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Personal Factors in the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health: Prospective Evidence


Autor/in:

Grotkamp, Sabine; Cibis, Wolfgang; Nüchtern, Elisabeth; Mittelstaedt, Gert von; Seger, Wolfgang


Herausgeber/in:

Australian Society of Rehabilitation Counsellors


Quelle:

The Australian Journal of Rehabilitation Counselling, 2012, Volume 18 (Issue 01), Seite 1-24, Cambridge, Großbritannien: Cambridge University Press, ISSN: 1323-8922 (Print); 1838-6059 (Online)


Jahr:

2012



Abstract:


The goal of this study was to propose a systematic classification of relevant personal factors for describing the background of an individual's life and way of living. The German Society of Social Medicine and Prevention constituted an ICF working group consisting of members from Medical Advisory Boards of Statutory Health Insurances (n equal 6) and other institutions (n equal 12) in 2009.

A two-tier consensus building approach was utilised to construct and document the personal factors, with an initial team of experts compiling the personal factors and a second group of experts, who had not participated in developing the initial proposal, validating the process.

The consensus process resulted in personal factors classified into 72 categories and arranged in six chapters as follows:
- general factors normally unchangeable (chapter 1);
- a person's inherent physical and mental constitution (chapters 2 and 3); more modifiable factors, such as
- attitudes, basic skills and behaviour patterns (chapter 4);
- life situation and socioeconomic/sociocultural factors (chapter 5); and other health factors e.g.,
- prior interventions (chapter 6).

We believe the personal factors from this effort to be a good basis for a wider global dialogue on their operationalisation.


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The Australian Journal of Rehabilitation Counselling
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R/ZA7051


Informationsstand: 13.03.2013