Fractures have been identified as one of the 20 major health conditions for the World Health Organization's (WHO) Package of Interventions for Rehabilitation (PIR) - that includes also the needs of children and youth. The identification of existing interventions for rehabilitation and related evidence is a crucial step along the development of the PIR. The methods for the identification have been developed by WHO Rehabilitation Programme and Cochrane Rehabilitation under the guidance of WHO's Guideline Review Committee Secretariat.

A systematic review of Clinical Practice Guidelines for the management of fractures in the pediatric population: identification of best evidence for rehabilitation to develop the WHO's Package of Interventions for Rehabilitation

Gimigliano, Francesca;Liguori, Sara;Moretti, Antimo;Toro, Giuseppe;Iolascon, Giovanni
2021

Abstract

Fractures have been identified as one of the 20 major health conditions for the World Health Organization's (WHO) Package of Interventions for Rehabilitation (PIR) - that includes also the needs of children and youth. The identification of existing interventions for rehabilitation and related evidence is a crucial step along the development of the PIR. The methods for the identification have been developed by WHO Rehabilitation Programme and Cochrane Rehabilitation under the guidance of WHO's Guideline Review Committee Secretariat.
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