Diane Brannon.

                BOOKS AND CHAPTERS IN BOOKS
 
Banaszak-Holl, J., Zinn, J., Brannon, D., Castle, N. and Mor, V. (In Press.) "Specialization and
              Diversification in the Nursing Home Industry."  State of the Art Reviews:Long Term Care.
              J.Holt and M. Leibovici (Eds.) Hanley and Belfus, Inc.:  Philadelphia.

Brannon, D. and Barry, T.  (1997).  Quality Improvement and the Management of Dependency in
            Nursing Facilities.  Societal Mechanisms for Maintaining Competence.  S. Willis, K. W.
            Schaie, M. Hayward (eds.), Springer.

Castle, N., Zinn, J. and  Brannon,D. (1996). "Quality Management in Long-Term Care." State of
            the Art Reviews: Long Term Care.  J.Holt and M. Leibovici (Eds.) Hanley and Belfus, Inc.,
            Philadelphia.

Brannon, D.  Are SHMOs Remedies to Bureaucracy?  (1992). Social Structures and Caregiving: 
            Family and Cross-national Perspectives.  S. Zarit, L. Pearlin & K. W. Schaie (eds.),
            Lawrence Erlbaum.

SmyerSmyer, M., M. Cohn, and D. Brannon.  (1988).  Mental Health Consultation in Nursing
            Homes.   New York:  New York University Press.

Austin, M.J., D. Brannon and P.J. Pecora.  (1984).  Managing Staff Development Programs in
            Human Service Agencies, Chicago:  Nelson-Hall.

Brannon, D.  Enhancing the Training Role of Supervisors:  A Training Monograph, National Child
            Welfare Training Center, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 1982.
 

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