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Eissler, Christian; Lehmann, Undine; Tal, Amir; Cignacco Müller, Eva (2019). Neue Master-Curricula: Unsere Antwort auf Herausforderungen im Gesundheitswesen Frequenz Berner Fachhochschule BFH, Departement Gesundheit

Tal, Amir; Taeymans, Jan; Karstens, Sven; Clijsen, Ron; Clarys, Peter; Rogan, Slavko (2018). Acute Effects on TH4 Thoracic Spine Mobilisation Techniques on the Sympathetic Nervous System : a Cross-Over Feasibility Study Praxis, 107(21), pp. 1139-1146. Hogrefe 10.1024/1661-8157/a003089

Baaklini, Edeny; Angst, Michael; Schellenberg, Florian; Hitz, Marina; Schmid, Stefan; Tal, Amir; Taylor, William R.; Lorenzetti, Silvio (2017). High-heeled walking decreases lumbar lordosis. Gait Posture, 55, pp. 12-14. Elsevier 10.1016/j.gaitpost.2017.03.035

Steuri, Ruedi; Sattelmayer, Martin; Elsig, Simone; Kolly, Chloé; Tal, Amir; Taeymans, Jan; Hilfiker, Roger (2017). Effectiveness of conservative interventions including exercise, manual therapy and medical management in adults with shoulder impingement: a systematic review and meta-analysis of RCTs. British Journal of Sports Medicine, 51(18), pp. 1340-1347. PubMed Central 10.1136/bjsports-2016-096515

Nast, Irina; Tal, Amir; Schmid, Stefan; Schoeb, Veronika; Rau, Barbara; Barbero, Marco; Kool, Jan (2015). Physiotherapy Research Priorities in Switzerland : Views of the Various Stakeholders Physiotherapy Research International, 21(3), pp. 137-146. Wiley-Blackwell - STM 10.1002/pri.1621

Schoeb, Veronika; Rau, Barbara; Nast, Irina; Schmid, Stefan; Barbero, Marco; Tal, Amir; Kool, Jan (2014). How do patients, politicians, physiotherapists and other health professionals view physiotherapy research in Switzerland? A qualitative study Physiotherapy Research International, 19(2), pp. 79-92. Wiley-Blackwell - STM 10.1002/pri.1560

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