Clinical Research and Practice
Issue 4, 2018 of JHTR includes a topical section from researchers with the TBI Model Systems. Articles address family needs, obesity, mortality, the trajectory of community participation and race/ethnicity effects on retention in research. This issue also contains numerous other articles addressing a similarly wide range of topics, including telerehabilitation, TBI among prisoners, general population disability and TBI and mental health treatment utilization among Veterans with TBI. And you will certainly not want to miss this issue's special feature piece, "Toward a Clinical Neuroethics for Brain Injury Practice: An Introduction to a New Special Feature for Ethics in JHTR” by Dr. Joe Fins, our new Special Features Editor for Ethics. His introductory piece is a preview of many great articles to come.
John D. Corrigan, PhD, ABPP
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