Occupational therapy addressing the ability to perform activities of daily living among persons living with chronic conditions: a randomised controlled pilot study of ABLE 2.0

Vita Hagelskjær*, Kristina Tomra Nielsen, Cecilie von Bülow, Maud Graff, Eva Ejlersen Wæhrens

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