Participatory methodologies in a digital setting; experiences of the co-creation of an eHealth tool for people with COPD

S. Lundell (Umeå, Sweden), A. Toots (Umeå, Sweden), P. Sönnerfors (Stockholm, Sweden), A. Halvarsson (Stockholm, Sweden), K. Wadell (Umeå, Sweden)

Source: Virtual Congress 2021 – Respiratory physiotherapy: e-health, activities of daily living and measurement properties of instruments

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