MEMBER VALUE WEBINAR #10 - GOAL SETTING IN ADULT REHABILITATION: A COCHRANE REVIEW
This webinar will provide a summary of a recent Cochrane review and meta-analysis on the current best evidence regarding the effect of goal setting and strategies to enhance goal pursuit on patient outcomes in adult rehabilitation.
William Levack is a physiotherapist, senior lecturer in rehabilitation, and associate dean research for the Wellington campus of the University of Otago, New Zealand. William has worked in a variety of hospital and community settings, from intensive care through to residential rehabilitation. His clinical interests are diverse, but his research tends to focus on rehabilitation for people with neurological or chronic respiratory conditions, and in particular on question to do with motivation, engagement and person-centredness in rehabilitation contents. In 2014, he co-edited a textbook entitled “Rehabilitation Goal Setting: Theory, Practice and Evidence”.