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Rubinelli S, Glässel A, Brach M: From the person’s perspective: Perceived problems in functioning among individuals with spinal cord injury in Switzerland, Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine 2016; 48: 235-243.
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InSCI is the first global survey for persons with spinal cord injuries, initiated by Swiss Paraplegic Research and based on the SwiSCI role model.
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