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1
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What doe the ICF stand for?

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International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health

2
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Why role does the ICF serve?

A

it is a classification system that aims to establish a common language for understanding and investigating health and health-related states.

Highlights the relationship between health conditions, activity and participation in daily life

Places functioning and disability in context

3
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The ICF is a fusion of which two models?

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Social (user led) and medical (service delivery + Evidence Based Practice)

4
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When did WHO formally endorse the ICF?

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May 2001

5
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What are the main aims of the ICF?

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1) To provide a scientific basis for consequences of health conditions
2) To establish a common language to improve communications
3) To permit comparison of data across countries, health care disciplines, services and time
4) To provide a systematic coding scheme for health information systems

6
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Label the parts of the ICF model and how they interact

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Health condition (disorder/disease)

Body Functions & Structures (impairment)
Activities (limitations)
Participation (restriction)

Environmental Factors
Personal Factors

7
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Which ares of the ICF model would OTs typically focus on?

A

Activities (limitations)
Participation (restrictions)
Environment (barriers/facilitators)
Person (barriers/facilitators)

8
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Which aspects of the ICF model accord with Functioning and Disability?

A

(the middle layer)

Body functions and Structures - Activities - Participation

9
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In the ICF model what are the ‘contextual factors?’

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The Environment and The Person

10
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Does the ICF measure disability?

A

No, it describes people’s functional abilities in various domains

11
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Does the ICF address health conditions that affect functional status?

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No, not part of the classification system.

12
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What are ‘Body Functions’?

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The physiological functions of body systems (including

psychological functions).

13
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What are ‘Body structures’?

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Anatomical parts of the body such as organs, limbs and their components.

14
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In ICF terms what do ‘impairments’ relate to?

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Impairments are problems in body function and structure such as significant deviation or loss.

15
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What is an ‘Activity’? and provide an example

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The planing and execution of a task or action by an individual. e.g., typing on a computer

16
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What is ‘participation’? and provide an example

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Involvement in a life situation. e.g., going to work, being a student.

Relates to a person’s ability to an active and contributing member of society

17
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What are activity limitations?

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difficulties an individual may have with executing activities

18
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What are environmental factors?

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These make up the physical, social and attitudinal environment in which people live and conduct their lives.

These can be either barriers to or facilitators of the person’s functioning.

19
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What are personal factors?

A

aspects of the person

20
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In ICF what are the contextual factors of ‘the person’?

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Gender, age, other health conditions, coping style, social background, education, profession. past experience, character style

21
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In ICF what are the contextual factors of ‘the environment’?

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Products, institutions, social norms, culture, built environment, political factors, nature.

22
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Which areas of the ICF framework are OTs primarily interested in?

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Activity, Participation, Environment, Personal factors.

Need to know about and understand the Health condition and relevant Body Structures and Functions, but these are not our main focus

23
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What is AUSToms?

A

Australian Therapy Outcome Measures.

Based on the ICF, they have been designed for OTs and other health professionals to use with all clients, of all ages and all diagnoses to measure the outcome of their service in terms of client function, participation and well-being