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mICF peer-reviewed article published in the Journal of Interprofessional Workforce Research and Development

Congratulations to the authors of the peer-reviewed mICF article: The ICanFunction mHealth Solution (mICF): A project bringing equity to health and social care within a person-centered approach. This article was just published in the Journal of Interprofessional Workforce Research and Development. Citation:  Snyman, S., Kraus de Camargo, O., Anttila, H., van der Veen, S., Stallinga, H., …

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Notice: ICanFunction mHealth Solution (mICF) partners meeting

mICF partners are invited to the following face-to-face meeting. Date: 3 April 2019 Venue: Kuwait City, Kuwait (the venue will be announced soon) Host: Ministry of Health: Kuwait Cost:  Meetings,including food and beverage is free. Participants are responsible for costs of transport, accommodation and other meals (breakfast, dinner). Accommodation will cost between $120-$160 per night …

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Forming the mICF Foundation

On 15 April 2018 the mICF Research Partners took the final step in establishing the Dutch-based mICF Foundation. The objectives, aims and goals of the Foundation are to: Promote personalised healthcare using FunctionMapper as the integral part of the ICanFunction mHealth (mICF) solution. Entrench the health and wellness model of each person’s functioning as a dynamic …

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Research partners met to work on FunctionMapper 2.0

The mICF research partners met in Hamburg (Germany) from 14-16 April 2018 to collaborate in populating the newly released FunctionMapper 2.0 with lay terms in English, German, Dutch, Korean and Portuguese. This content specification tool, developed by the Finnish Institute for Health and Welfare (THL), was populated with ICF terms associated with hip problems. FunctionMapper …

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mICF presentation at Stanford MedX (by Olaf Kraus de Camargo)

The paradigm shift in healthcare in the last 20 years is characterized by an increase of chronic health conditions. Those usually present as a spectrum of limitations of functioning modified by the interactions between persons and environment (physical and social). The World Health Organization (WHO) provides a framework to describe and classify such variability among …

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Stellenbosch here we come!

20 mICF partners will meet at Stellenbosch University, South Africa, from 25-27 June 2017 to plan the next phase of the mICF project! We wish all the delegates safe travels and very fruitful deliberations!