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2017Absolventen-Nachbefragung (ABNA) des MSc-Studiengangs Physiotherapie : was bringt der MSc-Abschluss im Berufsalltag?Bruderer-Hofstetter, Marina; Bechter, Susann; Tal, Amir; Schämann, Astrid; Niedermann Schneider, Karin
2014Abweichungen und Kompensationen im Gangbild bei Kindern und Jugendlichen mit Coxa antetortaBruderer-Hofstetter, Marina; Payne, Erika; Zdenek, Katja; Klima, Harry; Fenner, Verena
2019Advanced Physiotherapy Practice – Quo vadis?Bruderer-Hofstetter, Marina
2019Advanced practice in physiotherapy : an actual literature overviewNast, Irina; Scheermesser, Mandy; Bruderer-Hofstetter, Marina; Heinzmann Stettler, Christine Therese; Saner-Bissig, Jeannette, et al
Oct-2020Cross-cultural adaptation and validation of the Amsterdam Instrumental Activities of Daily Living questionnaire short version German for SwitzerlandBruderer-Hofstetter, Marina; Dubbelman, Mark A.; Meichtry, André; Koehn, Florian; Münzer, Thomas, et al
2020Development of a model on factors affecting instrumental activities of daily living in people with mild cognitive impairment : a Delphi studyBruderer-Hofstetter, Marina; Sikkes, Sietske A. M.; Münzer, Thomas; Niedermann Schneider, Karin
2018Effective multicomponent interventions in comparison to active control and no interventions on physical capacity, cognitive function and instrumental activities of daily living in elderly people with and without mild impaired cognition : a systematic review and network meta-analysisBruderer-Hofstetter, Marina; Rausch-Osthoff, Anne-Kathrin; Meichtry, André; Münzer, Thomas; Niedermann Schneider, Karin
13-May-2019Effective multicomponent-interventions on physical capacity, cognitive function and instrumental-activities-of-daily-living are not the same for elderly people with normal and mild-impaired-cognitionBruderer-Hofstetter, Marina; Rausch Osthoff, Anne-Kathrin; Meichtry, André; Münzer, Thomas; Niedermann Schneider, Karin
2018Enhancing professional perspectives : development of physiotherapy advanced practice models in SwitzerlandNast, Irina; Scheermesser, Mandy; Bruderer-Hofstetter, Marina; Heinzmann Stettler, Christine Therese; Horvath, Christian, et al
2013Gait deviations and compensations in adolescents with coxa antetortaBruderer-Hofstetter, Marina; Fenner, Verena; Payne, Erika; Zdenek, Katja; Klima, Harry, et al
Feb-2015Gait deviations and compensations in pediatric patients with increased femoral torsionBruderer-Hofstetter, Marina; Fenner, Verena; Payne, Erika; Zdenek, Katja; Klima, Harry, et al
2016Ein MSc in Physiotherapie : was bringt mir das? Resultate der 1. Absolventinnen- und Absolventen Nachbefragung (ABNA)Bruderer-Hofstetter, Marina; Bechter, Susann; Niedermann Schneider, Karin
Oct-2014Pattern recognition methods in clinical gait analysis : what do we gain?Bruderer-Hofstetter, Marina; Rast, Fabian; Bauer, Christoph; Graf, Eveline; Meichtry, André
2017Sturzprävention in der Physiotherapie : Fachbroschüre 2.249.01Frankhauser, Pia; Frehner, Daniela; Fürer Cernades, Carmen; Knuchel-Schnyder, Silvia; Zindel, Barbara, et al
Jul-2017The effect of multi-component interventions on (I)ADL performance, cognitive function and physical capacity in older adults : a systematic reviewBruderer-Hofstetter, Marina; Rausch Osthoff, Anne-Kathrin; Köhler, Barbara; Niedermann Schneider, Karin
2013Therapeutic validity and effectiveness of preoperative exercise on functional recovery after joint replacement : a systematic review and meta-analysisBruderer-Hofstetter, Marina
2020„Turn dich schlau!“ : welche Bewegungsprogrammart hat die grösste positive Auswirkung auf die selektive Aufmerksamkeitsfähigkeit von Primarschulkindern?Bruderer-Hofstetter, Marina; Fluri, Thierry; Kiper, Jan
2013Ursache und Auswirkung einer vermehrten Beckenvorkippung bei jugendlichen Patienten mit erhöhter femoraler AnteversionWegener, Regina; Bruderer-Hofstetter, Marina; Payne, Erika; Zdenek, Katja; Klima, Harry, et al