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Special Brain Injury Supplement

The editors of Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation have announced a special supplement to the December issue, highlighting traumatic brain injury (TBI).

Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation is the official journal of the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine and the American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.

The supplemental issue is entitled, “Special Issue on Traumatic Brain Injury from the Toronto Rehabilitation Institute TBI Recovery Study: Patterns, Predictors, and Mechanisms for Recovery, Plus New Directions for Treatment Research,”.

This peer-reviewed supplement of Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation comprises a series of studies on traumatic brain injury conducted in the Cognitive Neurorehabilitation Sciences Lab at the Toronto Rehabilitation Institute and the Department of Medical Imaging at the Toronto Western Hospital. These papers are intended to offer novel insights into the clinical impact of brain injury and into mechanisms of recovery, with the aim of encouraging new directions for treatment research based on the root causes of behavioral and brain dysfunction.



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