Use of the ICF model as a clinical problem-solving tool in physical therapy and rehabilitation medicine.

@article{Steiner2002UseOT,
  title={Use of the ICF model as a clinical problem-solving tool in physical therapy and rehabilitation medicine.},
  author={W. Steiner and L. Ryser and E. Huber and D. Uebelhart and A. Aeschlimann and G. Stucki},
  journal={Physical therapy},
  year={2002},
  volume={82 11},
  pages={
          1098-107
        }
}
The authors developed an instrument called the "Rehabilitation Problem-Solving Form" (RPS-Form), which allows health care professionals analyze patient problems, to focus on specific targets, and to relate the salient disabilities to relevant and modifiable variables. In particular, the RPS-Form was designed to address the patients' perspectives and enhance their participation in the decision-making process. Because the RPS-Form is based on the International Classification of Functioning… Expand
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