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- Does additional acute phase inpatient rehabilitation help people return to work? A subgroup analysis from a randomized controlled trial.
- Kareem Brusco, Natasha.
- Watts, Jennifer J.
- Shields, Nora.
- Chan, Siew-Pang.
- Taylor, Nicholas
- La Trobe University
- 110317 Physiotherapy
- 110321 Rehabilitation and Therapy (excl. Physiotherapy)
- Funded by the Australian National Health and Medical Research Council (grant 541958)
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- 8 p. (p. 754-761)
- Open Access. The accepted version of this work has been reproduced here according to the publisher's polices.
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- Clinical Rehabilitation, 28(8): 754-761