Heidi Anttila

Heidi Anttila

National Institute For Health And Welfare (Thl), Injuries And Functional Capacity Unit, Assistive Technology, Helsinki, Finland

Direct Impact

Concepts for which Heidi Anttila has direct influence:

hta core model
cerebral palsy
skeletal dysplasia
spinal cord injury
international classification
breast cancer
obesity surgery

External impact

Concepts related to the work of other authors for which Heidi Anttila has influence:

spinal cord injury
telephone-based version
skeletal dysplasia
physical activity
minimal clinically
international classification
gender differences

Prominent publications by Heidi Anttila

KOL-Index: 73 Study designA cross-sectional survey of the Finnish population with spinal cord injury (FinSCI database).ObjectivesTo describe the functional independence of the population with spinal cord injury (SCI) in Finland and to identify how generic and lesion characteristics affect their functional independence.SettingThe participants were recruited from the registers of three SCI outpatient ...
Known for
Resultsthe | Linear Regression Models | Methodsthe | Designa Cross-Sectional Survey
KOL-Index: 32 Background: The International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICF) classification is a biopsychosocial frame of reference that contributes to a holistic understanding of the functioning of a client and the factors involved. Personal factors (PFs) are not currently classified in the ICF due to large societal and cultural diversity and lack of clarity in the scope of such ...
Known for
Rehabilitation Scoping | Reviewed Pfs | Articles Classified | Classification Addressed
KOL-Index: 29 Purpose This systematic review analyzed the effectiveness of rehabilitation interventions on the employment and functioning of people with intellectual disabilities (ID), as well as barriers and facilitators of employment. Methods This was a systematic review of quantitative, qualitative, and mixed methods studies. The outcomes were employment, transition to the open labor market and ...
Known for
Employment Open | Peer-Reviewed Articles | Methods Quantitative | Barriers Facilitators
KOL-Index: 27 Study designA cross-sectional study.ObjectivesTo explore the prevalence of comorbidities, secondary health conditions (SHCs), and multimorbidity in the Finnish population with spinal cord injury (SCI).SettingThe data were collected from the Finnish Spinal Cord Injury Study (FinSCI). Participants were identified from three SCI outpatient clinics responsible for the lifelong follow-up of ...
Known for
Muscle Pain | Shcs Highest | Conditions Finnish | Ais Multimorbidity
KOL-Index: 20 BACKGROUND: Little is known about the spectrum of everyday challenges that people with skeletal dysplasia face because of their health and functioning. We aimed to identify factors related to health, functioning and disability in people with skeletal dysplasia, and their challenges with accessibility in order to form a self-reported questionnaire for national data collection. The ...
Known for
Patient-Reported Measurement | Disability Accessibility | Icf Linking Rules | Self-Reported Questionnaire
KOL-Index: 16 BACKGROUND: The unemployed have lower work ability and poorer health than the employed. This situation deteriorates when unemployment continues. The long-term unemployed often have co-morbidities and face many other challenges. This increases the need for a multidimensional assessment of work ability and functioning in different service settings. In this study, we describe the development ...
Known for
Academic Practical Panels | Content Questionnaire | Icf | Multidimensional Biopsychosocial Models
KOL-Index: 14 OBJECTIVES: The aim of this study was to analyze and describe process and outcomes of two pilot assessments based on the HTA Core Model, discuss the applicability of the model, and explore areas of development. METHODS: Data were gathered from HTA Core Model and pilot Core HTA documents, their validation feedback, questionnaires to investigators, meeting minutes, emails, and discussions in ...
Known for
True Hta Collaboration | Coordinating Team Meetings | Core Hta Documents | Applicability Model
KOL-Index: 13 PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to investigate test-retest reliability, agreement, internal consistency, and floor- and ceiling effects of the Danish and Finnish versions of the Satisfaction with the Assistive Technology Services (SATS) instrument among adult users of powered wheelchairs (PWCs) or powered scooters (scooters). METHOD: Test-retest design, two telephone interviews 7-18 ...
Known for
Items Danish | Cronbachs Alpha Values | Service Delivery Process | Test-Retest Design
KOL-Index: 13 OBJECTIVES: In conducting reviews on the effectiveness of physiotherapy interventions on children with cerebral palsy, the assessment of trials can be hampered by problems in reporting. Therefore, we set out to evaluate trial reporting by using the Consolidated Standards of Reporting Trials (CONSORT) statement recommendations. METHODS: Randomized, controlled trials published in 1990 or later ...
Known for
Interventions Children | Effectiveness Physiotherapy | Identified Trials | Items Reported

National Institute for Health and Welfare (THL), Injuries and Functional Capacity Unit, Assistive Technology, Helsinki, Finland

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