Read the annual report for PROgrez here. Please note the report is in danish.
Articles, reports and opinion pieces
Often times publications are behind a paywall. However, when we have the opportunity, we will share our publications here.
- Cost-effectiveness of an 8-week supervised education and exercise therapy programme for knee and hip osteoarthritis: a pre-post analysis of 16 255 patients participating in Good Life with osteoArthritis in Denmark (GLA:D) Dorte T Grønne
- Complex Lifestyle and Psychological Intervention in Knee Osteoarthritis: Scoping Review of Randomized Controlled Trials Bryan Yijia Tan
- Clinicians' beliefs and attitudes to physical activity and exercise therapy as treatment for knee and/or hip osteoarthritis: a scoping review N Nissen
- Wearables in real life: A qualitative study of experiences of people with epilepsy who use home seizure monitoring devices Lotte Schelde Olsen
- Development of an internet-delivered cognitive behavioral therapy program for use in combination with exercise therapy and education by patients at increased risk of chronic pain following total knee arthroplasty Turid Rognsvåg
- Measurement properties of UCLA Activity Scale for hip and knee arthroplasty patients and translation and cultural adaptation into Danish Anne Mørup-Petersen
- To what extent are comorbidity profiles associated with referral and uptake to cardiac rehabilitation Lars Hermann Tang
- Critically appraised paper: A self-directed, web-based exercise and physical activity program supported with text messages improves knee pain and function for people with knee osteoarthritis [commentary] Pætur Mikal Holm
- Agreement Between Self-Reported Information and Administrative Data on Comorbidities, Imaging and Treatment in Denmark - A Validation Study of 38,745 Patients with Knee or Hip Osteoarthritis Halit Selçuk
- Prognostic factors of total hip replacement during a 2-year period in participants enrolled in supervised education and exercise therapy: a prognostic study of 3657 participants with hip osteoarthritis Stine Clausen