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Consumers' experiences of back pain in rural Western Australia: access to information and services, and self-management behaviours

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Consumers' experiences of back pain in rural Western Australia: access to information and services, and self-management behaviours

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Consumers' experiences of back pain in rural Western Australia: access to information and services, and self-management behaviours

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Consumers' experiences of back pain in rural Western Australia: access to information and services, and self-management behaviours

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England: BioMed Central Ltd

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BMC health services research, 2012, Vol.12 (1), p.357-357

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TN_cdi_doaj_primary_oai_doaj_org_article_dfe96307f152463882eb422734c667cd

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English

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England: BioMed Central Ltd

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Coordinated, interdisciplinary services, supported by self-management underpin effective management for chronic low back pain (CLBP). However, a combination of system, provider and consumer-based barriers exist which limit the implementation of such models into practice, particularly in rural areas where unique access issues exist. In order to impr...

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Consumers' experiences of back pain in rural Western Australia: access to information and services, and self-management behaviours

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1472-6963

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1472-6963

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10.1186/1472-6963-12-357

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