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Best practice statement: use of ankle-foot orthoses following stroke

Ross, K. and Bowers, R. and , NHS Quality Improvement Scotland (Funder) (2009) Best practice statement: use of ankle-foot orthoses following stroke. In: British Association of Prosthetists and Orthotists Annual Conference, 2010-03-05 - 2010-03-07.

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NHS Quality Improvement Scotland (NHSQIS) leads the use of knowledge to promote improvement in the quality of health care for the people of Scotland and performs three key functions. It provides advice and guidance on effective clinical practice, including setting standards; drives and supports implementation of improvements in quality, and assessing the performance of the NHS, reporting and publishing findings.