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Academic Article Physical access barriers to care for diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer among women with mobility impairments.
Academic Article Mobilizing to address increasing population disability.
Academic Article Implications of mobility impairment on the diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer.
Academic Article A 44-year-old woman with difficulty walking.
Academic Article Health coaching via an internet portal for primary care patients with chronic conditions: a randomized controlled trial.
Academic Article Patterns of mobility aid use among working-age persons with multiple sclerosis living in the community in the United States.
Academic Article Improving patient-clinician communication about chronic conditions: description of an internet-based nurse E-coach intervention.
Academic Article Perspectives on use of mobility aids in a diverse population of seniors: implications for intervention.
Academic Article Experiences acquiring and using mobility aids among working-age persons with multiple sclerosis living in communities in the United States.
Concept Mobility Limitation
Academic Article "How did that happen?" Public responses to women with mobility disability during pregnancy.
Academic Article Effects of disability on pregnancy experiences among women with impaired mobility.
Academic Article Physical Accessibility of Routine Prenatal Care for Women with Mobility Disability.
Academic Article Recommendations about Pregnancy from Women with Mobility Disability to Their Peers.
Academic Article Labor, delivery, and anesthesia experiences of women with physical disability.
Academic Article Challenges of Developing a Natural Language Processing Method With Electronic Health Records to Identify Persons With Chronic Mobility Disability.
Academic Article Exploring Cancer Treatment Experiences for Patients With Preexisting Mobility Disability.
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Funded by the NIH National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences through its Clinical and Translational Science Awards Program, grant number UL1TR002541.