13.D1 Resources



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  2. Badge, H. (2012). Developing and evaluating an assessment to measure the impact and outcome after acquired brain injury. (Unpublished Master’s Thesis). University of Sydney. Sydney.  Available: http://ses.library.usyd.edu.au/bitstream/2123/8690/1/Badge_H%20Masters%20Thesis%202012%20signed.02.10.2012.pdf.
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  4. Barns, M.D., & Ward, A.B., (2000). Textbook of Rehabilitation Medicine. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  5. Bergquist, T.F. & Jacket, M.P. (1993). Awareness and goal setting with the traumatically brain injured. Brain Injury, 9(3), 275-282.
  6. Bergquist T.F., Micklewright, J.L., Yutsis, M., Smigielski, J.S., Gehl, C., & Brown, A.W. (2012).  Achievement of client centred goals by persons with acquired brain injury in comprehensive day treatment is associated with improved functional outcomes. Brain Injury, 26, 1307-1314.
  7. Boven’Eerdt. T.J., Botell, R.E., and Wade, D.T. (2009). Writing SMART rehabilitation goals and achieving goal attainment scaling: a practical guide. Clinical Rehabilitation, 23, 352-361.
  8. Brown, M., Dijkers, M., Gordon, W., Ashman, T., Charatz, H., & Cheng, Z. (2004). Participation Objective, Participation Subjective: A measure of participation combining outsider and insider perspectives. Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 19(6), 459–481.
  9. Cole, C. (2001). Leading work teams in supervision; the theory and practice of first-line management. Frenchs Forest:Prentice Hall.
  10. Dalton, C., Farrell, R., de Sousa, A., Wujanto, E., McKenna-Slade, A., Thompson, S., Liu, C., and Greenwood, R. (2012). Client inclusion in goal setting during early inpatient rehabilitation after acquired brain injury. Clinical Rehabilitation, 26(2), 165-173.
  11. Deming, W.E. (1993). The New Economics for Industry, Government, and Education, Cambridge: MIT.
  12. Doig E., Fleming J., Cornwell P.L., & Kuipers P. (2010). Qualitative exploration of a client-centre, goal-directed approach to community-based occupational therapy for adults with traumatic brain injury. The American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 559-568.
  13. Fuhrer, M.J. (1994). Subjective well-being: Implications for medical rehabilitation outcomes and models of disablement. American Journal of Physical Rehabilitation, 73(5), 358-364.
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  15. Hudon, C., St-Cyr Tribble, D., Bravo, G., & Poitras, ME. (2011). Enablement in health care context: a concept analysis. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, 17(1), 143-9.
  16. Hudon, C., St-Cyr Tribble, D., Legare, F., Bravo, G., Fortin, M., &  Almirall, J.    (2010). Assessing enablement in clinical practice: a systematic review of available instruments. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, 16(6), 1301-8.
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  21. Lifetime Care and Support Authority of NSW. (2012). LTCS Case Management Expectations.  Retrieved from http://www.lifetimecare.nsw.gov.au//Case_Management.aspx
  22. Locke, E.A. (1966). Toward a theory of task motivation and incentives. Organisational Behaviour and Human Performance, 3, 157-189.
  23. Malec, J.F. (1999). Goal attainment scaling in rehabilitation. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 9, 253-275.
  24. Melvin, J.L. (1980). Interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary activities and the ACRM. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 61, 379-80.
  25. Mogensen, L. (2008). The development, content validity and interrater reliability of the SMART-Goal Evaluation Method: a new rating scale of evaluation clinical treatment goals, Australian Occupational Therapy Journal, 55, 149-159.
  26. Minnes, P., Carlson, P., McColl, M.A., Nolte, M.L., Johnston, J., & Buell, K. (2003). Community integration: A useful construct, but what does it really mean? Brain Injury, 17(2), 149-159.
  27. NSW Dept Human Services. (2013). The Better Practice Project Overview [PowerPoint slides].  Retrieved from http://www.adhc.nsw.gov.au/sp/delivering_hacc_services/the_better_practice_project    
  28. Nijhuis, B.J.G., Reinders-Messellink, A.R., de Blecourt, A.C.E., Boonstra, A.M., Calarme, E.M., Groothoff, J.W., Nakken, H., & Postema, K. (2008). Goal setting in Dutch paediatric rehabilitation. Are the needs and principle problems of children with cerebral palsy integrated into their rehabilitation goals? Clinical Rehabilitation, 22, 348-363.
  29. NSW Health. (2011). Rehabilitation Redesign Project.  Sydney: NSW Health.
  30. Playford, E.D., Siegert, R., Levack, W., & Freeman, J. (2009). Areas of consensus and controversy about goal setting in rehabilitation: a conference report. Clinical Rehabilitation, 23, 334-344.
  31. Pollock, N. (1993). Client centred assessment. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 47, 298-301.
  32. Powell, T., Partridge, T., Nicholls, T., Wright, L., Mould, H., Cook, C., Tatter, S. (1994).  An interdisciplinary approach to the rehabilitation of people with brain injury. British Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation, 1, 8-13.
  33. Renfrewshire Community Health Partnership.  (2009). Developing Community Rehabilitation & Enablement Services in Renfrewshire [Report]. Retrieved from  http://www.chps.org.uk/content/default.asp?page=s612
  34. Scobbie, L., Dixon, D., & Wyke, S. (2011). Goals setting and action planning in the rehabilitation setting: development of a theoretically informed practice framework’, Clinical Rehabilitation, 25, 468-482.
  35. Sivaraman Nair, K.P. (2003). Life goals: The concept and its relevance to rehabilitation. Clinical Rehabilitation, 17, 192-202.
  36. Shut, H.A., & Stam, H.J. (1994). Goals in rehabilitation team work.  Disability and Rehabilitation, 16, 223-226.
  37. Soberg, H.L., Finset, A., Roise, O., & Bautz-Holter, E. (2008). Identification and comparison of rehabilitation goals after injuries: an ICF analysis of the clients’ physiotherapists’ and other allied health professionals’ reported goals. Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine, 40, 340-346.
  38. Oxford University Press. (2003). The Australian Modern Oxford Dictionary (2nd ed.).  Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  39. The NSW Department of Family and Community Services (Ageing, Disability and Home Care). (2012). The Better Practice Project. Retrieved from http://www.adhc.nsw.gov.au/sp/delivering_hacc_services/the_better_practice_project
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  41. Turner-Stokes, L., Williams, H., & Johnson, J. (2009). Goal attainment scaling: does it provide added value as a person-centred measure for evaluation of outcome in neurorehabilitation following acquired brain injury? Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine, 4, 528-535.
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  43. Wade, D.T. (1998). Evidence relating to goal planning in rehabilitation. Clinical Rehabilitation, 12, 273-275.
  44. Wade, D.T., & de Jong, B.A. (2000). Recent advances in rehabilitation. British Medical Journal, 320, 1385-1388.
  45. Wade, D.T. (2009). Goal setting in rehabilitation: an overview of what, why and how. Clinical Rehabilitation, 23, 291-295.
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