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Patient Reported Outcomes in a New Home-Based Rehabilitation Programme for Prostate Cancer Patients

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Patient Reported Outcomes in a New Home-Based Rehabilitation Programme for Prostate Cancer Patients. / Villumsen, Brigitta R.; Grønbech Jørgensen, Martin; Frystyk, Jan; Hørdam, Britta; Borre, Michael.

I: International Archives of Nursing and Health Care, Bind 1, Nr. 3, 26.12.2015.

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Villumsen, BR, Grønbech Jørgensen, M, Frystyk, J, Hørdam, B & Borre, M 2015, 'Patient Reported Outcomes in a New Home-Based Rehabilitation Programme for Prostate Cancer Patients', International Archives of Nursing and Health Care, bind 1, nr. 3.

APA

Villumsen, B. R., Grønbech Jørgensen, M., Frystyk, J., Hørdam, B., & Borre, M. (2015). Patient Reported Outcomes in a New Home-Based Rehabilitation Programme for Prostate Cancer Patients. International Archives of Nursing and Health Care, 1(3).

Vancouver

Villumsen BR, Grønbech Jørgensen M, Frystyk J, Hørdam B, Borre M. Patient Reported Outcomes in a New Home-Based Rehabilitation Programme for Prostate Cancer Patients. International Archives of Nursing and Health Care. 2015 dec 26;1(3).

Author

Villumsen, Brigitta R. ; Grønbech Jørgensen, Martin ; Frystyk, Jan ; Hørdam, Britta ; Borre, Michael. / Patient Reported Outcomes in a New Home-Based Rehabilitation Programme for Prostate Cancer Patients. I: International Archives of Nursing and Health Care. 2015 ; Bind 1, Nr. 3.

Bibtex

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AU - Borre, Michael

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