Presenting evidence-based health information for people with multiple sclerosis: The IN-DEEP project protocol Full Text
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Hill S et al. – This project aims to produce accessible and meaningful evidence–based health information about MS for use in the varied decision making and management situations people encounter in everyday life. It is expected that the findings will be relevant to broader efforts to provide evidence–based health information for patients and the general public. The international collaboration also permits exploration of cultural differences that could inform international practice.

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