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Rehabilitation goal setting :theory, practice, and evidence



In 19 chapters, rehabilitation specialists in neurology, nursing, occupational therapy, physiotherapy, psychology, rehabilitation medicine, and speech-language therapy from New Zealand, Australia, Europe, and North America address goal setting in the context of rehabilitation, focusing on the underlying theories, the different approaches to the practice of goal setting in the clinic and community, and the evidence that provides the empirical foundation for rehabilitation as a profession. They discuss the scientific basis of goal setting in clinical rehabilitation, psychological theories for developing rehabilitation goal setting, ethics, goal setting as shared decision making, and rethinking the place of SMART (specific, measurable, attainable, relevant, and timely) goals and using MEANING (meaning, engage, anchor, negotiate, intention-implementation gap, new goals, and goals as behavior change) as a tool. Further chapters focus on specific settings and applications: adult neurorehabilitation; pediatric rehabilitation; an occupation-based, client-centered approach; a theory-based approach; German medical rehabilitation research; social competence treatment after brain injury; self-management for people with chronic conditions; community-dwelling older people; people with aphasia; and stroke rehabilitation. Annotation ©2014 Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR (protoview.com)


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