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Draft programme: 4th International Symposium: ICF Education

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Draft programme: 4th International Symposium: ICF Education

  1. 1. FOURTH INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM: ICF EDUCATION 6 & 7 APRIL 2019 KUWAIT CITY, KUWAIT Saturday 6 April 2019 Time Activity Speakers 8:30-9:00 Registration 9:00-10:00 Opening ceremony Chair: Olaf Kraus de Camargo Representatives: • MoH Kuwait (20 mins) o Minister o Assistant Under Secretary • PADA (Pubic Authority of the Disabled) (15 mins) • Mijbel Alnajjar (5 mins) • WHO HQ – Alarcos Cieza (15 mins) TBC • ICFEducation.org – Olaf Kraus de Camargo (5 mins) 10:00-11:30 Presentations from the region 1 Chair: Ahmed Okasha • Salem Al Kandari (Kuwait) • Kuwait Disability Association • ICD-11 & Functioning Azza Badr (WHO EMRO) • Zineb El Ouazzani Touhami (Morocco) • Hussein Abu-Farash (Jordan) 11:30-11:45 Break/Poster viewing 11:45-13:00 Presentations from the region 2 Chair: Azza Badr Round table discussion of the regional approaches to ICF use and questions arising/lessons learned • Dr Hala Sakr (WHO EMRO) • Angela Zettler (ESCWA) • Hanan Demyati (Saudi Arabia) • Mr Hussein AlBishi (SHIMA) 13:00-14:00 Lunch and midday prayers/Poster viewing 14:00-15:30 Plenary 1 –ICF-related tools to assess functioning Chair: Catherine Sykes • ACCE.DI: An ICF-based tool for assessing barriers and risks for participation restriction in children Lucilla Frattura (Italy) • Design of a web page and Android APP as an educational resource for understanding, quantitative evaluation and use of ICF Edgar Hernandez (Colombia) • Factors contributing to functional independence in children with cerebral palsy in a developing nation using the ICF core-set. Apurv Shimpi (India)
  2. 2. • Defining Disability Using Social Participation Tools of Quebec Model of Disability Creation Process and Washington Group on Disability Statistics Turmusani, Majid 15:30-16:00 Break and afternoon prayers 16:00-17:30 Plenary 3 – ICF-based evidence informing policies Chair: Azza Badr • Implementing ICF in Italian policies for disability assessment of children: National guidelines and accompanying measures Lucilla Frattura (Italy) • The study contributing to knowledge about rehabilitation goals and to a deeper understanding of the interaction between rehabilitation goals and the rehabilitation plan. Thomas Maribo (Denmark) • Setting goals for policy development using the ICF biopsychosocial approach Matilde Leonardi 17:00-17:30 Summary of the day and questions arising. Chair: Mijbel Alnajjar Sunday 7 April 2019 Time Activity Speakers 8:30-9:00 Plenary Chair: Kuwait Disability Council - TBC • Using life experiences of wheelchair users in South Africa to illustrate how ICF factors impact on living with a disability Vic McKinney 9:00-10:30 Breakout groups – identify the interests of the participants – reference relevant posters • ICF-related tools to assess functioning (CS) • Educating on ICF (SS) • ICF-based evidence informing policies (AOkasha/ABadr) 10:30-11:30 Breakout groups – problem solve around the topics identified • ICF-related tools to assess functioning (CS) • Educating on ICF (SS) • ICF-based evidence informing policies (AOkasha/ABadr) 11:30-11:45 Break 11:45-12:45 Plenary 2 –Educating on ICF Chair: Stefanus Snyman • Clinical reasoning linking thinking and decision making in physiotherapy practice. Hanan Demyati (Saudi Arabia) • Teaching ICF to student radiographers Mable Kekana (South Africa)
  3. 3. • ICF Core sets for CP and Musculoskeletal disorders in telemedicine consultations and distant education. Kristina Rozhko (Russia) 12:45-13:45 Lunch and midday prayers 13:45-14:45 ICF and Education Chair: Judith Hollenweger • Curricula • Teaching methods • Resources available 14:45-15:45 How participants will use the information gained during the workshop – Small group discussion and report back. Chair: Matilde Leonardi Group leaders nominated by the small groups 15:45-16:15 Break and afternoon prayers 16:15-17:00 Conclusion and way forward for functional status data in the EMRO region Chair: Stefanus Snyman WHO EMRO representative DPO representative ICFEducation.org representative

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