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April 2019 - Volume 98 - Issue 4

  • Walter R. Frontera, MD, PhD
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  • Sports Sciences 44/81, Rehabilitation 25/65
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April 2019

Dear AJPM&R Readers,

The invited editorial in this issue of the AJPM&R highlights the reasons why rehabilitation is part of the answer to the dramatic demographic changes reported all over the world.  To address aging and longevity in a positive way we need to emphasize the importance of functioning in all aspects (recreational, occupational, etc.) of daily life.  Rehabilitation is the strategy we need to use to enhance and maximize functioning.  A quick overview of the research articles in this issue support that assertion.  Enjoy!

Walter R. Frontera, MD, PhD, FRCP
Editor-in-Chief

Current Issue Highlights



The Struggle for Evidence in Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine: Publication Rate of Randomized Controlled Trials and Systematic Reviews Is Growing More Than in Other Therapeutic Fields

Negrini, Stefano; Levack, William; Gimigliano, Francesca; More

American Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation. 98(4):258-265, April 2019.

CME Article . 2019 Series . Number 4





Depression Characterization and Race Among Stroke Survivors Receiving Inpatient Rehabilitation

Pugh, Terrence; Hirsch, Mark A.; Nguyen, Vu Q. C.; More

American Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation. 98(4):325-330, April 2019.







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