Impact of Biomedical and Biopsychosocial Training Sessions on the Attitudes, Beliefs and Recommendations of Health Care Providers about Low Back Pain: A Randomised Clinical Trial
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Doménech, Julio; Sánchez Zuriaga, Daniel; Segura Ortí, E; Espejo Tort, Begoña Perfil; Lisón, Juan Francisco
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Impact of Biomedical and Biopsychosocial Training Sessions on the Attitudes, Beliefs and Recommendations of Health Care Providers about Low Back Pain

    Doménech, Julio; Sánchez Zuriaga, Daniel; Segura Ortí, E; Espejo Tort, Begoña; Lisón, Juan Francisco (2011) Impact of Biomedical and Biopsychosocial Training Sessions on the Attitudes, Beliefs and Recommendations of Health Care Providers about Low Back Pain: A Randomised Clinical Trial Pain 152 11 2557 2563

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