Rehabilitation Nursing journal features in-depth articles on current practice issues, research and its implications, editorial features, and news about products and services for individuals with disabilities or chronic illness.
Aims and Scope
Rehabilitation Nursing is a refereed, award-winning publication and is the official journal of the Association of Rehabilitation Nurses. Its purpose is to provide rehabilitation professionals with high-quality articles with a primary focus on rehabilitation nursing. Topics range from administration and research to education and clinical topics, and nursing perspectives, with continuing education opportunities in every issue.
Articles range from administration and research to education and clinical topics; nursing perspectives, resource reviews, and product information; and continuing education opportunities in every issue.
6,800 Rehabilitation Nursing professionals read the journal in print. Rehabilitation Nurses are licensed in the state in which they provide care. Rehabilitation Nurses are an integral part of the rehabilitation healthcare team and provide care to the patient as well as to the families as they learn to be caregivers.
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