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mICF Development Update


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Overview given at the WHO-FIC Annual Meeting in Tokyo, Japan on October 8th 2016

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mICF Development Update

  1. 1. @ICFmobile mICF Development Update Presentation at WHO-FIC Annual Meeting – October 2016, Tokyo, Japan Poster C511
  2. 2. @ICFmobile Focus areas of mICF
  3. 3. @ICFmobile
  4. 4. @ICFmobile Ongoing project KELA grant (Social Insurance Institution, Finland): Feasibility Study of a Patient-driven Mobile ICF-based Assessment Tool (mICF) •Achievements ✴Front-end: user driven co-creation of interface for children and adult users in Finnish - see Poster C513 ✴Backend: expert driven development of FunctionMapper content, linking natural language to ICF terms (ongoing work in Dutch, English, Finnish, German and Portuguese) - see Poster C512
  5. 5. @ICFmobile Grant applications awaiting decision Country/Agency Partners Topic Amount NIH/Fogarty grant for mHealth in LMIC Southern Illinois University, Stellenbosch University, Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University, Stone Three Vulnerable Youth 250.000 US$ PCORI Engagement Grant Southern Illinois University, Oregon Health and Science University Train consumer stakeholders on ICD and ICF EOI submitted 250.000 US$ Finnish Association for People with Physical Disabilities 10 different Patient organizations for patients with chronic health conditions/disabilities in Finland Remote Rehabilitation for different Patient groups with new technology and evaluation methods. 800.000 Euro National Institute for Health and Welfare, Finland Finnish Association for People with Physical Disabilities, Jyväskylä University for Applied Sciences, Valteri School ICanFunction app for children and adults 300.000 Euro Smarter Health Care - National Research Program, Switzerland Child Development Centre of University Children’s Hospital, Zürich , McMaster University McMaster University Preschool Children with Developmental Delay: The Standard of Care Evaluated ~500.000 SF Change Foundation, Canada ClinicalConnect, Hamilton Health Sciences, McMaster University Partnering with family caregivers to improve their experiences in Ontario’s health and community care systems. EOI submitted - 4M CAN$
  6. 6. @ICFmobile Dissemination Social Media • Twitter: 192 Followers @ICFmobile • Facebook: 282 Likes on • Website: 1800 views on Stanford Medicine X - “Putting the Person into Personalized Medicine” “MedicineX has changed how health care providers and patients engage with and learn from one another by amplifying the patient voice in academic medicine. Including the patient voice has moved providers beyond knowing how to treat a disease to learning what it is like to live with a disease.” See presentation here
  7. 7. @ICFmobile Goals for 2017 Identify partners willing to field test mICF prototype Identify partners willing to develop/connect different front-ends to collect ICF data Pilot big data model with existing ICF data already collected in different settings (Germany?, England?, Italy?, Japan?, who else?) Keep fingers crossed!
  8. 8. @ICFmobile ありがとう Thank you!