For this PFA, multidisciplinary interventions must be well-defined and justified in terms of efficacy or common use. If a decision-support tool is incorporated into a sequence or combination of one or more multidisciplinary interventions, it must be of established effectiveness or in common use. If the research question’s proposed focus is on developing or evaluating a decision-support tool in the treatment of chronic LBP, the Letter of Intent or application would be determined nonresponsive to this PFA, and it would not be considered.
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