“Living with Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis from childhood to adult life. An 18 year follow-up study from the perspective of young adults”

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Artiklene er publisert som følger:

1.       Østlie IL, Dale Ø & Möller A. From childhood to adult life with juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA). A pilot study. Disability and Rehabilitation, March 2007; 29(6): 445 – 452.

2.       Østlie IL, Johansson I & Möller A. Struggle and adjustment to an insecure everyday life and an unpredictable life course. Living with juvenile idiopathic arthritis from childhood to adult life – an interview study. Disability and Rehabilitation, 2009; 31(8): 666–674.

3.       Østlie IL, Aasland A, Johansson I, Flatø B, Möller A. A longitudinal follow-up study of physical and psychosocial health in young adults with chronic childhood arthritis. Clinical & Experimental Rheumatology 2009; 27: 1039-1046.

4.       Østlie IL, Johansson I, Aasland A, Flatø B, Möller A. Self-rated physical and psychosocial health in a cohort of young adults with juvenile idiopathic arthritis. Scand J Rheumatol 2010;iFirst article:1–8.