnancies, problems, and APN interventions. Journal of Nursing Scholarship, 39(4), 349-357.

Burns-Vandenberg J, Jones E. (1999, Fall). Evaluating postpartum home visits by student nurses. Journal of Undergraduate Nursing Scholarship, 1(1), 1-5.

Canham D, Mao C-L, Yoder M, Connolly P, Dietz E. (2008, March). The Omaha System and quality measurement in academic nurse-managed centers: Ten steps for implementation. Journal of Nursing Education, 47(3), 105-110.

Caley LM, Winkelman T, Mariano K. (2009, October-December). Problems expressed by caregivers of children with fetal alcohol spectrum disorder. International Journal of Nursing Terminologies and Classifications, 20(4), 181-188.

Cell P, Peters DA, Gordon JB. (1984, January/February). Implementing a nursing diagnosis system through research: The New Jersey experience. Home Healthcare Nurse, 2(1), 26-32.

Chambers M. (2005, December). A new primary care electronic record. What’s in it for you? Community Practitioner, 78(12), 426-428.

♦Chen C-M. (1998). Community health nursing. Taipei, Taiwan: Weyfar Books. (Chinese)

♦Cho WJ, Yoo IY, Chae SM, Ham OK, Seo KM. (2002). Needs assessment of community health service using the Omaha System. Korean Journal of Nursing Query, 11(1), 168-190. (Korean)

Choi J, Jenkins ML, Cimino JJ, White TM, Bakken S. (2005, July/August). Toward semantic interoperability in home health care: Formally representing OASIS items for integration into a concept-oriented terminology. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association, 12(4), 410-417.

Chow SKY, Wong FKY, Chan TMK, Chung LYF, Chang KKP, Lee RPL. (2008, April). Community nursing services for post discharge chronically ill patients. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 17(7B), 260-271.

Clark J, Christensen J, Mooney G, Davies P, Edwards J, Fitchett L, Spowart B, Thomas P. (2001, March). New methods of documenting health visiting practice. Community Practitioner, 74(3), 108-112.

Clark J. (2003). Naming nursing: Proceedings of the First ACENDIO Ireland-UK Conference. Switzerland: Verlag Hans Huber.

Clemen-Stone S, McGuire S, Eigsti D. (2002). Comprehensive community health nursing (6th ed.). St. Louis: Mosby.

Coenen A, Schoneman D. (1995, October). The Nursing Minimum Data Set: Use in the quality process. Journal of Nursing Care Quality, 10(1), 9-15.

Coenen A, Marek KD, Lundeen SP. (1996, October). Using nursing diagnoses to explain utilization in a community nursing center. Research in Nursing and Health, 19(5), 441-445.

Coenen A, Marin HF, Park H-A, Bakken S. (2001, May/June). Collaborative efforts for representing nursing concepts in computer-based systems: International perspectives. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association, 8(3), 202-211.

Coenen A, McNeil B, Bakken S, Bickford C, Warren JJ. (2001, November/December). Toward comparable nursing data: American Nurses Association criteria for data sets, classification systems, and nomenclatures. Computers in Nursing, 19(6), 240-246.

Cohen J, Saylor C, Holzemer WL, Gorenberg B. (2000, October). Linking nursing care interventions with client outcomes: A community-based application of an outcomes model. Journal of Nursing Care Quality, 15(1), 22-31.

Connolly PM. (1999, September). Leadership and collaboration. The Journal of the National Alliance for the Mentally Ill-California, 10(3), 37-39.

Connolly PM, Huynh M-PT, Gorney-Moreno MJ. (1999, Winter). On the cutting edge or over the edge? Implementing the Nightingale Tracker. Online Journal of Nursing Informatics [online], 3(1), 20-30. Available: http://ojni.org/3_1/connolly.htm#article

Connolly PM, Novak JM. (2000, December). Teaching collaboration: A demonstration model. Journal of the American Psychiatric Nurses Association, 6(6), 183-190.

Connolly PM, Elfrink V. (2002, August). Using information technology in community-based psychiatric nursing education: The SJSU/NT Project. Home Health Care Management and Practice, 14(5), 344-352.

Connolly PM, Elfrink V. (2002). Using information technology in community-based psychiatric nursing education: The SJSU/NT Project. In CL Weigand (Ed.), From email to earthquakes: On teaching and learning with technology in the California State University (93-106). Long Beach, CA: California State University Press. (Reprinted).

Connolly PM, Mao C-L, Yoder M, Canham D. (2006, October). Evaluation of the Omaha System in an academic nurse managed center. Online Journal of Nursing Informatics [online], 10(3). Available: http://ojni.org/10_3/connolly.htm

Connolly PM, Crider MC, Henninger R, Irwin C. (2009, October). Complementary alternative care for persons with Schizophrenia living in the community: A pilot study. Online Journal of Nursing Informatics [online], 13(3). Available: http://ojni.org/13_3/Connolly_Crider_Henninger_Irwin.pdf

*Conrad D, Schneider JS. (2011, November/December). Enhancing the visibility of NP practice in electronic health records. The Journal for Nurse Practitioners, 7(10), 832-838.

Correll PJ, Martin KS. (2009, January/February). The Omaha System helps a public health organization find its voice. CIN: Computers, Informatics, Nursing, 27(1), 12-15.

Correll PJ. (2009). Using a standardized terminology. In LQ Thede, JP Sewell (Eds.), Informatics and nursing: Competencies and applications (3rd ed.) (302). Philadelphia: Lippincott, Williams, & Wilkins.

Crews C, Connolly K, Bruett M, Whitted P, Beckwith N. (1986, January-February). Computerized central intake: Streamlining community health-care admissions. Nursing Economic$, 4(1), 31-36.

Dansky KH, Vasey J, Bowles K. (2008, August). Impact of telehealth on clinical outcomes in patients with heart failure. Clinical Nursing Research, 17(3), 182-199.

*de Blok J. (2011, Summer). Buurtzorg Nederland: A new perspective on elder care in The Netherlands. The Journal: AARP International, 82-86. Available: http://omahasystem.org/AARPTheJournal_Summer2011_deBlok.pdf

Doran K, Sampson B, Staus R, Ahern C, Schiro D. (1997, January). Clinical pathway across tertiary and community care after an interventional cardiology procedure. Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing, 11(2), 1-14.

Drake M, Wilson S, Warren D, Elfrink V, Hay E. (2006). KIWIN™: From prototype to product for use. In H-A Park, P Murray, C Delaney (Eds.), Consumer-centered Computer-supported care for healthy people—NI06: Proceedings of the 9th International Congress on Nursing Informatics (1007). Amsterdam, The Netherlands: IOS Press.

Elfrink VL, Martin KS. (1996, Summer). Educating for community nursing practice: Point of care technology. Healthcare Information Management, 10(2), 81-89.

Elfrink VL, Martin, KS, Davis, LS. (1997). The Nightingale Tracker: Information technology for community nursing education. In U Gerdin, M Tallberg, P Wainwright (Eds.), Nursing informatics: The impact of nursing knowledge on health care informatics (364-368). Amsterdam, The Netherlands: IOS Press.

Elfrink V. (1999, Winter). The Omaha System: Bridging nursing education and information technology. Online Journal of Nursing Informatics [online], 3(1), 15-19. Available: http://ojni.org/3_1/art3v3n1art.html

Elfrink VL, Martin KS. (2000, April). Effective teaching methods for preparing to use standardized vocabularies in automated information management systems. In V Saba, R Carr, W Sermeus, P Rocha (Eds.), One step beyond: The evolution of technology and nursing (96-101). Auckland, New Zealand: Adis International.

Elfrink V, Bakken S, Coenen A, McNeil B, Bickford C. (2001, February). Standardized nursing vocabularies: A foundation for quality care. Seminars in Oncology Nursing, 17(1), 18-23.

Elfrink V. (2001, December). A look to the future: How emerging information technology will impact operations and practice. Home Healthcare Nurse, 19(12), 751-757.

Elfrink VL, Davis LS. (2004, April). Using Omaha System data to improve the clinical education experiences of nursing students: The University of Cincinnati Project. Home Health Care Management and Practice, 16(3), 185-191.

Erdogan S, Esin NM. (2006, July). The Turkish version of the Omaha System: Its use in practice-based family nursing education. Nurse Education Today, 26(5), 396-402.

Erci B. (2005, January/February). Global case management. Lippincott’s Case Management, 10(1), 32-38.

*Erci B. (2011, June). The effectiveness of the Omaha System intervention on the women’s health promotion lifestyle profile and quality of life. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 68(4), 898-907.

Ervin NE. (2002). Advanced community health nursing practice: Population-focused care. Upper Saddle River, New Jersey: Prentice Hall.

Esposito L. (1994, May). Home health case management: Rural caregiving. Home Healthcare Nurse, 12(3), 38-43.

*Farri O, Monsen KA, Westra BL, Melton G. (2011, Fall). Analysis of free text with Omaha System targets in community-based care to inform practice and terminology development. Applied Clinical Informatics [online], 2(3), 304-316. Available: http://aci.schattauer.de/en/contents/archive/issue/1422/manuscript/16449/show.html

Finkelstein SM, Speedie SM, Potthoff S. (2006, April). Home telehealth improves clinical outcomes at lower cost for home healthcare. Telemedicine and e-Health, 12(2), 128-136.

Frenn M, Lundeen SP, Martin KS, Reisch SK, Wilson SA. (1996, February). Symposium on nursing centers: Past, present, and future. Journal of Nursing Education, 35(2), 54-62.

Garvin JH, Martin KS, Stassen DL, Bowles KH. (2008, March). The Omaha System: Coded data that describe patient care. Journal of the American Health Information Management Association, 79(3), 44-49.

Gaskell SM, McGourthy R. (2002, May/June). Is OASIS data a mirage? The Remington Report, 10(3), 16-18.

*Giguere N. (2011, Spring/Summer). Nursing research: Finding a key to the black box—Karen A. Monsen’s research. Minnesota Nursing, 17-19.

Gilbey V. (1990, Fall). Screening and counselling clinic evaluation project. The Canadian Journal of Nursing Research, 22(3), 23-38.

Gorski LA. (2004, April). Making a commitment to clinical data. Home Health Care Management and Practice, 16(3), 206-211.

Handly MJ, Grubb SK, Keefe NA, Martin KS. (2003, January). Essential activities for implementing a clinical information system in public health nursing. Journal of Nursing Administration, 33(1), 14-16.

Hays BJ. (1992, May/June). Nursing care requirements and resource consumption in home health care. Nursing Research, 41(3), 138-143.

Hays BJ, Norris J, Martin KS, Androwich I. (1994, June). Informatics issues for nursing’s future. Advances in Nursing Science, 16(4), 71-81.

Hays BJ, Willborn EH. (1996, February). Characteristics of clients who receive home health aide service. Public Health Nursing, 13(1), 58-64.

Helberg JL. (1993, October). Factors influencing home care nursing problems and nursing care. Research in Nursing and Health, 16(5), 363-370.

Helberg JL. (1994, April). Use of home care nursing resources by the elderly. Public Health Nursing, 11(2), 104-112.

Henry SB, Mead CN. (1997, May/June). Nursing classification systems: Necessary but not sufficient for representing “What nurses do” for inclusion in computer-based patient record systems. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association, 4(3), 222-232.

Hettinger BJ, Brazile RP. (1992, May/June). A database design for community health data. Computers in Nursing, 10(3), 109-115.

Hildebrandt E, Baisch MJ, Lundeen SP, Bell-Calvin J, Kelber S. (2003, September-October). Eleven years of primary health care delivery in an academic nursing center. Journal of Professional Nursing, 19(5), 279-288.

*Hong OS, Monsen KA, Kerr MJ, Chin DL, Lytton AB, Martin KS. (2012, October). Firefighter hearing health: An informatics approach to screening, measurement, and research. International Journal of Audiology, 51(10), 765-770.

Hong W-H S, Lundeen SP. (2009, September). Using ACHIS to analyze nursing health promotion interventions for vulnerable populations in a community nursing center: A pilot study. Asian Nursing Research, 3(3), 130-138.

Hoskins LM. (1997). Linking nursing diagnoses across the NANDA, Home Health Care, and Omaha Classification Systems. In MJ Rantz, P LeMone (Eds.), Classification of Nursing Diagnoses: Proceedings of the Twelfth Conference, North American Nursing Diagnosis Association (8-12). Glendale, CA: CINAHL Information Systems.

♦Huang L-H. (1994, September). The Omaha System application in home health nursing. Journal of Nursing Research (Republic of China), 41, 14-17. (Chinese)

*Humphrey CJ, Utterback KB. (2012, October). The role of evidence-based clinical practice in emerging home care models. CARING, XXXI(10), 26-30.

Hyun S, Park HA. (2002, June). Cross-mapping the ICNP with NANDA, HHCC, Omaha System and NIC for unified nursing language system development. International Nursing Review, 49(2), 99-110.

Institute of Medicine. (2004). Keeping patients safe: Transforming the work environment of nurses. A Page (Ed.). Washington, DC: National Academies Press. Available: http://www.iom.edu/CMS/3809/4671/16173.aspx

Jacobson JM, Eckstrom DL. (1997, February). Assessing homeless veterans using the Omaha assessment tool in a nontraditional home care setting. Home Care Provider, 2(1), 22-29.

Jenkins ML. (2003, August-October). Toward national comparable nurse practitioner data: Proposed data elements, rationale, and methods. Journal of Biomedical Informatics, 36(4-5), 342-350.

Jonkergouw PH. (1991). Computerisation of the nursing process. In EJS Hovenga, KJ Hannah, KA McCormick, JS Ronald (Eds.), Nursing Informatics ’91: Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference (457-463). New York: Springer.

Jorgensen CK, Young BA. (1989, May/June). The supervisory shared home visit tool. Home Healthcare Nurse, 7(3), 33-36.

Kaiser KL, Hays BJ, Cho WJ, Agrawal S. (2002, Spring). Examining health problems and intensity of need for care in family-focused community and public health nursing. Journal of Community Health Nursing, 19(1), 17-32.

Kane AT, Mahony DL. (1997, December). Issues in the integration of standardized nursing language for populations: A study of drug-exposed infants’ records. Public Health Nursing, 14(6), 346-352.

Kataoka-Yahiro M, Cohen J, Yoder M, Canham D. (1998, November-December). A learning-service community partnership model for pediatric student experiences. Nursing and HealthCare Perspectives, 19(6), 274-277.

Kerr MJ. (2009, Summer). Best practices in promoting the use of hearing protection. CAOHC Update, 21(2), 9-10.

Keyzer DM. (1994, January). Nurse management systems in the context of district nursing: The case of rural Australia. Journal of Nursing Management, 2(1), 9-14.

Keyzer K. (1996, May-June). Patient classified systems and rural district nurses in South West Victoria: Two studies in the process and cost of nursing services. Informatics in Healthcare-Australia, 5(2), 48-51.

Lamb GS, Zazworsky D. (1997, March). The Carondelet model. Nursing Management, 28(3), 27-28.

Lancaster J, Lowry LW, Martin KS. (1996). Organizing frameworks applied to community health nursing practice. In M Stanhope, J Lancaster (Eds.), Community health nursing: Promoting health of aggregates, families, and individuals (4th ed.) (179-205). St. Louis: Mosby.

Lang NM (Ed.). (1995). Nursing data systems: The emerging framework. Washington, DC: American Nurses Publishing.

♦Lee J-H, Park H-A. (2009, March). Development of a nursing decision support system for health problems of elementary and secondary school students. Journal of Korean Society of Medical Informatics, 15(1), 71-82. (Korean)

Leonardo ME, Resick LK, Bingman CA, Strotmeyer S. (2004, April). The alternatives for wellness centers: Drown in data or develop a reasonable electronic documentation system. Home Health Care Management and Practice, 16(3), 177-184.

Levi A, Marek KD, Jenkins M, Whelan EM, Gennaro S. (1994). Development of a community-based information system for nurse-managed practices. Information Technology in Community Health Conference Proceedings [online]. Formerly available: http://www.hsd.uvic.ca/HIS/ITCH/itch94/papers/levi.htm

Lowry LW, Martin KS. (2000). Organizing frameworks applied to community health nursing. In M Stanhope, J Lancaster (Eds.), Community and public health nursing (5th ed.) (202-225). St. Louis: Mosby.

Lowry LW, Martin KS. (2004). Organizing frameworks applied to community-oriented nursing. In M Stanhope, J Lancaster (Eds.), Community and public health nursing (6th ed.) (194-219). St. Louis: Mosby.

Lundberg C, Warren JJ, Brokel JM, Bulechek GM, Butcher HK, Martin KS, Moorhead S, Peterson C, Spisla C, Giarrizzo-Wilson S. (2008, Summer). Selecting a standardized terminology for the electronic health record that reveals the impact of nursing on patient care. Online Journal of Nursing Informatics [online], 12(2), 1-19. Available: http://ojni.org/12_2/lundberg.pdf

Lundeen SP. (1993, July). Comprehensive, collaborative, coordinated, community-based care: A community nursing center model. Family and Community Health, 16(2), 57-65.

Lundeen SP, Friedbacher BE. (1994). The Automated Community Health Information System (ACHIS): A relational database application of the Omaha System in a community nursing center. In SJ Grobe, ESP Puyter-Wenting (Eds.), Nursing informatics: An international overview for nursing in a technological era (393-397). Amsterdam: Elsevier.

Lundeen SP. (1997, March). Community nursing centers: Issues for managed care. Nursing Management, 28(3), 35-37.

Mahn VA, Zazworksky D. (2000). The advanced practice nurse case manager. In AB Hamric, JA Spross, CM Hanson (Eds.), Advanced Nursing Practice: An Integrated Approach (2nd ed.) (549-606). Philadelphia: Saunders.

Mallard CO. (2000). Nursing informatics in the home health care environment. In B Carty (Ed.), Nursing Informatics Education for Practice (252-270). New York: Springer.

Marek KD. (1996, June). Nursing diagnoses and home care nursing utilization. Public Health Nursing, 13(3), 195-200.

Marek KD. (1997, October/December). Measuring the effectiveness of nursing care. Outcomes Management for Nursing Practice, 1(1), 8-13.

Marek KD, Rantz MJ. (2000, Spring). Aging in place: A new model for long-term care. Nursing Administration Quarterly, 24(3), 1-11.

Marek KD, Jenkins ML, Stringer M, Brooten D, Alexander GL. (2004, April). Classifying perinatal advanced practice data with the Omaha System. Home Health Care Management and Practice, 16(3), 214-221.

Marek KD, Baker CD. (2006). Nurse home visit programs for the elderly. Annual Review of Nursing Research, 24: 157-178.

Marek KD, Popejoy L, Petroski G, Rantz M. (2006, First Quarter). Nurse care coordination in community-based long-term care. Journal of Nursing Scholarship, 38(1), 80-86.

Martin KS. (1982, November/December). A client classification system adaptable for computerization. Nursing Outlook, 30(9), 515-517.

Martin KS. (1982). Community health research in nursing diagnosis: The Omaha Study. In MJ Kim, DA Moritz (Eds.), Classification of nursing diagnoses: Proceedings of the third and fourth national conference (167-175). New York: McGraw-Hill.

Martin KS, Scheet NJ. (1985). The Omaha System: Implications for costing out nursing. In FA Shaffer (Ed.), Costing out nursing: Pricing our product (197-206). New York: National League for Nursing.

Martin KS. (1988, June). Research in home care. Nursing Clinics of North America, 23(2), 373-385.

Martin KS, Scheet NJ. (1988, May/June). The Omaha System: Providing a framework for assuring quality of home care. Home Healthcare Nurse, 6(3), 24-28.

Martin KS. (1988). Nursing minimum data set requirements for the community setting. In HH Werley, NM Lang (Eds.), Identification of the nursing minimum data set (214-222). New York: Springer.

Martin KS. (1989). Omaha System. In American Nurses Association, Classification systems for describing nursing practice (43-47). Kansas City, MO: ANA.

Martin KS, Scheet NJ. (1989). Nursing diagnosis in home health: The Omaha System. In IM Martinson, A Widmer (Eds.), Home health care nursing (67-72). Philadelphia: Saunders.

Martin KS, Leak GK, Aden CA. (1992, November). The Omaha System: A research-based model for decision making. Journal of Nursing Administration, 22(11), 47-52.

Martin KS, Scheet NJ. (1992). Nursing diagnosis applied to community health nursing. In M Stanhope, J Lancaster (Eds.), Community health nursing: Process and practice for promoting health (3rd ed.) (229-240). St. Louis: Mosby.

Martin KS, Scheet NJ. (1992). The Omaha System: Applications for community health nursing. Philadelphia: Saunders.

Martin KS, Scheet NJ. (1992). The Omaha System: A pocket guide for community health nursing. Philadelphia: Saunders.

Martin KS, Scheet NJ, Stegman MR. (1993, December). Home health clients: Characteristics, outcomes of care, and nursing interventions. American Journal of Public Health, 83(12), 1730-1734.

Martin KS. (1994). How can the quality of nursing practice be measured? In JC McCloskey, HK Grace (Eds.), Current issues in nursing (4th ed.) (342-349). St. Louis: Mosby.

Martin KS. (1995). The Omaha System: A data base for ambulatory and home care. In ME Mills, CA Romano, BR Heller (Eds.), Information management in nursing and healthcare (39-44). Springhouse, PA: Springhouse.

Martin KS, Norris J. (1996, October). The Omaha System: A model for describing practice. Holistic Nursing Practice, 11(1), 75-83.

Martin KS. (1997). Nursing and outcomes management. In Nursing and patient care processes: Nursing outcomes measurement (17-34). Oakbrook Terrace, IL: Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations.

♦Martin KS, Scheet NJ. (1997). The Omaha System. In Handboek verpleegkundige diagnostiek, interventies en resultaten (A1900.1-A1900.24). Bohn Stafleu Van Loghum: Houten, The Netherlands. (Dutch)

♦Martin KS, Scheet NJ. (1997). The Omaha System: A pocket guide for community health nursing. Tokyo: Ishiyaku. (Reprinted: Translated into Japanese). (Japanese)

Martin KS, Martin DL. (1997). How can the quality of nursing practice be measured? In JC McCloskey, HK Grace (Eds.), Current issues in nursing (5th ed.) (315-321). St. Louis: Mosby.

Martin KS. (1997). Home healthcare. In JM Black, E Matassarin-Jacobs (Eds.), Medical-surgical nursing: Clinical management for continuity of care (5th ed.) (146-157). Philadelphia: Saunders.

Martin KS, Gorski LA. (1998, Fall). Managed care: Effects on home health providers and stroke survivors. Topics in Stroke Rehabilitation, 5(3), 11-24.

Martin KS, Norris J, Leak GK. (1999, January/March). Psychometric analysis of the Problem Rating Scale for Outcomes. Outcomes Management for Nursing Practice, 3(1), 20-25.

♦Martin KS, Bessho Y, Saito Y. (1999, April). The introduction to the Omaha System. The Japanese Journal of Total Care, 9(4), 64-72. (Japanese)

♦Martin KS, Bessho Y, Saito, Y. (1999, April). Introduction to the Omaha System. Journal of Comprehensive Care, 9(4), 72-80. (Japanese)

Martin KS. (1999, Winter). The Omaha System: Past, present, and future. Online Journal of Nursing Informatics [online], 3(1), 1-6. Available: http://ojni.org/3_1/art1v3n1art.html

Martin KS. (2001). Home healthcare. In JM Black, JH Hawks, A Keene (Eds.), Medical-surgical nursing: Clinical management for positive outcomes (6th ed.) (107-117). Philadelphia: Saunders.

Martin KS, Bowles KH. (2002). Nursing diagnoses, interventions, and outcomes of care: The Omaha System. In IM Martinson, AG Widmer, CJ Portillo (Eds.), Home health care nursing (2nd ed.) (104-113). Philadelphia: Saunders.

Martin KS. (2003). The Omaha System. In M O’Toole, Miller-Keane encyclopedia and dictionary of medicine, nursing, and allied health (7th ed.) (2257-2259). Philadelphia: Saunders.

Martin KS, Baisch MJ, Bell-Calvin J. (2003, January). Data mining produces gold. Nursing Matters, 14(1), 6-7.

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