Three-Part ICF Web Seminar Series

Here’s a chance for you to do something different after this long Thanksgiving weekend (Cyber Monday inclusive of course).

The North American Collaborating Center for the World Health Organization Family of International Classifications Network announces an upcoming, free Internet Seminar Series about the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICF).

Please join in for the next offering of this popular, educational 3-part ICF Web Seminar Series. There is no charge to participate, there is no need to preregister, and anyone is welcome. However, to keep the Seminars at a manageable size, a maximum number of 50 simultaneous participants may be logged on at one time.

ICF Web Seminar Schedule

•Tuesday, November 30, 2010: Part 1: An Introduction to the ICF
•Wednesday, December 1, 2010: Part 2: ICF Coding
•Thursday, December 2, 2010: Part 3: Frequently Asked and Answered Questions About the ICF

Note: Each seminar is from 1:30 pm–3:00 pm EST (1830–20:00 UTC/GMT)

This Web Seminar Series emphasizes applying the ICF, and understanding the basics of ICF coding, with many coding examples. Most of the coding examples are based on photographs or other easy-to-understand graphic images.

There are no prerequisites. Persons with all levels of familiarity with the ICF are welcome. All types of questions and comments are welcome, too, from beginners and advanced-level ICF users alike.

Source: AOTA

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