The use of the international classification of functioning, disability and health in primary care: Findings of exploratory implementation throughout life

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Debrouwere, Inge; Lebeer, Jo; Prinzie, Peter;
  • Subject: Disability management | Primary Health Care | Integrative functions of Primary Care | Life course approach | ICF

markdownabstract__Purpose:__ The International Classification of Functioning (ICF) has found widespread acceptance since it was launched in 2001. Yet, little is known about its use in Primary Care. This paper aims to contribute to the dialogue about the practical use of... View more
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