WHO’s International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICF) is the internationally accepted standard for assessing, documenting, and reporting functioning and disability. The ICF Core Sets highlighted in this second edition of the book have been developed to facilitate the standardized use of the ICF in real-life clinical practice. Consequently, they can guide clinical quality management efforts. This edition has been updated to reflect developments in the ICF Core Sets, including updated information on eight new Core Sets and the Generic Sets, the new ICD-11 codes, more details on the Core Set development process, and a new section on ICF-based tools.
This manual is inherently multi-professional and will be of benefit not only for practitioners working in various healthcare contexts but also for students and teachers.
“The individual, their environment, and the activities they participate in are at the very heart of occupational therapy practice and this manual is an essential contemporary addition to its clinical resources.”
Marilyn Pattison, President, World Federation of Occupational Therapists, Adelaide, Australia
“This manual is a good guide for clinicians, students and teachers from a wide range of disciplines and settings on using ICF Core Sets.”
Michiel F. Reneman, Professor, UMCG Center for Rehabilitation and Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Groningen, The Netherlands
“This book provides a clear and concise guide on applying the ICF and ICF Core Sets in clinical practice. The case examples are especially helpful for visualizing how this application approach works.”
Jianan Li, Professor and Chairman of Medical Rehabilitation Center, First Affiliated Hospital of Nanjing Medical University and President of the Jiangsu Geriatric Rehabilitation Hospital, Nanjing, PR China