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Bibliografia dell'articolo
Accrescere la fiducia del paziente nella terapia e nel trattamento riabilitativo
pubblicato nel Marzo - Aprile 2017 nella rivista Il Fisioterapista - fascicolo n.2


  1. Capaldo G. La relazione con il paziente: dal to cure al to care. Scienza Riabilitativa 2007; 8(3): 5-12.
  2. Hollender MH. The psychology of medical practice. Philadelphia: Saunders Co.,1958.
  3. Gyllensten AL, Gard G, Salford E, Ekdahl C. Interaction between patient and physiotherapist: a qualitative study reflecting the physiotherapist’s perspective. Physiother Res Int 1999; 4(2): 89-109.
  4. O’Keeffe M, Cullinane P, Hurley J, et al. What influences patient-therapist interactions in musculoskeletal physical therapy? Qualitative systematic review and meta-synthesis. Phys Ther 2016; 96(5): 609-22.
  5. Arnetz JE, Almin I, Bergström K, Franzen Y, Nilsson H. Active patient involvement in the establishment of physical therapy goals: effects on treatment outcome and quality of care. Advances in Physiotherapy 2004; 6(2): 50-69.
  6. Young CA, Manmathan GP, Ward JC. Perceptions of goal setting in a neurological rehabilitation unit: a qualitative study of patients, carers and staff. J Rehabil Med 2008; 40(3): 190-4.
  7. Leach E, Cornwell P, Fleming J, Haines T. Patient centered goal-setting in a subacute rehabilitation setting. Disability and rehabilitation 2010; 32(2): 159-72.
  8. Rosewilliam S, Roskell CA, Pandyan AD. A systematic review and synthesis of the quantitative and qualitative evidence behind patient-centred goal setting in stroke rehabilitation. Clin Rehabil 2011; 25(6): 501-14.
  9. Schoeb V, Burge E. Perceptions of patients and physiotherapists on patient participation: a narrative synthesis of qualitative studies. Physiother Res Int 2011; 17(2): 80-91.
  10. Baker SM, Marshak HH, Rice GT, Zimmerman GJ. Patient participation in physical therapy goal setting. Phys Ther 2001; 81(5):
  11. Parry RH. Communication during goal-setting in physiotherapy treatment sessions. Clin Rehabil 2004; 18(6): 668-82.
  12. Barnard Ra, Cruice Mn, Playford ED. Strategies used in the pursuit of achievability during goal setting in rehabilitation. Qual Health Res 2010; 20(2): 239-50.
  13. Hazard RG, Spratt KF, Mcdonough CM, et al. The impact of personal functional goal achievement on patient satisfaction with progress one year following completion of a functional restoration program for chronic disabling spinal disorders. Spine (Phila Pa 1976) 2009; 34(25): 2797-802.
  14. Stevens A, Beurskens A, Köke A, Van Der Weijden T. The use of patient-specific measurement instruments in the process of goal-setting: a systematic review of available instruments and their feasibility. Clin Rehabil 2013; 27(11): 1005-19.
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  17. Stevens A, Moser A, Köke A, Van Der Weijden T, Beurskens A. The patient’s perspective of the feasibility of a patient-specific instrument in physiotherapy goal setting: a qualitative study. Patient Prefer Adherence 2016; 10: 425-34.
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