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Aiken, Linda H., Herbert L. Smith, and Eileen T. Lake. "Lower Medicare Mortality among a Set of Hospitals Known for Good Nursing Care." In Studying the Organization and Delivery of Health Services: Research Methods, edited by N. Fulop, P. Allen, A. Clarke and N. Black. London: Routledge, 2004.
Aiken, Linda H.. "How the Organization and Staffing of Hospitals Affect Patient Outcomes." International Medical Forum 103 (1998): 79-85.
Aiken, Linda H.. "Nurse Staffing Impact on Organizational Outcomes." In Policy and Politics in Nursing and Health Care, edited by Diana Mason, Judy Leavitt and Mary Chaffee, 550-559. 5th ed. St. Louis, MO: Elsevier, 2007.
Aiken, Linda H., and James L. Aiken. "A Systematic Approach to the Evaluation of Interpersonal Relationships." In The Nursing Process in Practice. New York: American Journal of Nursing Co., 1974.
Aiken, Linda H., and Richard A. Cooper. "Training, Education, and Manpower." In Patient Safety Implications for Research: A Global Perspective, 57-60. WHO World Alliance for Patient Safety. Geneva: World Health Organization, 2008.
Aiken, Linda H., and Howard E. Freeman. "A Sociological Perspective on Science and Technology in Medicine." In A Guide to the Culture of Science, Technology, and Medicine, edited by Paul T. Durbin, 527-580. New York: Free Press, 1980.
Aiken, Linda H.. "Review of AIDS and the Allied Health Professions by Joyce Hopp and Elizabeth Rogers." New England Journal of Medicine 322 (1990): 1677-1678.
Aiken, Linda H.. "The Nurse Labor Market." Journal of Nursing Administration 14 (1984): 18-23. Abstract
Aiken, Linda H.. Toward a National Strategy for Long-Term Care of the Elderly. Washington, D.C.: Institute of Medicine, National Academy of Sciences, 1986.
Aiken, Linda H.. "Improving Care for the Chronically Mentally III: A Nine-City Demonstration in the United States." In New Directions in Mental Health Evaluation, edited by Isaac Marks, Joseph Connolly and Matthijs Muijen. London: Institute of Psychiatry and Bethlehem-Maudsley Hospital, 1988.
Aiken, Linda H.. "Nursing: Saving lives, improving patient care outcomes." In Shaping Health Policy Through Nursing Research, edited by Ada Sue Hinshaw and Patricia A. Grady, 215-229. Springer Publishing Company, 2010.
Aiken, Linda H.. "Physicians: How Many do We Need?" Annals of Internal Medicine 93 (1980): 135-136.
Aiken, Linda H.. "Educational Innovations In Gerontology: Teaching Nursing Homes and Gerontological Nurse Practitioners." In The Beverly Lecture on Gerontology and Geriatrics Education, Association for Gerontology in Higher Education. Vol. 5. Washington, D.C., 1990.
Aiken, Linda H., Robert J. Blendon, and David E. Rogers. "The shortage of hospital nurses: a new perspective." In Nursing Issues and Nursing Strategies for the Eighties, edited by B. Bullough, V. Bullough and M. C. Soukup. New York: Springer, 1983.
Aiken, Linda H.. "Physician Payment Reform." In Economics of Health Care in the 1990s. New York: Cornell Medical College, 1993.