Canadian Occupational Performance Measure

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Canadian Occupational Performance Measure

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COPM

An individualized and standardized outcome measure designed for use by occupational therapists to assess clients' perceptions of change in their ability to perform the activities and tasks of daily living. The client identifies problems in daily function that are then measured on the basis of performance and client satisfaction.
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The partial correlation between the mean COPM performance and the satisfaction reassessment scores was 0.
Clients' perceptions of the COPM assessment and reassessment are presented in Table 4.
The criterion responsiveness of the COPM indicated good discriminatory power of the COPM to detect improvement from no improvement.
Abbreviations: CFS = chronic fatigue syndrome; CFS-APQ = Chronic Fatigue Syndrome-Activities and Participation Questionnaire; CIS = Checklist Individual Strength; COPM = Canadian Occupational Performance Measure; MET = metabolic equivalent; PACE = Pacing, Graded Activity, and Cognitive Behavior Therapy: A Randomized Evaluation; SD = standard deviation; SF-36 = Medical Outcomes Study 36-Item Short Form Health Survey; VAS = visual analog scale.
0) Exp = experimental, Con = control; COPM = Canadian Occupational Performance Measure; * = mean and 95% CI are derived from linear regression using baseline scores as covariates
The COPM assessment instrument was also acquired using the materials and supplies budget.
05) * Change in occupational performance as measured on the COPM (t=2.
In addition, the observed effect that the teenagers changed their occupational performance as measured on the COPM was very important.
1] (the viscosity measured at this shear rate is even lower than that calculated from Equation 1), whereas that of COPR and COPM is maintained over the whole shear rate range.
3c, the effect of the addition of COPM on the adhesion between matrix and LCP droplets is very similar to that described before.
Clinically, the most important score of the COPM is the change score measuring change between the scores at an initial evaluation (at admission) and the scores at reevaluation (for instance, at discharge) [17,42].
Four studies investigated the clinimetric properties of the COPM in patients with chronic pain [23,29,35,38].