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Table 3 ICF categories of activity and participation that were considered relevant by ≥50% of participants

From: The International Classification of Functioning, Disabilities, and Health categories rated as necessary for care planning for older patients with heart failure: a survey of care managers in Japan

ICF categories Total Medical qualifications Welfare or care qualifications p
d177 Making decisions 70.0% 80.5% 68.8% 0.239
d230 Carrying out daily routine 60.4% 73.6% 57.8% 0.015
d240 Handing stress and other psychological demands 55.2% 70.1% 51.8% 0.002
d310 Communicating with-receiving-spoken messages 60.6% 72.4% 58.8% 0.087
d330 Speaking 54.2% 63.2% 52.8% 0.075
d350 Conversation 63.8% 71.3% 62.8% 0.332
d420 Transferring oneself 58.3% 65.5% 57.1% 0.266
d450 Walking 86.3% 86.2% 86.3% 0.725
d510 Washing oneself 64.4% 70.1% 63.3% 0.286
d520 Caring for body parts 51.3% 54.0% 50.6% 0.493
d530 Toileting 77.9% 82.8% 77.2% 0.461
d540 Dressing 62.9% 66.7% 61.9% 0.335
d550 Eating 81.9% 86.2% 80.8% 0.187
d560 Drinking 77.5% 78.2% 77.0% 0.567
d570 Looking after one’s health 76.5% 85.1% 74.6% 0.034
d620 Acquisition of goods and services 53.5% 62.1% 52.3% 0.276
d630 Preparing meals 63.8% 70.1% 62.8% 0.332
d640 Doing housework 62.3% 64.4% 62.1% 0.852
d710 Basic interpersonal interactions 62.7% 73.6% 61.2% 0.113
d760 Family relationships 74.8% 81.6% 73.6% 0.210
d920 Recreation and leisure 50.4% 52.9% 50.1% 0.808
  1. The bold items indicate significant differences between participants with medical qualifications and those with welfare or care qualifications