Conceptual foundation for measures of physical function and behavioral health function for social security work disability evaluation.

Marfeo, Elizabeth E.
Haley, Stephen M.
Jette, Alan M.
Eisen, Susan V.
Ni, Pengsheng.
Bogusz, Kara.
Meterko, Mark.
McDonough, Chrstine M.
Chan, Leighton.
Brandt, Diane E.
Rasch, Elizabeth K.
2013.

Physical and mental impairments represent the 2 largest health condition categories for which workers receive Social Security disability benefits. Comprehensive assessment of physical and mental impairments should include aspects beyond medical conditions such as a person's underlying capabilities as well as activity demands relevant to the context of work. The objective of this article is to desc... read more

Subjects
Disability evaluation.
People with disabilities.
Rehabilitation.
Tufts University. Occupational Therapy Department.
Permanent URL
http://hdl.handle.net/10427/012453
Original publication
Marfeo, Elizabeth E., Stephen M. Haley, Alan M. Jette, Susan V. Eisen, Pengsheng Ni, Kara Bogusz, Mark Meterko, et al. "Conceptual Foundation for Measures of Physical Function and Behavioral Health Function for Social Security Work Disability Evaluation." Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 94, no. 9 (September 2013): 1645-1652.e2. doi:10.1016/j.apmr.2013.03.015.
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