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May/June 2019 - Volume 34 - Issue 3

  • John D. Corrigan, PhD, ABPP
    Electronic Editor:
    Nazanin Bahraini, PhD
    Senior Editor:
    Bruce Caplan, PhD, ABPP
    Associate Editors:
    Jennifer Bogner, PhD, ABPP
    Lisa A. Brenner, PhD, ABPP
    James Malec, PhD, ABPP
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  • 1550-509X
  • 6 issues / year
  • Rehabilitation 6/65
    Clinical Neurology 61/197
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The 3rd issue of 2019 features the VA Polytrauma Transitional Rehabilitation Programs by Topical Issue Editors Micaela Cornis-Pop and Joel Scholten. Articles in the issue address a broad range of issues encountered in the post-acute phase, many of which are confronted in civilian settings as well. Among unsolicited manuscripts you may want to take time to consider a couple of manuscripts with intriguing implications:  "A Cerebrovascular Hypothesis of Neurodegeneration in mTBI” by Danielle Sullivan or "Comprehension of Legal Language by Adults With and Without Traumatic Brain Injury” by Joseph Wszalek & Lyn Turkstra. Finally, be sure to take a look at the Ethics Special Feature by Melissa Armstrong.

 

John D. Corrigan, PhD, ABPP

Editor-in-Chief​


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Postdeployment Polytrauma Diagnoses Among Soldiers and Veterans Using the Veterans Health Affairs Polytrauma System of Care and Receipt of Opioids, Nonpharmacologic, and Mental Health Treatments

Adams, Rachel Sayko; Larson, Mary Jo; Meerwijk, Esther L.; More

The Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation. 34(3):167-175, May/June 2019.

 

• TBI QOL Measurement System
• Multidisciplinary Concussion Clinics