The first part of this thesis describes the ICF Core Sets consisting of relevant aspects of functioning of adults with cerebral palsy (CP), which will provide the basis in the process to universal and standardized data collection in clinical practice and research. The second part shows that blood pressure levels and prevalence of hypertension are relatively high in adults with CP, which underscores the importance of clinical screening for blood pressure in individuals with CP beginning in young adulthood.

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H.J. Stam (Henk)
Erasmus University Rotterdam

Noten, S. (2021, October 12). Relevant Aspects of Functioning of Adults with Cerebral Palsy: focus on ICF Core Sets and blood pressure. Retrieved from