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Core clinical competencies for extended-scope physiotherapists working in musculoskeletal (MSK) interface clinics based in primary care: A Delphi consensus study

@inproceedings{Suckley2012CoreCC,
  title={Core clinical competencies for extended-scope physiotherapists working in musculoskeletal (MSK) interface clinics based in primary care: A Delphi consensus study},
  author={Janet Suckley},
  year={2012}
}
Objectives: The primary aim of this UK-based study was to identify core clinical competencies (skills, knowledge, attitudes, and behaviours) for primary-care-based extended-scope physiotherapists (ESPs) working in the field of adult musculoskeletal (MSK) medicine. [...] Key Method Seventy-two experts volunteered to take part in a three-round online Delphi survey and fifty-six experts completed all three rounds.Expand
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