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2010-01-12

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M Scheuringer, I Kirchberger, C Boldt, I Eriks-Hoogland, A Rauch, I-M Velstra, A Cieza

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Study design:Worldwide Internet survey.Objectives:The specific aims of the study were (1) to identify problems of individuals with SCI in the early post-acute and the long-term context, respectively, addressed by health professionals and (2) to summarize these problems using the ICF.Setting:International.Methods:Physicians, nurses, physical therapists, occupational therapists, social workers and psychologists were asked for problems in the functioning and contextual factors of individuals with SCI using open-ended questions. All answers were translated (‘linked’) to the ICF based on established rules. Absolute and relative frequencies of the linked ICF categories were reported stratified by the context.Results:Out of 243 selected experts, 144 (59.3%) named 7.650 different themes, of which 78.8% could be linked to ICF categories. In the early post-acute context, 30.7% of the 88 categories belonged to the component Body Functions, 14.8% to Body Structures, 30.7% to Activities and Participation and 23.9% to Environmental Factors. In all, 16 ICF categories were unique for the early post-acute context. In the long-term context, 27.2% of the 92 categories belonged to the component Body Functions, 13.0% to Body Structures, 35.9% to Activities and Participation and 23.9% to Environmental Factors. A total of 20 ICF categories were unique for the long-term context.Conclusion:Health professionals identified a large variety of functional problems reflecting the complexity of SCI. Unique aspects of functioning exist for the early post-acute and the long-term context, respectively. The ICF provided a comprehensive framework to integrate answers from different professional backgrounds and different world regions. More... »

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