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Rehabilitation in a primary care setting for persons with chronic illness – a randomized controlled trial
Primary Health Care Research and Development
Aim: The primary objective of this study was to determine whether adults with a chronic illness within a primary care setting who received a rehabilitation intervention in this setting showed greater improvement in health status and had fewer hospital admissions and emergency room visits compared with adults who do not receive the intervention. Background: More than half of Canadians (16 million people) live with chronic illness. Persons with chronic illness in primary care, especially olderdoi:10.1017/s1463423610000113 fatcat:4nhriglvtfgn3mgsmbtj57bcq4