PM-Scale Presentation

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  1. The place of participation according to the ICF classification
  2. Development of the PM-Scale using the Rasch measurement model
  3. Synopsis

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The place of participation according to the ICF classification

Participation, as measured by PM-Scale, is defined as the patient’s involvement in life situations (WHO, 2001).
PM-Scale measure the patient's perceived involvement in different life situations encountered in most African communities.

See the page on the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health.

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Development of the PM-Scale using the Rasch measurement model

The PM-Scale has been calibrated in adults’ stroke patients (Kossi et al, 2017) according to the level of participation as perceived by the stroke patients themselves.
The original version of PM-Scale was developed in French. However, an English version is also available (see downloads section).

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Synopsis

PM-Scale in adults stroke patients

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