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A total of 200 participants are predicted to be enrolled for completing questionnaires in relation of visual analogue scale, back pain disability and autonomy in a central rehabilitation center in Tirana, Albania. A feasibility, validate, test-retest reliability and observational design is estimated.
This study consist of two parts, firstly translation and cross-cultural adaptation of pain and automaton questionnaires into albanian language and secondly psychometric evaluation of the questionnaires including test-retest reliability in a rehabilitation center of Tirana, Albania.
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Universidad Católica San Antonio de Murcia
Published on BioPortfolio: 2019-10-24T12:49:47-0400
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