"include the following:
■ Involve end-users in planning and research, including people with disabilities and rehabilitation workers, to increase the probability that the research will be useful (269, 274).
■ Use the ICF framework to help develop a global common language and assist with global comparisons (12, 17).
■ Use a range of methodologies. More research such as that by the Cochrane Collaboration (Rehabilitation and Related herapies) (208) is needed when feasible. Alternative, rigorous research methodologies are indicated, including qualitative research, prospective observational cohort design (259), or high-quality, quasi-experimental designs that suit the research questions (265), including research studies on CBR (173).
■ Systematically disseminate results so that: policy across government relects research indings, clinical practice can be evidencebased, and people with disabilities and their families can inluence the use of
■ Enhance the clinical and research environment. Providing international learning and research opportunities will oten involve linking universities in developing countries with those in high-income and middleincome countries (68). Countries in a particular region, such as South-East Asia, can also collaborate on research projects (275).
Source WHO on disability, page 121
Kommentar: Wissenschaft ueber Behinderungen ohne Beteiligung von Menschen mit Behinderungen ist eine Wissenschaft, die am Thema vorbeigeht, selbes gilt heute noch fuer die Justiz !