Marie-Pierre Emery

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The exponential development of Patient-Reported Outcomes (PRO) measures in clinical research has led to the creation of the Patient-Reported Outcome and Quality of Life Instruments Database (PROQOLID) to facilitate the selection process of PRO measures in clinical research. The project was initiated by Mapi Research Trust in Lyon, France. Initially called(More)
This research was supported by a grant from The Foundation for Physical Therapy, Alexandria, VA. The purpose of this study was to determine the reliability of a quantitative measure of knee ligament laxity in vivo. The testing device simultaneously measures applied forces and resulting displacement at the knee through use of a multidimensional(More)
The Berne Convention and the national laws on intellectual property fully apply to PRO instruments. The identification of and access to an original PRO instrument is often associated with copyright ownership. This is the copyright holder of the instrument who will control its access (distribution and reproduction), its adaptation or modification, and its(More)
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