Senior Lecturer in Rehabilitation, Rehabilitation Teaching and Research Unit, University of Otago, Wellington, New Zealand
William is a physiotherapist who has worked in a variety of hospital and community settings, from intensive care through to slow stream residential rehabilitation. His clinical interests are diverse, but his research tends to focus on rehabilitation for people with neurological or chronic respiratory conditions. His PhD, which he completed in 2008, investigated the application of goal planning to the practice of clinical rehabilitation. In 2014, he authored and edited a textbook entitled: “Rehabilitation Goal Setting: Theory, Practice and Evidence” with colleague, Professor Richard Siegert. William is also Treasurer for the New Zealand Rehabilitation Association: www.rehabilitation.org.nz.
REHB 713 Goal Setting and the Therapeutic Relationship
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