This second issue of 2014 contains a trio of papers providing international perspectives on aspects of a problem commonly encountered in brain injury rehabilitation – impaired self-awareness. In addition, readers will find papers on a broad spectrum of topics including motor and ambulatory dysfunction; assessment of executive function and aggressive behavior; impact of environmental obstacles on community re-entry; prediction of outcome after mild TBI; and driving. These studies encompass the entire spectrum of levels of brain injury severity and a wide range of times since injury. Members of every specialty should find information to inform the care they provide – the fundamental aim of JHTR.
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