Patient inclusion in goal setting during early inpatient rehabilitation after acquired brain injury

@article{Dalton2012PatientII,
  title={Patient inclusion in goal setting during early inpatient rehabilitation after acquired brain injury},
  author={Catherine Dalton and Rachel Farrell and Annette De Souza and Evelyn Wujanto and Ann McKenna-Slade and Sharmen Thompson and Clarence Liu and Richard J. Greenwood},
  journal={Clinical Rehabilitation},
  year={2012},
  volume={26},
  pages={165 - 173}
}
Objective: To investigate the effects of patient participation in multidisciplinary goal setting during early inpatient rehabilitation after acquired brain injury. Design: Case controlled retrospective study. Setting: Regional neurological rehabilitation unit. Subjects: One hundred and five patients with acquired brain injury. Main measures: Numbers of goals set and achieved per patient before and after intervention; Barthel Index and Functional Independence Measure. Results: The intervention… 

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