Goal attainment scaling: does it provide added value as a person-centred measure for evaluation of outcome in neurorehabilitation following acquired brain injury?

@article{TurnerStokes2009GoalAS,
  title={Goal attainment scaling: does it provide added value as a person-centred measure for evaluation of outcome in neurorehabilitation following acquired brain injury?},
  author={Lynne Turner-Stokes and Heather Williams and Jane W Johnson},
  journal={Journal of rehabilitation medicine},
  year={2009},
  volume={41 7},
  pages={528-35}
}
OBJECTIVE To compare goal attainment scaling (GAS) and standardized measures in evaluation of person-centred outcomes in neurorehabilitation. DESIGN A prospective cohort analysis from a tertiary inpatient neuro-rehabilitation service for younger adults with complex neurological disability. SUBJECTS/PATIENTS Consecutive patients (n = 164) admitted for rehabilitation following acquired brain injury (any cause) over 3 years. Mean age 44.8 (standard deviation 14.4) years. DIAGNOSIS 66… CONTINUE READING

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