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Effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of an optimized process of providing assistive technology for impaired upper extremity function: Protocol of a prospective, quasi-experimental non-randomized study (OMARM)

Effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of an optimized process of providing assistive technology for impaired upper extremity function: Protocol of a prospective, quasi-experimental non-randomized study (OMARM)
Roentgen UR, Heide LA, Kremer IE, Creemers H, Brehm MA, Groothuis JT, Hagedoren EA, Daniëls R, Evers SM. Effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of an optimized process of providing assistive technology for impaired upper extremity function: Protocol of a prospective, quasi-experimental non-randomized study (OMARM) 2021


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Full Reference (text) Roentgen UR, Heide LA, Kremer IE, Creemers H, Brehm MA, Groothuis JT, Hagedoren EA, Daniëls R, Evers SM. Effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of an optimized process of providing assistive technology for impaired upper extremity function: Protocol of a prospective, quasi-experimental non-randomized study (OMARM). Technology and Disability. 2021 Jan 1;33(3):207-20.
Full Reference (URL) https://content.iospress.com/download/technology-and-disability/tad210335?id=technology-and-disability%2Ftad210335
Publication Title Effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of an optimized process of providing assistive technology for impaired upper extremity function: Protocol of a prospective, quasi-experimental non-randomized study (OMARM)
Author(s) Roentgen UR, Heide LA, Kremer IE, Creemers H, Brehm MA, Groothuis JT, Hagedoren EA, Daniëls R, Evers SM.
Publication Details Effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of an optimized process of providing assistive technology for impaired upper extremity function: Protocol of a prospective, quasi-experimental non-randomized study (OMARM)
Publication Year / End of Project 2021
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