What's in the black box of arthritis rehabilitation? A comparison of rehabilitation practice for patients with inflammatory arthritis in northern Europe.

@article{Grotle2013WhatsIT,
  title={What's in the black box of arthritis rehabilitation? A comparison of rehabilitation practice for patients with inflammatory arthritis in northern Europe.},
  author={Margreth Grotle and Mari Klokkerud and Ingvild Kjeken and Ann Bremander and Sofia Hagel and Britta Str{\"o}mbeck and Kim H\orslev-Petersen and Jorit Meesters and Thea P. M. Vliet Vlieland and K{\aa}re Birger Hagen},
  journal={Journal of rehabilitation medicine},
  year={2013},
  volume={45 5},
  pages={458-66}
}
BACKGROUND In evaluating complex interventions, it is a challenge for researchers to provide transparent reporting of the intervention content with sufficient detail and clarity such that effects can be compared across studies or countries. OBJECTIVE To describe and compare the content of current rehabilitation for patients with inflammatory arthritis across 4 northern European countries. PATIENTS AND METHODS A total of 731 patients with inflammatory rheumatic diseases participated in a… CONTINUE READING

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