Evaluation of a multimodal pain rehabilitation programme in primary care based on clinical register data: a feasibility study.

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Summary of "Evaluation of a multimodal pain rehabilitation programme in primary care based on clinical register data: a feasibility study."

Investigate the feasibility of identifying a well-defined treatment group and a comparable reference group in clinical register data.


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Name: Primary health care research & development
ISSN: 1477-1128
Pages: e2


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