Preferences for everyday living inventory (PELI): Study protocol for piloting a culture-sensitive and setting-specific translated instrument in German care settings (PELI-D)

Tobias Ingo Stacke, Johannes Michael Bergmann, Armin Michael Ströbel, René Müller-Widmer, Daniel Purwins, Christina Manietta, Mike Rommerskirch, Anna Eva Nebowsky, Anne Wegner, Jane White, Heidemarie Kelleter, Nada Ralic, Kimberly Van Haitsma, Martina Roes

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