MD - Mt. Sinai School of Medicine, New York, NY
General field of research:
Affiliations other than medicine:
88 E. Newton Street, Robinson 2, Boston, MA 02118
Phone: (617)-638 6100
Nursing Homes; Pressure Ulcers; Urinary Incontinence
Summary of research interest:
Dr. Brandeis’s work has focused on the medical problems of nursing home residents. He has published on the problems of urinary incontinence, pressure ulcers, and providing care for nursing home residents.
Weinberg A, Brandeis G, Weiss JP, Bruyere J, Rutman M, Blaivas JG. 2009. Validation of the overactive bladder symptom score in Spanish (OABSS-S) in the elderly. J Amer Geriatr Soc; 57(4):S186. (abstract)
Allensworth-Davies D, Leigh J, Pukstas K, Geron SM, Hardt E, Brandeis G, Engle RL, Parker VA. 2007. Country of origin and racio-ethnicity: are there differences in perceived organizational cultural competency and job satisfaction among nursing assistants in long-term care? Health Care Manage Rev.;32(4):321-9. PMID: 18075441
Brandeis GH, Oates DJ. 2007. The Judaic-Christian origin of nursing homes. J Am Med Dir Assoc; 8(5):279-83. PMID: 17570305
Brandeis GH, Hogan M, Murphy M, Murray S. 2007. Electronic health record implementation in community nursing homes. J Am Med Dir Assoc; 8:31-34. PMID: 17210500
Tyler DA, Parker VA, Engle RL, Brandeis GH, Hickey EC, Rosen AK, Wang F, Berlowitz DR. 2006. An exploration of job design in long-term care facilities and its effect on nursing employee satisfaction. Health Care Management Review; 31(2):137-44. PMID: 16648693
Brandeis GH. 2002. Ask the expert: do you know if incontinent, bedridden nursing home patients do better overall with a catheter or with disposable underwear? What if they have sacral pressure ulcers? Ann of Long-term Care; 10(10):50-53.
Brandeis GH, Berlowitz DR, Katz P. 2001. Are pressure ulcers preventable? A survey of experts. Adv in Skin and Wound Care; 14(5):244-248. PMID: 11905972
Berlowitz DR, Brandeis GH, Anderson JJ, Ash AS, Kader B, Morris JN, Moskowitz, MA. 2001. Evaluation of a risk-adjustment model for pressure ulcer development using the minimum data set. J Am Geriatr Soc; 49:872-876. PMID: 11527477