Bristol Community Paediatricians and Therapists
This meeting forms part of your monthly education session – for free registration email [email protected] from your work email with your position and name of your trust/organisation.
BACD South West is hosting an online study afternoon 2.30-4.30pm, Wednesday 6 March 2024.
The World Health Organisation's 2001 framework for health in it International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (known by its nickname "ICF") provides a broader and more inclusionary way of thinking that applied in all areas of health care.
In the field of childhood disability the ICF ideas have been animated by a whimsical set of 'F-words' (Family, Functioning, Fun, Friends, Fitness, and Future) - ideas that have acquired considerable update (see www.canchild.ca/f-words).
The afternoon will cover:
- What are the F-words, and why are they important?; and
- How can we apply them practically?
Using interactive tools during the main session, and breakout rooms for smaller group discussion, Prof Peter Rosenbaum and parent champion Lynda Moore will explain the expanded view of childhood disability and ways that people are using these ideas in families, in clinical programmes, in communities, and in research.
Speakers: Prof Peter Rosenbaum, Professor of Paediatrics, McMaster University Canada and Co-Founder, CanChild Centre for Childhood Disability Research; and Lynda Moore, parent champion and parent of Owen, Vancouver, Canada.
Facilitators: Dr Caroline Bodey, Jenny Carroll, Therese Millar, and Dr Arnab Seal.
- This study afternoon is free for BACD members, who should log into their user account to book their place.
- There is a small fee for non-members. Not a member? Join here today!
- Parent carers are welcome to attend at no cost - please email [email protected]
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