Measuring Health and Disability in Europe (MHADIE)
MHADIE (Measuring Health and Disability in Europe) is an EU-Funded project which runs from January 2005 to December 2007.
It seeks to demonstrate the feasibility and utility of the WHO’s International Classification of Functioning, Disability & Health (ICF). In particular, it aims to determine the potential of the ICF framework as an international standard that could influence and support new European policy guidelines on health and disability.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) leads the Project, which involves sixteen partner organisations across ten countries. The National Disability Authority (NDA) is the only Irish partner in the project.
If you have any queries regarding the role of the NDA in this project please do not hesitate to contact Research on (01) 6080400 or by email.
[Acknowledgement of support from the EC contract number SP24-CT-2004-513708 (MHADIE) Thematic Priority SSP]
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