The ICF model as a practical tool to facilitate holistic communication with individuals during their rehabilitation.

Bidragets oversatte titel: ICF modellen som et praktisk redskab til at facilitere kommunikationen med personer i rehabiliteringsforløb

Bodil Bjørnshave Noe, Sanne Angel, Merete Bjerrum

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Abstract

During rehabilitation, professionals and patients experience difficulties addressing complex issues.
In a hermeneutical approach we examine how the ICF model can capture the complexity of the rehabilitation process using secondary deductive content analysis of transcripts from previous interview-study.
When focusing on interactions the ICF model captures the complexity of individuals´ issues in a convincing way. Three themes were identified: "The influence body function, activity, participation and environment have on an individual's ability to handle daily tasks of personal importance”, “The influence body function, activity, and personal factors have on an individual's ability to maintain their social roles”, and “The influence personal factors, and body functions have on an individual's confidence in participating in activities they like”. The findings show that the ICF model could provide a useful tool to facilitate communication regarding individuals’ complex issues that are often neglected.

Bidragets oversatte titelICF modellen som et praktisk redskab til at facilitere kommunikationen med personer i rehabiliteringsforløb
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TidsskriftNordic Journal of Nursing Research
ISSN2057-1585
DOI
StatusE-pub ahead of print - 2021

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