The Journal of Korean Physical Therapy Indexed in /covered by CAS, KoreaScience & DOI/Crossref:eISSN 2287-156X   pISSN 1229-0475

The Journal of Korean Physical Therapy Indexed in /covered by CAS, KoreaScience & DOI/Crossref:eISSN 2287-156X pISSN 1229-0475

Table. 1.

Table. 1.

Linking of items in the 36-item version of WHODAS 2.0 to ICF categories: concepts included in each WHODAS 2.0 item were compared and linked to the appropriate ICF category

WHODAS 2.0   Concept   ICF Category
Domain 1: Understanding and communicating
D1.1 Concentrating on doing something for ten minutes •Concentrating •b140 attention function, d160 focusing attention
D1.2 Remember to do important things •Remembering •b144 memory function
D1.3 Analyzing and finding solutions to problems in day-to-day life •Problem solving in day-to-day •b1646 Problem solving, d175 Solving problems
D1.4 Learning a new task, for example, learning how to get to a new place •Learning a new task •d155 Acquiring skills
D1.5 Generally understanding what people say •Understanding of spoken language •b152 Communicating with- receiving-spoken messages
D1.6 Starting and maintaining a conversation •Starting and maintaining a conversation •d3500 Starting a conversation, d3501 Sustaining a conversation
Domain 2: Getting around
D2.1 Standing for long periods such as 30 minutes •Standing for a long period •d4154 Maintaining a standing position
D2.2 Standing up from sitting down •Standing up •d4104 Standing
D2.3 Moving around inside your home •Moving around within one’s house •d4600 Moving around within the home
D2.4 Getting out of your home •Getting out from one’s House •d4602 Moving around outside the home
D2.5 Walking a long distance such as a kilometre [or equivalent] •Walking a long distance •d4501 Walking long distances
Domain 3: Self-care
D3.1 Washing your whole body •Washing whole body •d5101 Washing whole body
D3.2 Getting dressed •Getting dressed •d540 Dressing
D3.3 Eating •Eating •d550 Eating
D3.4 Staying by yourself for a few days •Staying by oneself for a few days •d850 Remunerative employment, d820 School education, d825 Vocational training, d830 Higher education, d8451 maintaining a job
Domain 4: Getting along with people
D4.1 Dealing with people you do not know •Dealing with people/stranger •d730 Relating with stranger
D4.2 Maintaining a friendship •Maintaining friendship •d7500 Informal relationships with friends
D4.3 Getting along with people who are close to you •Getting along with are close persons •d760 Family relationships, d770 Intimate relationships
D4.4 Making new friends •Making a friend •d7500 Informal relationships with friends
D4.5 Sexual activities •Sexual activities •d7702 Sexual relationship
Domain 5: Life activities
D5.1 Taking care of your household responsibilities •Taking care of household •d6 Domestic life
D5.2 Doing most important household tasks well •Doing important household
D5.3 Getting all the household work done that you needed to do •Getting all household done
D5.4 Getting your household work done as quickly as needed •Getting a household
D5.5 Your day-to-day work/school •Day-to-day work/school •d850 Remunerative employment, d820 School education, d825 Vocational training, d830 Higher education, d8451 maintaining a job
D5.6 Doing your most important work/school tasks well •Doing work/school task
D5.7 Getting all the work done that you need to do •Getting all the work done
D5.8 Getting your work done as quickly as needed •Getting work done
Domain 6: Participation in society
D6.1 How much of a problem did you have in joining in community activities (for example, festivities, religious or other activities) in the same way as anyone else can •Community activities (festivities, religious or other activities) •d910 Community life
D6.2 How much of a problem did you have because of barriers or hindrances in the world around you? •World around you •d9 Community, social and civic life
D6.3 How much of a problem did you have living with dignity because of the attitudes and actions of others? •Living with dignity •d940 Human rights
D6.4 How much time did you spend on your health condition, or its consequences? •Health condition N/A
D6.5 How much have you been emotionally affected by your health condition? •Emotion •b152 Emotional function
D6.6 How much has your health been a drain on the financial resources of you or your family? •Financial resources •d8700 Personal economic resources
D6.7 How much of a problem did your family have because of your health problems? •Family’s problem N/A
D6.8 How much of a problem did you have in doing things by yourself for relaxation or pleasure? •Recreation or leisure •d920 Recreation and leisure
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