Integrating self-management support for knee injuries into routine clinical practice: TRAK intervention design and delivery

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Button, Kate; Nicholas, Kevin; Busse-Morris, Monica; Collins, Mark; Spasic, Irena;

Background\ud TRAK is a web-based intervention that provides knee patients with health information, personalised exercise plans and remote clinical support. The aim of this study was to fully define TRAK intervention content, setting and context and develop the training... View more
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