Since 2015, the project of developing the program Living Well with Pulmonary Fibrosis benefits from the research conducted by Dr. Julie Morisset at the University of San Francisco and the Centre hospitalier de l'Université de Montréal. The materials are also the subject of a pilot study in 2016 to measure the effectiveness of this approach with clients suffering from pulmonary fibrosis.
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