Emerging versions of patient involvement with Patient Reported Outcomes

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Emerging versions of patient involvement with Patient Reported Outcomes. / Langstrup, Henriette.

2017. Paper presented at InfraHealth 2017
The 6th international workshop on Infrastructures for healthcare (IHC), Aarhus N., Denmark.

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Langstrup, H 2017, 'Emerging versions of patient involvement with Patient Reported Outcomes', Paper presented at InfraHealth 2017
The 6th international workshop on Infrastructures for healthcare (IHC), Aarhus N., Denmark, 22/06/2017 - 23/06/2017. https://doi.org/10.18420/ihc2017_005

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Langstrup, H. (2017). Emerging versions of patient involvement with Patient Reported Outcomes. Paper presented at InfraHealth 2017
The 6th international workshop on Infrastructures for healthcare (IHC), Aarhus N., Denmark. https://doi.org/10.18420/ihc2017_005

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Langstrup H. Emerging versions of patient involvement with Patient Reported Outcomes. 2017. Paper presented at InfraHealth 2017
The 6th international workshop on Infrastructures for healthcare (IHC), Aarhus N., Denmark. https://doi.org/10.18420/ihc2017_005

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Langstrup, Henriette. / Emerging versions of patient involvement with Patient Reported Outcomes. Paper presented at InfraHealth 2017
The 6th international workshop on Infrastructures for healthcare (IHC), Aarhus N., Denmark.6 p.

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