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Published on 23.04.18 in Vol 20, No 4 (2018): April

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Works citing "Using Plain Language and Adding Communication Technology to an Existing Health-Related Questionnaire to Help Generate Accurate Information: Qualitative Study"

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  1. Welbie M, Wittink H, Bozkurt S, Coban T, Devillé WL. Usability of the Turkish Translation of the Dutch Talking Touch Screen Questionnaire for Physical Therapy Patients With a Turkish Background: Qualitative Study. JMIR Formative Research 2020;4(2):e14189
  2. Liu J, Liu M. Application of Information Technology in College Physical Education. Journal of Physics: Conference Series 2020;1574:012094
  3. Tan CYF, Fang AHS, Koh EYL, Low LL. The effect of psychological resilience on functional outcomes in post-operative hip fracture patients in a Singapore community hospital. Proceedings of Singapore Healthcare 2020;:201010582094853
  4. Welbie M, Wittink H, Westerman MJ, Topper I, Snoei J, Devillé WLJM. A Mobile Patient-Reported Outcome Measure App With Talking Touchscreen: Usability Assessment. JMIR Formative Research 2019;3(3):e11617
  5. Bruland D, Voß M, Schulenkorf T, Latteck . Mit Schwung und Energie durch den Tag. Partizipative Forschung zur Förderung der bewegungsbezogenen Gesundheitskompetenz bei Menschen mit Lernschwierigkeiten. Prävention und Gesundheitsförderung 2019;14(4):368
  6. Meerhoff GA, van Dulmen SA, Maas MJ, Bakker-Jacobs A, Nijhuis-Van der Sanden MW, van der Wees PJ. Exploring the perspective of patients with musculoskeletal health problems in primary care on the use of patient-reported outcome measures to stimulate quality improvement in physiotherapist practice; a qualitative study.. Physiotherapy Theory and Practice 2019;:1