Issue 3 contains the usual wide variety of manuscripts addressing multiple subpopulations and critical issues in assessment and treatment. Additionally, I would like to draw your attention to the Commentary by Jennifer Dawson and colleagues that raises important questions about how we are handling recommendations for driving after concussion, particularly the paucity of evidence for informing this guidance. We also have a Special Communication from Peter Bragge and colleagues that describes a report produced by Connectivity Australia evaluating how community organizations are engaged in promoting long-term quality of life for persons living with brain injury. Three key elements they identified address how community health and social service providers can be more effectively engaged with, and for, this population.
John D. Corrigan, PhD,
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