Perspective on aspects of the ICF
IBITA Education Committee March 2019
1. Body Functions and Structures— terms describe anatomy and physiology/psychology of the human body?
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2. Impairments are problems in body function or structure such as a significant deviation or loss? *
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3. Activity and Participation—describes the person's functional status, including communication, mobility, interpersonal interactions, self-care, learning, applying knowledge, etc. *
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4. Activity limitations and participation restrictions refer to difficulties an individual may have? *
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5. Contextual Factors include: (i) Environmental Factors — factors that are not within the person's control, such as family, work, government agencies, laws, and cultural beliefs *
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6. Contextual Factors include: (ii) Personal Factors — include race, gender, age, educational level, coping styles, etc. *
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7. Do you consider participation is only relevant when: (i) The other concepts in the ICF (health condition, body functions and structures, environmental and personal factors) are taken into consideration *
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8. Do you consider participation is only relevant when: (ii) The correct use of capacity and performance qualifiers are considered equally in clinical practice. *
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9. Do you consider it is important to measure participation on a basic course? *
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10. Do you consider it is important to include a measure participation in the basic course case report assignment? *
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11. How do you measure participation? Comments please *
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