It was a fruitful experience, and I learned much more about ICF, its extended fields and how it works. I did know what ICD was but had no idea it had an extended field, ICD-11, so it was refreshing and educational.
The rehabilitation part of medical management is almost neglected. These courses are the cornerstone of the rehabilitation team's professional development.
I highly recommend this course to anyone looking to deepen their knowledge. It has been a valuable investment in my professional development, and I look forward to applying the learnings in my field. Kudos to the team behind this course for delivering an outstanding educational experience!
This course, in my opinion, is mandatory for all workers in the field of rehabilitation. It is not complicated. It is accessible and exciting. (Google Translate)
A concise, well-structured course crafted in such a friendly situation and an accessible learning environment makes learning all the more exciting. The knowledge acquired within the shortest time is vast. Every professional, job owner and head of facilities must learn this course.
This course is informative, especially for diagnostic purposes and understanding persons with different disabilities.
The course was a good learning experience and very informative. I enjoyed its engagement, and I hope to apply it in my public health setting.
This course was beneficial to what we are learning in class, and I highly recommend that people watch these videos to understand better if they do not fully understand a topic.
Great course! Getting back to roots on classifying the body and body functions is fantastic.
It is a wonderful course. I learned the ICF in my post-graduate studies and have been implementing them in my practice. However, this course had more information than I knew. For the first time, I learnt about WHO FIC and ICD 11. The limitations and unique features of the ICF were an excellent addition to the course.
I never knew I could understand the whole ICF concept in a read of about 30-45mins. Very explanatory, objective and educative!
If you are looking for an introductory course on ICF, this is the right course for you. You will appreciate every detail!
As a physiotherapist, I have understood the ICF model of disability, but it has been difficult to differentiate its components. This course will help me address patient problems with a deep understanding!
This course was informative. The information presented could be well received by novice clinicians and those who may be more advanced. In addition, the course outlines how useful the ICF tool is for clinicians.
Thank you for teaching the history of the ICF model, which helps me better understand the model as it is now.
It is an excellent course that introduces the participant to the WHO's guidelines and their development regarding "disability". There have been tremendous changes over the years, and we in the US are not yet up-to-date with the core principles. In my own words, the idea that "no one is perfect" is enshrined in the ICF...and though we all say it, I am not sure we all mean the same thing. Nevertheless, the ICF identifies how this can be true in a personally-neutral way. Great class!
I hope to imbibe this knowledge in my practice as such is not practised in my country!
During the ICF introductory training, it was specific to rehab personnel. I now appreciate its broader use by other health professionals as we will be speaking the same language and prioritising interventions based on patient-specific functionalities. The ICF has true potential for providing a global health framework for organising and communicating information on human function with any health condition.
I enjoyed this simple course! It gave me a fair amount of information, and now I have a better vision while working with patients with impairments.
It is the best course to know the difference between environmental effects on a patient and between impairment and disability.
I had heard of ICF and its components before but did not know what it was about. But after this course, I have an in-depth knowledge of what it is and learned how to apply it in my clinical practice.
This course has enlightened me about the importance of using the ICF model in rehabilitation. It will surely improve my practice as a Physiotherapist!
This course is informative and gives a view of how disability can be looked at in greater detail if the quality of life of people with special needs is to be improved.
It is an exciting course that has improved my clinical practice. Thank you for the opportunity to take this course!
I am glad you have offered this course, which will help me in my clinical practice, especially in terminology adaptation and definition. When I started my clinical practice, we used the ICIDH because our centre had poor technology advancement and support.
(Translation) This exciting course will suit those with limited time but who want to learn something new!
This Introductory course was inspiring to see how ICIDH has evolved. It was great seeing how important it is to know the whole patient and everything that affects them. This course was excellent!
I honestly appreciate this course! It is conducive to our daily clinical practices.
This course is about to wake me up from the comforting dream of accepting how my country considers the healthcare condition of life. It is not only increasing my knowledge and skills, but I got a feeling of a revolution in how things happen when it comes to the health condition of life that is entirely abnormal. Whether we like it or not, we fully meet all the requirements to be a potential candidate to be disabled one day! Therefore we all should be concerned with the way disability is perceived.
It is a must course to take to refresh and learn something new about ICF!
It is a knowledgeable course that provides a source of learning and promotes functional classification!
It is a great course for beginners and experienced physiotherapists who are not using ICF yet.
It is a fantastic course that helped me to understand patients' perspectives on health and disability and their expectations from therapists.
Intensive details, impressive!
A most recommended course for all health professionals! I recommend it, especially for the early intervention and preventive care primary health care workers.