ICIDH-2International Classification of Impairments, Activities, and Participation
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Pfeiffer, David 2000, 'The devils are in the details: the ICIDH-2 and the disability movement', Disability and Society 15(7):1079.
Senior, Kate 2000, Testing the ICIDH-2 with Indigenous Australians: results of field work in two Indigenous communities in the Northern Territory, Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, ICIDH Collaborating Centre, Canberra.
In 2001 the WHO adopted the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICF) as a more suitable framework than the ICIDH-2 for human functioning and disability (Stucki et al 2007; World Health Organisation 2001).
There are axes and a glossary to the diagnostic systems (the ICIDH-2 and DSM-IV-TR) which are intended to heighten the medical practitioner's sensitivity to the individual's social world; however, these resources are considered only as adjuncts which are not required in order to establish a reimbursable diagnosis and therefore receive only secondary attention (Bickenbach, 1993; Smart & Smart, 1997).
The second part of the ICIDH-2 framework refers to Contextual Factors.
These issues are addressed in the International Classification of Functioning, Disability, and Health (ICIDH-2), a unified and standard framework that describes the dimensions of disability [9].
The term 'functionality' is defined by the World Health Organisation (WHO, ICIDH-2, 2001) as an 'umbrella' term to cover an individuals' activities and participation.
All efforts were made to ensure that the ICIDH-2, as it was initially named, would be a suitable classification for all domains of functioning associated with both physical and mental health conditions.
ICIDH-2 international classification of functioning, disability, and health.
Since 1992, the WHO has been developing a new version of the ICIDH, which led to the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health, known as the ICF (or formerly as ICIDH-2).
their `participation level', according to the International Classification of Impairment, Disability and Handicap (ICIDH-2) of the World Health Organization).