Thursday December 14th 2017

Development of a balance, safe mobility and falls management programme for people with multiple sclerosis – Gunn H, Endacott R, Haas B, Marsden J,…

PURPOSE: To utilise stakeholder input to inform the structure, format and approach of a multiple sclerosis (MS) balance, safe mobility and falls management programme. MATERIALS AND METHODS: Using a three-round nominal group technique, participants … (Source: SafetyLit)

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