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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.

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  • 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.

  • Berdal G, Sand-Svartrud AL, BĂž I, Dager TN, DingsĂžr A, Eppeland SG, ... & Wigers SH (2018). Aiming for a healthier life: a qualitative content analysis of rehabilitation goals in patients with rheumatic diseases. Disability and rehabilitation, 40(7), 765-778.

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  • Bloodworth LC (2017). Clinical Utility of the CARE Item Set. Doctoral dissertation, Middle Tennessee State University.

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  • 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.

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  • Bundesarbeitsgemeinschaft fĂŒr Rehabilitation (BAR) (Ed.) (2019). Reha-Prozess : Gemeinsame Empfehlung. Frankfurt/Main. Online verfĂŒgbar unter: https://www.bar-frankfurt.de/fileadmin/dateiliste/publikationen/gemeinsa...

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  • Deutsches Institut fĂŒr Medizinische Dokumentation und Information. ICF-Projekte im deutschsprachigen Raum. Online verfĂŒgbar unter: https://www.dimdi.de/dynamic/de/klassifikationen/icf/projekte/ [Letzter Zugriff: 11.10.2018].

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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  • 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: 11.10.2018].
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