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Therapeutic alliance between physiotherapists and patients with knee osteoarthritis consulting via telephone: a longitudinal study.

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Summary of "Therapeutic alliance between physiotherapists and patients with knee osteoarthritis consulting via telephone: a longitudinal study."

Explore therapeutic alliance between physiotherapists and patients with knee osteoarthritis during telephone consultations. Specifically, i) describe and compare physiotherapist and patient ratings; ii) determine if alliance changes over time, and; iii) evaluate if individual characteristics are associated with alliance.

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Name: Arthritis care & research
ISSN: 2151-4658
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