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Journal of Rehabilitation Research and Development

Title Abbreviation
J Rehabil Res Dev
Electronic ISSN
Bioengineers, Biomedical Engineering Technologist, Biomedical Researchers, Clinicians, Exercise Physiologists, Gerontologists, Health Scientists, Internists, Interventionalists, Neurologists, Neuroscientists, Orthopedic Surgeons, Orthopedists, Osteopathic Physicians, Osteopathic Surgeons, Outcomes Manager, Pain Specialists, Physiatrists, Physicians, Physicians - Medicine, Physiotherapists, Rehabilitation Therapists, Researchers
We publish cutting-edge research and disseminate biomedical and engineering advances that enhance the quality and relevance of Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) rehabilitation research. Priority areas are prosthetics, amputations, orthotics, and orthopedics; spinal cord injury and other neurological disorders (with particular interest in traumatic brain injury, multiple sclerosis, and restorative therapies); communication, sensory, and cognitive aids; geriatric rehabilitation; and functional outcomes research.
Sponsoring Association(s)
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
Publisher Name
Rehabilitation Research & Development Service
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