Measuring functional health status with the COOP/WONCA charts A manual

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Measuring functional health status with the COOP/WONCA Charts A manual C. van Weel C. König - Zahn F.W.M.M. Touw - Otten N.P. van Duijn B.

Meyboom - de Jong World Organization of Family Doctors (WONCA) European Research Group on Health Outcomes (ERGHO) Northern Centre for Health Care Research (NCH) University of Groningen, The NetherlandsFile Size: KB. BACKGROUND: Functional status is considered an important measure of health status in primary care.

The COOP-WONCA charts, which comprise six single-item scales, have mainly been used to determine functional ability in chronically ill by: 7. The COOP-WONCA charts comprise six scales designed to measure Measuring functional health status with the COOP/WONCA charts book health status in primary care.

AIM. A study was undertaken to describe the acceptability, distribution of chart scores, construct validity, test-retest reliability and sensitivity to change when these charts were used in the United by: Measuring functional health status in primary care using the COOP-WONCA charts: acceptability, range of scores, construct validity, reliability and sensitivity to change.

Kinnersley P(1), Peters T, Stott N. Author information: (1)Department of General Practice, University of Wales College of Medicine Cited by:   Functional status is defined as: ‘the ability of a person to perform and adapt to the individual's given environment, measured both objectively and subjectively over a stated period of time’.

The Dartmouth COOP Functional Health Assessment charts/WONCA (COOP/WONCA charts) are the adaptation for international use in (general) practice of the Dartmouth COOP Functional Health Assessment by: Measuring functional health status with the COOP/WONCA Charts: A Man provides further information about the development and use of the charts, how to translate the charts, and a contact list for further assistance, including authors of the various translations.

Functional status is considered an important measure of health status in primary care. The COOP-WONCA charts, which comprise six single-item scales, have mainly been used to determine functional. BACKGROUND Functional status is considered an important measure of health status in primary care.

The COOP-WONCA charts, which comprise six single-item scales, have mainly been used to determine functional ability in chronically ill patients. The COOP / WONCA charts Introduced to the Committee by Bent Guttorm Bentsen in under the basis of the work of the Dartmouth CO-OP project, the Functional Status Assessment Charts have been adapted and edited under the name of the COOP/WONCA charts.

BACKGROUND. The COOP-WONCA charts comprise six scales designed to measure functional health status in primary care. AIM. A study was undertaken to describe the acceptability, distribution of chart scores, construct validity, test-retest reliability and sensitivity to change when these charts were used in the United Kingdom.

METHOD. For acceptability, distribution of scores and Cited by:   Health status was measured by using the COOP/WONCA charts, and basic information such as smoking status and medical history was reported by the participants. The Japanese and Chinese versions of the COOP/WONCA charts were shown to be reliable and valid by test-retest, comparison with the SF and respiratory symptoms, and correlation of results obtained from Cited by: 1.

The COOP-WONCA charts comprise six scales designed to measure functional health status in primary care. AIM. A study was undertaken to describe the acceptability, distribution of chart scores, construct validity, test-retest reliability and sensitivity to change when these charts were used in the United Kingdom.

Functional status is defined as: 'the ability of a person to perform and adapt to the individual's given environment, measured both objectively and subjectively over a stated period of time'.

The Dartmouth COOP Functional Health Assessment charts/WONCA (COOP/WONCA charts) are the adaptation for international use in (general) practice of the Dartmouth COOP Functional Health Assessment by: Abstract. BACKGROUND: Functional status is considered an important measure of health status in primary care.

The COOP-WONCA charts, which comprise six single-item scales, have mainly been used to determine functional ability in chronically ill patients. from book Functional Status Measurement in Primary Care (pp) The COOP Function Charts: A System to Measure Patient Function in Physicians’ Offices Chapter January with Reads.

In a comparative population, persons with traumatic brain injury, COOP/WONCA charts are considered part of a reliable minimum data set in conjunction with the Functional Independence Measure and the Functional Assessment Measure in the acute stages of recovery.

19 This study, which included a broad range of stroke patients with language, physical, functional, and mild to moderate cognitive Cited by: Measures from the Fibromyalgia Impact Questionnaire (FIQ) and the COOP/WONCA Functional Health Assessment Charts (WONCA) were obtained before and at the end of the treatment and at 3.

The Dartmouth COOP charts were developed for use in clinical settings for the purposes of screening and monitoring physical, mental, and social function (Nelson, Landgraf, Hays, Wasson, & Kirk, ).There are nine charts, one for each of Physical Fitness, Feelings, Daily Activities, Social Activities, Pain, Social Support, Overall Health, Quality of Life, and Change in Health (health transition).

In a population study, a random sample of persons from 20 to 72 years answered the six item version of the Dartmouth COOP functional health assessment charts/WONCA. The results according to age and sex are presented. The charts have been developed primarily for use in Cited by:   The objective of the study was to assess the reliability and validity of the Dartmouth Primary Care Cooperative Information Project/World Organization of National Colleges, Academies, and Academic Associations of General Practice/Family Physicians (COOP/WONCA) questionnaire in outpatients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).

The test–retest reliability of individual Cited by: In another comparative study, Coop/Wonca charts were considered part of a reliable minimum data set in exploring HRQoL in patients with traumatic brain injury patients together with the Functional Independence Measure and the Functional Assessment Measure (van Baalen et al., ).Author: Angelo Pappalardo, Clara Grazia Chisari, Enrico Montanari, Ilaria Pesci, Giovanna Borriello, Carlo P.

In primary care, the Dartmouth Cooperative Group (COOP)/Wonca (the world organisation of family doctors) assessment of functional status, validated for different social and cultural settings, has been developed to obtain insight into the perceived health of individuals.

The COOP/Wonca Functional Health Assessment Charts present six different Cited by: We have been able to document improvement in the functional health status of 30 elderly patients using the COOP charts.

COOP charts are an easy to use, patient-orientated estimate of a patient's overall well-being (Nelson et al., ).Author: M.T Kinirons, B Weston, G.S Rai.

Test-retest reliability in each domain except Changes in Health was significant at P COOP/WONCA Functional Health charts demonstrate good validity and overall reliability for use with stroke patients in primary by:   In Measuring Functional Status with the COOP—WONCA Charts, 12 published in by van Weel and co-workers, it is stated that there has been no known reliability study of the revised charts, which differ from the original Dartmouth COOP Function by:   A study was carried out to determine whether the charts are able to measure the degree of functional impairment associated with cooo illness and the improvement in functional ability accompanying the process of recovery.

Functional status in primary care: COOP/WONCA charts. The charts can be used independently or in groups. Open in a separate. Measuring functional health status in primary care using the COOP-WONCA charts: acceptability, range of scores, construct validity, reliability, and sensitivity to change.

Br J Cited by: Brouwer, C. Schilder, A. Van Stel, H. Reliability and validity of functional health status and health related quality of life questionnaires in children with recurrent acute otitis media Quality of Life Research 16 Cited by: The Darthmouth COOP Functional Health Assessment Charts/WONCA (COOP/WONCA) was sent to all young adults aged 18 years or older.

This questionnaire, validated for adults, represents functional status and quality of life and appears to have low susceptibility to cultural differences. The COOP-WONCA charts were initially developed and tested by Cited by: ().

health. Commission home care for cancer patients. Home care for cancer patients. Den Haag: Board of Health, (). In: Twycross R, Pain relief in advanced cancer. Measuring functional health status with the COOP-WONCA charts. Dinnersley P, Peters T, Stott N. Measuring functional health status in primary care using the COOP/WONCA charts: acceptability, range of.

Kinnersley P, Peters T, Stott NCH. Measuring functional health status in primary care using the COOP-WONCA charts: Acceptability, range of scores, construct validity, reliability, and sensitivity to change. Br J Gen Pract ; Google ScholarCited by:   Four COOP-WONCA charts were used to measure functional status.

We found a strong linear association between the number of self-reported symptoms and functional status. The number of symptoms explained % of the variance in functional status after adjusting for the effects of Cited by: The COOP-WONCA charts comprise six scales designed to measure functional health status in primary care.

AIM. A study was undertaken to describe the acceptability, distribution of chart scores, construct validity, test-retest reliability and sensitivity to change when these charts were used in the United : P Kinnersley, T Peters and N Stott.

Measuring Functional Health Status with the COOP/WONCA Charts: a Manual. Northern Centre of Health Care Research (NCH): Groningen Northern Centre of Health Care Research (NCH): GroningenCited by:   For example, the MOS 36 item Short Form Health Survey (SF) and the Dartmouth COOP functional health assessment Charts/WONCA (COOP/WONCA Charts) are two popular generic HRQOL instruments for people living in community (van Weel et al., ; Ware and Gandek, ; Gandek and Ware, ).

Both of them include most of the essential concepts of Cited by:   This is the first study on the use of the Dartmouth functional health assessment charts COOP/WONCA in the assessment of the functional status of Chinese patients. The Chinese are the world's largest ethnic group and make up more than one-fifth of the world's by: The Dartmouth COOP Charts are an interviewer-administered functional status measure originally designed for use in primary care, but which have been subsequently used in other settings and.

The COOP/WONCA chart system was reliable and showed properties supporting the construct validity of the measure. The items, however, did not discriminate well between known groups, indicating that this questionnaire is not very sensitive in patients with by:   van Weel C, Konig-Zahn C, Touw-Otten FWMM, van Duijn NP.

Meyboom-de Jong B. Measuring Functional Health Status With the COOP/WONCA Charts. A Manual. Groningen, The Netherlands: WONCA, ERGHO, and NCH-University of Groningen. Functional Status Measurement in Primary Care provides an indepth discussion of psychometric issues as applied to functional status assessment and details the International experience with the use of the Darthmouth COOP Charts is described along with their practical application in the daily practice of physicians and nurses of ambulatory patients.COOP/WONCA charts as a screen for mental disorders in primary care Article (PDF Available) in The Annals of Family Medicine 9(4) July with Reads How we measure 'reads'.The COOP-WONCA charts are a generic, self-adminis- tered questionnaire designed to measure functional health status.

Six domains are explored by one question each: physical fitness, feelings, daily activities, social ac- tivities, change in health, and overall health." Each ques- tion is supported by a drawing and provides a five-point scale.

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