ICF – Chapter 1: The ICF and the Biopsychosocial Model of Health (free ebook)
This chapter is part of ICF: A Hands-on Approach for Clinicians and Families
A Hands-on Approach for Clinicians and Families
Product Type: PDF (Sub-Section of Book)
Series: Practical Guides from Mac Keith Press
Publication date: January 2019
Page count: 10
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Chapter 1 – The ICF and the Biopsychosocial Model of Health: From “Disease” to “Health Condition” by Olaf Kraus de Camargo from ICF: A Hands-on Approach for Clinicians and Families
About the Complete Book
ICF: A Hands-on Approach for Clinicians and Families is an accessible practical guide that introduces the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICF) to professionals working with children with disabilities and their families.
It contains a short overview of the elements that comprise the ICF, but is largely comprised of case examples. The case examples serve to exemplify how the ICF can be used to formulate goals for children and families involved. The first examples are meant to be worked on individually while the second part of the book is to be used by a team of co-workers in order to discuss and become familiar with the ICF.
To facilitate the use of individual ICF codes, a copy of the German Code Set of ICF codes for young children is provided.
- The first practical manual of the ICF
- Rich in case examples
- Great workbook for team development using the ICF as a common language
Clinicians and paediatricians in neurodisability, service providers in neurodisability, community-based health professionals, and the families of children with disabilities.
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Original Title: Die ICF-CY in der Praxis
by Olaf Kraus de Camargo and Liane Simon
Copyright 2013 by Hogrefe AG; www.hogrefe.ch
2nd Edition Copyright 2017
A Practical Guide from Mac Keith Press
- FULL BOOK TABLE OF CONTENTS
- Peter Rosenbaum
- SECTION ONE
- Chapter 1: The ICF and the Biopsychosocial Model of Health: From “Disease” to “Health
- Olaf Kraus de Camargo
- Chapter 2: The Concept of ‘Functioning’
- Hillegonda A. Stallinga
- Chapter 3: Personal Factors in Clinical Practice and Public Health
- Olaf Kraus de Camargo
- Chapter 4: Marriage between the ICF and Patient-Reported Outcome Measures (PROMs): How
- Good is the Relationship?
- Gabriel M. Ronen
- SECTION TWO
- Chapter 5: The ICF in Clinical Practice: Case Scenarios and Exercises
- Liane Simon and Olaf Kraus de Camargo
- Chapter 6: The Development of Effective Health and Social Care Teams: ICF as the Glue!
- Stefanus Snyman, Liane Simon and Olaf Kraus de Camargo
- Chapter 7: The ICF: Themes and Tools for Health Professionals’ Education
- Olaf Kraus de Camargo and Stefanus Snyman
- Chapter 8: ICF Informing Administration, Policy and Advocacy
- Olaf Kraus de Camargo and Jaclyn Pederson
- SECTION THREE
- Chapter 9: The ICF from the Parent Perspective
- Jennifer Johannesen
- Chapter 10: Opportunities for Future Developments of the ICF: Challenges and Suggested
- Olaf Kraus de Camargo
- 1. Case Examples and Exercises
- 2. Team Development: Phases, Dysfunctional Groups
- 3. F-Words Goal Sheet
- 4. ICF Discharge/Referral Form
- 5. ICF Framework (blank)
- 6. ICF Code Sets (Children and Youth) to be available to download online
- 7. Useful Links and Additional Resources
'This succinct book of less than 200 pages offers both commentary and instruction on the World Health Organization’s International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICF),1 focussing on its use with children and young people and their families. In a clear and easy to read style, the authors encourage individuals using the ICF to engage in shared decision making (without getting into the issues of measurement and coding).This book sets the ICF in context and encourages its wise and ethical use for the benefit of people with disabilities.' Catherine Sykes, Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology, 2020
'Readers of this book will find the text extremely accessible without unnecessary jargon and with practical presentations of the framework’s applications. This, I believe, will provide an improved understanding of ICF and its use by practitioners and researchers in the field of APA. As such, I found this book a much welcome and refreshing approach to the ICF. The publication of this book is timely, as the ICF was recently updated by merging the children and youth version of the model with the main version, as well as the recent addition of the core sets and checklists. The insights from the book are rich with practical examples and exercises in the seven appendices at the end of the book. Together these make this a great pedagogical tool to examine current practices of the ICF with some questions to test knowledge gained from each chapter. It has great insights into the ontology, philosophy, theory, and utility of the ICF. Through this knowledge, practitioners and researchers in APA can share a common language when it comes to a systems approach to promoting physical activity.' Kwok Ng, Human Kinetics, 2020