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Comprehensive and interdisciplinary patient education and counseling programs for highly distressed patients with rheumatic diseases - a need in rheumatology care and a challenge to outcome research



Comprehensive and interdisciplinary patient education and counseling programs for highly distressed patients with rheumatic diseases - a need in rheumatology care and a challenge to outcome research



Patient Education and Counseling 87(2): 131-132




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PMID: 22546482

DOI: 10.1016/j.pec.2012.04.001


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