Using movement studies to evaluate health technologies as part of a holistic assessment based on the WHO ICF dimensions of health

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    This paper examines using movement studies to evaluate health technologies as part of a holistic assessment based on the WHO ICF dimensions of health.

    Conference

    ConferenceEuropean congress on prevention of diseases through physiotherapy
    CountryAustria
    CityVienna
    Period27/11/0230/11/02

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    Keywords

    • movement
    • WHO ICF

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    Rowe, P. J. (2002). Using movement studies to evaluate health technologies as part of a holistic assessment based on the WHO ICF dimensions of health. 31. Paper presented at European congress on prevention of diseases through physiotherapy, Vienna, Austria.
    Rowe, P.J. / Using movement studies to evaluate health technologies as part of a holistic assessment based on the WHO ICF dimensions of health. Paper presented at European congress on prevention of diseases through physiotherapy, Vienna, Austria.
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    Rowe, PJ 2002, 'Using movement studies to evaluate health technologies as part of a holistic assessment based on the WHO ICF dimensions of health' Paper presented at European congress on prevention of diseases through physiotherapy, Vienna, Austria, 27/11/02 - 30/11/02, pp. 31.

    Using movement studies to evaluate health technologies as part of a holistic assessment based on the WHO ICF dimensions of health. / Rowe, P.J.

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    Rowe PJ. Using movement studies to evaluate health technologies as part of a holistic assessment based on the WHO ICF dimensions of health. 2002. Paper presented at European congress on prevention of diseases through physiotherapy, Vienna, Austria.