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3. Addressing the challenge of health measurement


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4. Towards a minimal generic set of domains of functioning and health

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5. Biological health or lived health: which predicts self-reported general health better?

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6. Towards a minimal generic set of domains of functioning and health

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7. Biological health or lived health: which predicts self-reported general health better?

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8. Investigating the dimension functioning from a condition-specific perspective and the qualifier scale of the International Classification of Functioning, Disability, and Health...


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9. Validation of the Brief International Classification of Functioning, Disability, and Health (ICF) Core Set for Hand Conditions


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10. ICF Core Set for head and neck cancer: do the categories discriminate among clinically relevant subgroups of patients?


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