Below is a list of the POSTERS only. Datablitz posters are listed further down and in the programme itself.

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Opening Address

OPENING ADDRESS

Barbara-Wilson-cvent
 
Professor Barbara A. Wilson (UK) is giving the Keynote Address entitled

Is it time to move on from SMART goals?
Wilson, Barbara A. 1
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The Oliver Zangwill Centre and The Raphael Hospital

This talk begins by describing reasons why a goal setting approach is important in neuropsychological rehabilitation. It then addresses SMART goals which many therapists and psychologists have been taught to follow for a number of years. These are goals which are Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic and in a Timeframe. A recent discussion with ex-clients/patients attending a rehabilitation centre, however, concluded that SMART goals might be too controlling. These previous clients believed that their goals should be freer in order to develop more confidence, greater feelings of safety and a more hopeful outlook to the future. These were the goals they valued and they felt that the SMART goals were too restrictive. 

We consider a new approach to goal setting as suggested in an acronym devised by McPherson and her colleagues (2017), and ask whether subsequent changes in activity will ever replace SMART. The talk concludes with the view that at times SMART goals need to be challenged.
Correspondence: Barbara A. Wilson; barbara.wilson00@gmail.com

Reference: McPherson, K.M., Kayes, N.M., & Kersten, P. (2017). MEANING as a smarter approach to goals in rehabilitation. In R.J. Siegert & W.M.M Levack (Eds.) (2017)Rehabilitation Goal Setting: Theory, Practice and Evidence (pp.105-119). Boca Raton Fl: CRC Press.

 


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