Infusing disability equity within rehabilitation education and practice: A qualitative study of lived experiences of ableism, allyship, and healthcare partnership

Introduction Disabled people have long had disparate access to care and community. This has been exacerbated…

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Satisfaction with health care services in young people with cerebral palsy in the transition period: results from a European multicenter study

Introduction Over the last two decades, birth prevalence for cerebral palsy (CP) caused in the prenatal…

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Development of mobile health-based interventions to promote physical activity in patients with head and neck cancer: a qualitative study

1 Introduction Head and neck cancer (HNC) is the sixth most frequent cancer type worldwide (1).…

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The HPV vaccine prevents head and neck cancers in men, study suggests

The HPV vaccine is linked to a drastic reduction in head and neck cancers in adolescent…

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Health care interpreters important for heart attack rehabilitation, says study

Credit: CC0 Public Domain After a heart attack, foreign-born people are less likely to attend a…

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Smoking, drinking, and dietary habits linked to head and neck cancer risk, study finds

A recent┬áJAMA Otolaryngoly-Head Neck Surgery explores the association between the risk of developing head and neck…

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