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Journal Article
Amtmann D, Bamer AM, Cook KF, Harniss M, Johnson KL. "Adapting PROMIS physical function items for users of assistive technology." Disability and Health Journal. 2010;3(2):e9.
Molton IR, Jensen MP, Amtmann D, Johnson KL, Ehde DM, Kraft GH. "Activity restriction, pain and mood across the lifespan in adults with multiple sclerosis or spinal cord injury." Multiple Sclerosis. 2009;15(9 Suppl):S266.
Conference Proceedings
Johnson KL, Amtmann D, Verrall A, Weir VG. Unmet needs of adults with multiple sclerosis living in the northwest United States. Poster Presentation at European Committee for Treatment and Research in Multiple Sclerosis (ECTIRMS), Lyon, France; 2012.
Johnson KL, Amtmann D, Verrall A, Weir VG, Salem R. Symptoms and quality of life of adults with multiple sclerosis by employment status.. Poster Presentation at European Committee for Treatment and Research in Multiple Sclerosis (ECTIRMS), Lyon, France; 2012.
Johnson KL, Amtmann D, Verrall A, Weir VG, Smith AE. Symptom profiles of individuals with multiple sclerosis grouped by levels of social support.. Lyon, France; 2012.
Askew RL, Amtmann D, Weir VG, Johnson KL. Identifying unmet needs of individuals with MS: A latent class analysis. Oral Presentation at American Public Health Association (APHA) Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA; 2012.
Askew RL, Amtmann D, Weir VG, Johnson KL. Identifying unmet needs of individuals with MS: A latent class analysis. Oral Presentation at American Public Health Association (APHA) Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA; 2012.
Kraft GH, Amtmann D, Johnson KL, Weir VG, Verrall A, Bamer AM. Hidden symptoms of multiple sclerosis increase with patient age.. Lyon, France; 2012.

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