JHTR Issue 4 contains 13 empirical
studies. As is typical of an issue composed entirely of unsolicited
manuscripts, there is a substantial variety of topics, cohorts and methods.
However, as we battle the COVID-19 outbreak internationally, delivering
services via telehealth and using remote means of sustaining social contacts
have become routine. It is appropriate that our first two articles
address these issues, though both were conducted in pre-pandemic times.
Rietdijk and colleagues from the University of Sydney report on a clinical
trial comparing in-person versus telehealth delivery of a skills training
group. Ketchum and colleagues from the TBI Model Systems report an
observational study examining the relationship between social media use and
in-person social participation. Enjoy this issue. We hope you are staying
safe and healthy.
John D. Corrigan, PhD,
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