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  • Amsters DI, Kendall MB, Kuipers P, Schuurs SB (2016). The Person–Environment Profile: Preliminary Development of a Clinical Tool for Enhancing Goal-Based Rehabilitation Programs. Rehabilitation Process and Outcome, 2016(5), 65-71.

  • Anthony WA, Ellison, ML, Rogers ES, Mizock L, Lyass A (2014). Implementing and evaluating goal setting in a statewide psychiatric rehabilitation program. Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin, 57(4), 228-237.

  • Arvinen-Barrow M, Hemmings B (2013). Goal setting in sport injury rehabilitation. Psychology of Sport Injury and Rehabilitation. Abingdon, UK: Routledge, 56-70.

  • Bagriyanik N (2012). Effiziente Förderung von volitionalen Kompetenzen in der psychosomatischen Rehabilitation. Inauguraldissertation zur Erlangung des Grades des Doktors der Naturwissenschaften an der UniversitĂ€t Trier. Online verfĂŒgbar unter: http://ubt.opus.hbz-nrw.de/volltexte/2012/768/pdf/DissertationJuli.pdf [Letzter Zugriff: 13.11.2017].

  • Baier J, Rucker AML, Landenberger M (2017). Zielorientierung von muskuloskeletal betroffenen Patienten als motivationsfördernde Maßnahme zur Verbesserung des ambulanten Therapieerfolgs. Physioscience, 13(02), 55-64.

  • Barnard RA, Cruice MN, Playford ED (2010). Strategies used in the pursuit of achievability during goal setting in rehabilitation. Qualitative health research, 20(2), 239-250.

  • Berg K, Askim T, Balandin S, Armstrong E, Rise MB (2016). Experiences of participation in goal setting for people with stroke-induced aphasia in Norway. A qualitative study. Disability and rehabilitation, 1-9.

  • Bergquist TF, Micklewright JL, Yutsis M, Smigielski JS, Gehl C, Brown AW (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(11), 1307-1314.

  • Blanckenburg P, Seifart U, Conrad N, Exner C, Rief W, Nestoriuc Y (2014). Quality of life in cancer rehabilitation: the role of life goal adjustment. Psycho‐Oncology, 23(10), 1149-1156.

  • Brandes I, Niehues C (2014). Rehabilitationsziele in Ă€rztlichen Entlassungsberichten und in Patientenfragebogen – am Beispiel von Endometriose-Patientinnen. Die Rehabilitation, 53(01), 8-16.

  • Bright FA, Boland P, Rutherford SJ, Kayes NM, McPherson KM (2012). Implementing a client-centred approach in rehabilitation: An autoethnography. Disability and rehabilitation, 34(12), 997-1004.

  • Brown M, Levack WMM, McPherson, KM, Dean SG, Reed K, Weatherall M, Taylor WJ (2014). Survival, momentum, and things that make me “me”: patients’ perceptions of goal setting after stroke. Disability and rehabilitation, 36(12), 1020-1026.

  • Buchholz I, Kohlmann T (2014). Akzeptanz, Nutzen und PraktikabilitĂ€t eines Fragebogens zur Definition von Reha-Zielen vor Antritt der medizinischen Rehabilitation. Die Rehabilitation, 53(02), 102-109.

  • Buchholz I, Kohlmann T (2014). Deskriptoren und PrĂ€diktoren von Reha-Zielen von Patienten in der medizinischen Rehabilitation. PPmP-Psychotherapie· Psychosomatik· Medizinische Psychologie, 64(09/10), 364-372.

  • Byrnes M, Beilby J, Ray P, McLennan R, Ker J, Schug S (2012). Patient-focused goal planning process and outcome after spinal cord injury rehabilitation: quantitative and qualitative audit. Clinical rehabilitation, 26(12), 1141-1149.

  • Clarke S, Oades LG, Crowe TP (2012). Recovery in mental health: a movement towards well-being and meaning in contrast to an avoidance of symptoms. Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 35(4), 297.

  • Dalen HE, Nyquist A, Saebu M, Roe C, Bautz-Holter E (2013). Implementation of ICF in goal setting in rehabilitation of children with chronic disabilities at Beitostolen Healthsports Centre. Disability and rehabilitation, 35(3), 198-205.

  • Dalton C, Farrell R, De Souza A, Wujanto E, McKenna-Slade A, Thompson S, Greenwood R (2012). Patient inclusion in goal setting during early inpatient rehabilitation after acquired brain injury. Clinical Rehabilitation, 26(2), 165-173.

  • Deutsches Institut fĂŒr Medizinische Dokumentation und Information. ICF-Projekte im deutschsprachigen Raum. Online verfĂŒgbar unter: http://www.dimdi.de/static/de/klassi/icf/projekte/index.htm [Letzter Zugriff: 13.11.2017].

  • Dibbelt S, Freund S, Greitemann B, Glattacker M, Garbrecht M, Ullrich A, Mittag O (2014). ParZivar II: Partizipative Zielvereinbarung in der Rehabilitation – Das Manual. Unveröffentlichte Publikation. Anhang des Abschlussberichtes des Institutes fĂŒr Rehabilitationsforschung, Bad Rothenfelde. Online verfĂŒgbar unter: http://muensterland.deutsche-rentenversicherung-reha-zentren.de/Muensterland/de/Inhalt/Allgemeines/Downloads/ParZivar_II_Das_Manual.html [Letzter Zugriff: 13.11.2017].

  • Dicianno BE, Henderson G, Parmanto B (2017). Design of Mobile Health Tools to Promote Goal Achievement in Self-Management Tasks. JMIR mHealth and uHealth, 5(7), e103.

  • Eftekhar P, Mochizuki G, Dutta T, Richardson D, Brooks D (2016). Goal Attainment Scaling in Individuals with Upper Limb Spasticity Post Stroke. Occupational Therapy International, 23(4), 379-389.

  • Ernst J, Herbold D, Koch U, Mehnert A (2015). Individuelle Rehabilitationsziele und Zielerreichung bei Patienten im Verlauf der orthopĂ€dischen Rehabilitation. Physikalische Medizin, Rehabilitationsmedizin, Kurortmedizin, 25(01), 44-50.

  • Fernandez R, Rajaratnam R, Evans K, Speizer A (2012). Goal setting in cardiac rehabilitation: implications for clinical practice. Contemporary nurse, 43(1), 13-21.

  • Flink M, Bertilsson AS, Johansson U, Guidetti S, Tham K, von Koch L (2016). Training in client-centeredness enhances occupational therapist documentation on goal setting and client participation in goal setting in the medical records of people with stroke. Clinical rehabilitation, 30(12), 1200-1210.

  • Foley S (2016). Whose goal is it anyway? Self‐directed goal setting for children with cerebral palsy. Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology, 58(6), 533-534.

  • Fulton S, Clohesy D, Wise FM, Woolley K, Lannin N (2016). A goal‐directed woodwork group for men in community rehabilitation ‐ A pilot project. Australian occupational therapy journal, 63(1), 29-36.

  • Glattacker M, Quaschning K, Bredehorst M, Dibbelt S, Greitemann B, Farin E (2016). Reha-Zielvereinbarungen in der medizinischen Rehabilitation: eine bundesweite Bestandsaufnahme. Die Rehabilitation, 55 (3), 143-149.

  • Grant M, Ponsford J (2014). Goal attainment scaling in brain injury rehabilitation: Strengths, limitations and recommendations for future applications. Neuropsychological rehabilitation, 24(5), 661-677.

  • Grant M, Ponsford J, Bennett PC (2012). The application of Goal Management Training to aspects of financial management in individuals with traumatic brain injury. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 22(6), 852-873.

  • Gustafsson L, Fleming J, Cornwell P, Worrall L, Brauer S (2014). STRENGTH and the health care team: Changing interprofessional and client-centered practices. Topics in stroke rehabilitation, 21(5), 413-420.

  • Hammerschmidt GC, JĂ€ckel WH, Glattacker M (2015). Rehabilitationsziele von Patienten mit koronarer Herzerkrankung und chronischen RĂŒckenschmerzen–Eine inhaltliche Analyse freitextlicher Zielnennungen. Die Rehabilitation, 54(06), 396-401.

  • Hassett L, Simpson G, Cotter R, Whiting D, Hodgkinson A, Martin D (2015). A prospective interrupted time series study of interventions to improve the quality, rating, framing and structure of goal-setting in community-based brain injury rehabilitation. Clinical rehabilitation, 29(4), 327-338.

  • Hersh D, Worrall L, Howe T, Sherratt S, Davidson B (2012). SMARTER goal setting in aphasia rehabilitation. Aphasiology, 26(2), 220-233.

  • Hodgetts S, Park E (2017). Preparing for the future: a review of tools and strategies to support autonomous goal setting for children and youth with autism spectrum disorders. Disability and rehabilitation, 39(6), 535-543.

  • Hunt AW (2014). An Exploration of Goal Setting in Acquired Brain Injury Rehabilitation (Doctoral dissertation, University of Toronto). Online verfĂŒgbar unter: https://tspace.library.utoronto.ca/bitstream/1807/68097/1/Hunt_Anne_W_201406_PhD_thesis.pdf [Letzter Zugriff: 13.11.2017].

  • Hunt AW, Le Dorze G, Polatajko H, Bottari C, Dawson DR (2015). Communication during goal-setting in brain injury rehabilitation: What helps and what hinders? British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 78(8), 488-498.

  • Hunt AW, Le Dorze G, Trentham B, Polatajko HJ, Dawson DR (2015). Elucidating a Goal-Setting Continuum in Brain Injury Rehabilitation. Qualitative health research, 25(8), 1044-1055.

  • Inhestern L, Beierlein V, Krauth KA, Schulte T, Berger D, Koch U, Bergelt C (2017). Belastungen und Reha-Ziele von Familien in der pĂ€diatrisch-onkologischen Rehabilitation. Praxis der Kinderpsychologie und Kinderpsychiatrie, 66 (3), 194-208.

  • Jesus TS, Silva IL (2016). Toward an evidence-based patient-provider communication in rehabilitation: linking communication elements to better rehabilitation outcomes. Clinical rehabilitation, 30(4), 315-328.

  • Kersten P, McPherson KM, Kayes NM, Theadom A, McCambridge A (2015). Bridging the goal intention–action gap in rehabilitation: a study of if-then implementation intentions in neurorehabilitation. Disability and rehabilitation, 37(12), 1073-1081.

  • Kolip P, Schaefer I (2015). Goal Attainment Scaling (Zielerreichungsskalen). Bielefeld: UniversitĂ€t Bielefeld. Online verfĂŒgbar unter: https://www.lzg.nrw.de/_media/pdf/evalua_tools/leitfaden_gas_endversion.pdf [Letzter Zugriff: 13.11.2017].
  • Krasny-Pacini A, Chevignard M, Evans J (2014). Goal Management Training for rehabilitation of executive functions: a systematic review of effectivness in patients with acquired brain injury. Disability and Rehabilitation, 36(2), 105-116.

  • Lafata JE, Morris HL, Dobie E, Heisler M, Werner RM, Dumenci L (2013). Patient-reported use of collaborative goal setting and glycemic control among patients with diabetes. Patient education and counseling, 92(1), 94-99.

  • Levack WMM (2009). Ethics in goal planning for rehabilitation: a utilitarian perspective. Clinical rehabilitation, 23(4), 345-351.

  • Levack WM, Dean SG, Siegert RJ, Mcpherson KM (2006). Purposes and mechanisms of goal planning in rehabilitation: the need for a critical distinction. Disability and rehabilitation, 28(12), 741-749.

  • Levack WMM, Siegert RJ, Dean, SG, McPherson KM (2009). Goal planning for adults with acquired brain injury: How clinicians talk about involving family. Brain injury, 23(3), 192-202.

  • Levack WMM, Dean SG, Siegert RJ, McPherson KM (2011). Navigating patient-centered goal setting in inpatient stroke rehabilitation: how clinicians control the process to meet perceived professional responsibilities. Patient education and counseling, 85(2), 206-213.

  • Linden M, Gehrke G (2013). Therapieziele und Therapieoptionen einer verhaltenstherapeutisch orientierten Ergotherapie. Verhaltenstherapie, 23(1), 6-11.

  • Martin R, Levack WMM, Sinnott KA (2015). Life goals and social identity in people with severe acquired brain injury: an interpretative phenomenological analysis. Disability and rehabilitation, 37(14), 1234-1241.

  • McGuire AB, Lysaker PH, Wasmuth S (2015). Altered self-experience and goal setting in severe mental illness. American Journal of Psychiatric Rehabilitation, 18(4), 333-362.

  • McPherson KM, Kayes N, Weatherall M (2009). A pilot study of self-regulation informed goal setting in people with traumatic brain injury. Clinical Rehabilitation, 23(4), 296-309.

  • McPherson KM, Kayes N, Kersten P (2014). MEANING as a smarter approach to goals in rehabilitation. In: Siegert RJ, Levack WM (Eds). Rehabilitation Goal Setting: Theory, Practice and Evidence. CRC Press

  • Meng K, Reusch A, Musekamp G, Seekatz B, Zietz B, Steimann G, Altstidl R, Haug G, Faller H (2017). Wirksamkeit generischer Selbstmanagement-Module (SelMa) in der medizinischen Rehabilitation.  26. Rehabilitationswissenschaftlichen Kolloquium - Deutscher Kongress fĂŒr Rehabilitationsforschung: PrĂ€vention und Rehabilitation in Zeiten der Globalisierung vom 20. bis 22. MĂ€rz 2017 in Frankfurt am Main. DRV-Schriften Band 111, S. 170.

  • Morris, HL, Carlyle, KE, Elston Lafata J (2016). Adding the patient’s voice to our understanding of collaborative goal setting: How do patients with diabetes define collaborative goal setting?. Chronic illness, 12(4), 261-271.

  • Neuner R, Braig S, Weyermann M, Kaluscha R, Krischak G (2013). Short-term goal attainment of in-patient rehabilitation in Germany and long-term risk of early retirement in patients with musculoskeletal diseases: results from a prospective 5-year follow-up study. Disability and rehabilitation, 35(8), 656-661.

  • Ogawa T, Omon K, Yuda T, Ishigaki T, Imai R, Ohmatsu S, Morioka S (2016). Short-term effects of goal-setting focusing on the life goal concept on subjective well-being and treatment engagement in subacute inpatients: a quasi-randomized controlled trial. Clinical rehabilitation, 30(9), 909-920.

  • Øien I, Fallang B, ØstensjĂž S (2010). Goal‐setting in paediatric rehabilitation: perceptions of parents and professional. Child: care, health and development, 36(4), 558-565.

  • Pfeiffer G, Schillikowski E (2015). Partizipative Therapiezielentwicklung bei chronischer Aphasie. Ein Kommunikationsfragebogen als Grundlage des ZielgesprĂ€chs. Forum Logopadie, (29)2, 32-39.

  • Plant SE, Tyson SF, Kirk S, Parsons J (2016). What are the barriers and facilitators to goal-setting during rehabilitation for stroke and other acquired brain injuries? A systematic review and meta-synthesis. Clinical rehabilitation, 30(9), 921.

  • Prescott S, Fleming J, Doig E (2015). Goal setting approaches and principles used in rehabilitation for people with acquired brain injury: A systematic scoping review. Brain injury, 29(13-14), 1515-1529.

  • Rodger S, O’Keefe A, Cook M, Jones J (2012). Parents’ and service providers’ perceptions of the family goal setting tool: A pilot study. Journal of applied research in intellectual disabilities, 25(4), 360-371.

  • Rose A, Rosewilliam SB, Soundy A (2017). Shared decision making within goal setting in rehabilitation settings: A systematic review. Patient education and counseling, 100(1), 65-75.

  • Rosewilliam SB (2016). The influence of patient-centredness during goal-setting in stroke rehabilitation (Doctoral dissertation, University of Birmingham). Online verfĂŒgbar unter: etheses.bham.ac.uk/703/9/Rosewiliam16PhD.pdf [Letzter Zugriff: 13.11.2017].

  • Rosewilliam SB, Sintler C, Pandyan AD, Skelton J, Roskell CA (2016). Is the practice of goal-setting for patients in acute stroke care patient-centred and what factors influence this? A qualitative study. Clinical rehabilitation, 30(5), 508-519.

  • Salih SA, Peel NM, Marshall W (2015). Using the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health framework to categorise goals and assess goal attainment for transition care clients. Australasian journal on ageing, 34(4), E13-E16.

  • Schaller A, Kerth S, Froboese I (2013). Alltagsbezogene Zielformulierungen bei Patienten nach Totalendoprothese – ergeben sich Konsequenzen fĂŒr die Patientenorientierung in der Bewegungstherapie? Physikalische Medizin, Rehabilitationsmedizin, Kurortmedizin, 23(03), 147-153.

  • Schleicher S, Stamm-Balderjahn S, Spyra K (2013). Wirksamkeit von Zielvereinbarungen fĂŒr die Phase III der kardiologischen Rehabilitation – Erste Ergebnisse der CARO-PRE-Studie. Physikalische Medizin, Rehabilitationsmedizin, Kurortmedizin, 23(05), 265-275.

  • Schmidt SG (2016). Recognizing potential barriers to setting and achieving effective rehabilitation goals for patients with persistent pain. Physiotherapy theory and practice, 32(5), 415-426.

  • Scobbie L, Duncan EA, Brady MC, Wyke S (2015). Goal setting practice in services delivering community-based stroke rehabilitation: a United Kingdom (UK) wide survey. Disability and rehabilitation, 37(14), 1291-1298.

  • Scobbie L, Wyke S, Dixon D (2009). Identifying and applying psychological theory to setting and achieving rehabilitation goals. Clinical Rehabilitation, 23(4), 321-333.

  • Senft B (2013). Therapieziele in der Evaluation medizinisch-psychiatrischer Rehabilitation. Effekte eines Therapieziel-Inventars sowie ZusammenhĂ€nge der Zielerreichung mit Struktur-, Prozess- und ErgebnisqualitĂ€t.Dissertation zur Erlangung des akademischen Grades Doktorin der Naturwissenschaften an der Alpen-Adria-UniversitĂ€t Klagenfurt. Online verfĂŒgbar unter: http://ubdocs.uni-klu.ac.at/open/hssvoll/AC10775826.pdf [Letzter Zugriff: 13.11.2017]

  • Siegert RJ, Levack WM (Eds.; 2014). Rehabilitation Goal Setting: Theory, Practice and Evidence. CRC Press.

  • Stamm-Balderjahn S, BrĂŒnger M, Michel A, Bongarth C, Spyra K (2016). The Efficacy of Goal Setting in Cardiac Rehabilitation - a Gender-Specific Randomized Controlled Trial. Deutsches Ärzteblatt International, 113(31-32), 525.

  • Sozialgesetzbuch, FĂŒnftes Buch (SGB V). Gesetzliche Krankenversicherung.
    Online verfĂŒgbar unter: http://www.gesetze-im-internet.de/bundesrecht/sgb_5/gesamt.pdf [Letzter Zugriff: 13.11.2017].
  • Sozialgesetzbuch, Neuntes Buch (SGB IX). Rehabilitation und Teilhabe behinderter Menschen. Online verfĂŒgbar unter: http://www.sozialgesetzbuch-sgb.de/sgbix/1.html [Letzter Zugriff: 13.11.2017].
  • Statistik der Bundesagentur fĂŒr Arbeit (2014). Analytikreport der Statistik: Analyse des Arbeitsmarktes fĂŒr Frauen und MĂ€nner Juni 2014. Online verfĂŒgbar unter: https://statistik.arbeitsagentur.de/Statistikdaten/Detail/201406/analyse/analyse-d-arbeitsmarkt-fum/analyse-d-arbeitsmarkt-fum-d-0-201406-pdf.pdf [Letzter Zugriff: 13.11.2017].
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  • Tripp J, Schulte T, Schröck R, Hass HG, Berger D, Muthny F (2012). Ziele und Zielerreichung in der onkologischen Rehabilitation aus Patienten-und Arztsicht. Praxis Klinische Verhaltensmedizin und Rehabilitation, 90, 98-109.

  • Tucker, P (2015). Goal Setting and Goal Attainment Scaling in Child Neuropsychological Rehabilitation. In Neuropsychological Rehabilitation of Childhood Brain Injury (pp. 151-170). Palgrave Macmillan UK.

  • Ullrich A, Mittag O, Garbrecht M, Dibbelt S, Glattacker M (2015). Partizipative Zielvereinbarung in der Rehabilitation (PARZIVAR II): Evaluation einer Intervention bei Patienten mit chronischen RĂŒckenschmerzen. Die Rehabilitation, 54, 317-324.

  • Vroland‐Nordstrand K, Eliasson AC., Jacobsson H, Johansson U, Krumlinde‐Sundholm L (2016). Can children identify and achieve goals for intervention? A randomized trial comparing two goal‐setting approaches. Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology, 58(6), 589-596.

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