• Olaf Kraus de Camargo 1 year ago

    How do you assess for personal factors? I have written about htis but would be interested how people use manage in practice. http://icfeducation.org/resources/36

  • Catherine Sykes 1 year ago

    Some personal factors can be found in national data dictionaries. The way to specify a name, age, date of birth for example should be collected in the same way across collections; for example date of birthdate as day/month/year --/--/---- This assists with data linkage across collections. I suggest you look at the metadata from national statistical offices to see which personal factors have been defined.

    See for example the Australian National Data Dictionaries http://meteor.aihw.gov.au/content/index.phtml/itemId/181162 


  • ICF Education 11 months ago

    The Dutch Collaborating Centre produced a list of Personal Factors which may be helpful. I’ve published it on this website: http://icfeducation.org/resources/92

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