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perceived benefit

perceived benefit

Who Benefits From Volunteering? Variations in Perceived Benefits

Perceived Benefits of Mentoring in Pediatric Psychology: A Qualitative Approach

Use and Perceived Benefits of Handheld Computer-based Clinical References

Making Sense of Loss, Perceiving Benefits, and Posttraumatic Growth

Consumption of nutritional supplements among adolescents: usage and perceived benefits

In response to: Electronic health records in small physician practices: availability, use, and perceived benefits

Electronic health records in small physician practices: availability, use, and perceived benefits

Meaningful use care coordination criteria: Perceived barriers and benefits among primary care providers

Patient-perceived benefits of and barriers to using out-of-hours primary care centres

Perceived benefit after participating in positive or negative / neutral heart failure trials: the patients' perspective

P1528Perceived benefits and barriers of family-centered rounds in cardiovascular clinical care

Using Rasch modeling to re-evaluate three scales related to physical activity: enjoyment, perceived benefits and perceived barriers

Patient Perceived Benefit in Facial Aesthetic Procedures: FACE-Q as a Tool to Study Botulinum Toxin Injection Outcomes

Singing for Successful Ageing: The Perceived Benefits of Participating in the Golden Oldies Community-Arts Programme

FEASIBILITY AND PERCEIVED BENEFITS OF FOUR-WEEK GROUPS FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH EARLY STAGE MEMORY LOSS

Are there differences in perceived patient benefit after participating in positive and negative clinical heart failure trials?

A Pilot Trial of a Stress Management Intervention for Primary Caregivers of Children Newly Diagnosed With Cancer: Preliminary Evidence That Perceived Social Support Moderates the Psychosocial Benefit of Intervention

 

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