The International Classification of Functioning
(ICF) Core Set for breast cancer – a prospective
surveillance tool to iden...
KEY MESSAGES
 There are aspects of women's health altered
by treatment for breast cancer that are not
addressed by health...
Global description of health
 International
Classification of
Functioning (ICF)
 Approved World
Health Assembly 2001
 I...
Core Set for breast cancer
80 Items
Function
Structure
Activities &
participation
Environment
Department of Physiother...
Developed without the voice of women
 330 women in an Irish
validation study
 Mixed methods –
focus groups & survey
M Co...
Not everything was in initial core set
Department of Physiotherapy, Trinity College Dublin
New categories
Attention & Memory >50%
Word finding 47%
Pace of thought 35%
Receiving spoken messages 31%
Department of Ph...
60% of women reported pain in two locations
40% > two locations
87% pain ever, 71% current, Kahn et al., (2012) 74% curren...
All associated with poor quality of life
 Energy & drive (77%)
 Endurance (63%)
 Exercise tolerance (49%)
 Sleep (70%)...
WORK
INTIMATE RELATIONS
PREPARATION MEALS
HAND & ARM USE
DAILY ROUTINE
LIFTING & CARRYING
Sources
of
support
Health
professionals
77%
Department of Physiotherapy, Trinity College Dublin
80-83%
HELPFUL
56%
Wigs
Swimsuits
Online shopping
HINDRANCE
47%
Prostheses
Seatbelts
Department of Physiotherapy, Trinity College...
We propose the revised Core Set as a
prospective surveillance tool for women
with breast cancer in Ireland
Marese Cooney m...
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    1. 1. The International Classification of Functioning (ICF) Core Set for breast cancer – a prospective surveillance tool to identify rehabilitation needs Cooney MA1 , Galvin R2 , Connolly E3 and Stokes E1 1 Discipline of Physiotherapy, Trinity College Dublin. 2 Division of Population Health Sciences (General Practice), Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, 3 Breast Care Department, St. James’s Hospital, Dublin, 8. Department of Physiotherapy, Trinity College Dublin
    2. 2. KEY MESSAGES  There are aspects of women's health altered by treatment for breast cancer that are not addressed by health professionals which are remediable  The ICF Core Set for breast cancer may be an appropriate surveillance tool Department of Physiotherapy, Trinity College Dublin
    3. 3. Global description of health  International Classification of Functioning (ICF)  Approved World Health Assembly 2001  It contains over 1,400 categories Department of Physiotherapy, Trinity College Dublin
    4. 4. Core Set for breast cancer 80 Items Function Structure Activities & participation Environment Department of Physiotherapy, Trinity College Dublin
    5. 5. Developed without the voice of women  330 women in an Irish validation study  Mixed methods – focus groups & survey M Cooney, R Galvin, E Connolly & E Stokes “The International Classification of Functioning (ICF) Core Set for breast cancer from the perspective of women with the condition”, Disability & Rehabilitation, 2013 May; 35(9):740-8
    6. 6. Not everything was in initial core set Department of Physiotherapy, Trinity College Dublin
    7. 7. New categories Attention & Memory >50% Word finding 47% Pace of thought 35% Receiving spoken messages 31% Department of Physiotherapy, Trinity College Dublin
    8. 8. 60% of women reported pain in two locations 40% > two locations 87% pain ever, 71% current, Kahn et al., (2012) 74% current Chest/breast 41%Back 46% Lower limb 32% Shoulder/Arm 48% Joint pain 53%
    9. 9. All associated with poor quality of life  Energy & drive (77%)  Endurance (63%)  Exercise tolerance (49%)  Sleep (70%)  Joint mobility (59%)  Reduced strength (56%)  Weight maintenance (47%)  Lymphoedema (21%)
    10. 10. WORK INTIMATE RELATIONS PREPARATION MEALS HAND & ARM USE DAILY ROUTINE LIFTING & CARRYING
    11. 11. Sources of support Health professionals 77% Department of Physiotherapy, Trinity College Dublin 80-83%
    12. 12. HELPFUL 56% Wigs Swimsuits Online shopping HINDRANCE 47% Prostheses Seatbelts Department of Physiotherapy, Trinity College Dublin ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS
    13. 13. We propose the revised Core Set as a prospective surveillance tool for women with breast cancer in Ireland Marese Cooney mcooney@tcd.ie Department of Physiotherapy, Trinity College Dublin

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