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Perspectives for PRM development and Italian point of view



Perspectives for PRM development and Italian point of view



Rehabilitación 47(2): 104-112



Many WHO documents in recent years, mainly ICF and recently WRD, have described how Rehabilitation, and its scientific developments, are focused on Disabled People Rights to help any Country to create an inclusive Community. This awareness is really important in this period, mainly in Europe, when Health Services are changing for many reasons. PRM role and responsibility are to show how can be realised a wide and global rehabilitation system involving and renovating many aspects of health and social services in a synergistic way to reach the best outcomes for people, in the suitable way, reducing expenses and wastes. Offering different cares timely, in a real continuity and coherence, involving and guiding many different professionals, maintaining the centre on the Person (possibilities, prognosis, free wishes, family and context), evaluating evidences and results on the functional outcomes. In this general strategy the Italian National Plan for Rehabilitation is an attempt to connect different responsibilities, facilities, interventions for PRM doctors, in different times and places, modifying deeply the traditional relationship between Health Services and Rehabilitation.

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DOI: 10.1016/j.rh.2013.01.003


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