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Cross-cultural validation of the Educational Needs Assessment Tool in RA in 7 European countries

By Mwidimi Ndosi, Alan Tennant, Ulrika Bergsten, Marja Leena Kukkurainen, Pedro Machado, Jenny de la Torre-Aboki, Thea PM Vliet Vlieland, Heidi A Zangi and Jackie Hill
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