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Toward the development of the international classification of functioning core sets for children With cerebral palsy: a global expert survey

Toward the development of the international classification of functioning core sets for children With cerebral palsy: a global expert survey
Toward the development of the international classification of functioning core sets for children With cerebral palsy: a global expert survey
The goal of the International Classification of Functioning is to standardize the classification of health and function of children around the world. To facilitate the application of this classification, International Classification of Functioning-based tools like the "Core Sets" are being developed. We conducted an international survey of professional experts to identify the most relevant areas of functioning in children with cerebral palsy. The questionnaire covered each component of the classification. In total, 193 professionals completed the survey (response rate 78%). Overall, 9706 answers were linked to the classification (pediatric version) by 2 professionals. From the experts' perspective, movement-related areas and social participation are the most relevant areas of functioning. Experts suggest a more comprehensive profile of functioning in particular in areas of personal capacity and social participation. The results of this survey will inform the development of the International Classification of Functioning Core Sets for children with cerebral palsy
cerebral palsy, expert survey, international classification of functioning disability
0883-0738
582-591
Schiariti, V.
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Masse, L.C.
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Cieza, A.
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Klassen, A.F.
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Sauve, K.
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Armstrong, R.
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O'Donnell, M.
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Schiariti, V., Masse, L.C., Cieza, A., Klassen, A.F., Sauve, K., Armstrong, R. and O'Donnell, M. (2014) Toward the development of the international classification of functioning core sets for children With cerebral palsy: a global expert survey. Journal of Child Neurology, 29 (5), 582-591. (doi:10.1177/0883073813475481). (PMID:23435282)

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The goal of the International Classification of Functioning is to standardize the classification of health and function of children around the world. To facilitate the application of this classification, International Classification of Functioning-based tools like the "Core Sets" are being developed. We conducted an international survey of professional experts to identify the most relevant areas of functioning in children with cerebral palsy. The questionnaire covered each component of the classification. In total, 193 professionals completed the survey (response rate 78%). Overall, 9706 answers were linked to the classification (pediatric version) by 2 professionals. From the experts' perspective, movement-related areas and social participation are the most relevant areas of functioning. Experts suggest a more comprehensive profile of functioning in particular in areas of personal capacity and social participation. The results of this survey will inform the development of the International Classification of Functioning Core Sets for children with cerebral palsy

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Accepted/In Press date: 26 December 2012
e-pub ahead of print date: 21 February 2013
Published date: May 2014
Keywords: cerebral palsy, expert survey, international classification of functioning disability
Organisations: Psychology

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Local EPrints ID: 351422
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/351422
ISSN: 0883-0738
PURE UUID: 24b59042-860e-4f6f-b969-81e5ee8fd42e

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Date deposited: 19 Apr 2013 13:30
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 04:26

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