About Topics in Stroke Rehabilitation

An interdisciplinary approach to stroke rehabilitation yields better outcomes

Topics in Stroke Rehabilitation is the leading interdisciplinary journal of stroke rehabilitation.

Topics in Stroke Rehabilitation is devoted to the study and dissemination of theoretical and practical information related to the subject of stroke rehabilitation. The journal reviews and reports clinical practices, state-of-the-art concepts, and new developments in stroke patient care and research. Both primary research papers and comprehensive reviews of existing literature are included.

Sharply focused, single-issue topics and the latest in clinical research provide in-depth knowledge

Subscribers have described Topics in Stroke Rehabilitation as a "living textbook" of functional approaches and innovative techniques. Each bimonthly (6X/year) issue focuses on a single key topic as well as the latest in clinical research. The result is an ongoing update service that keeps your knowledge at the leading edge of practice. Check the Access Journal page to see a listing of current and back issues.

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Topics in Stroke Rehabilitation uses the Editorial Manager online manuscript submission system. Click here to submit your manuscript online. A brief registration is required in order to use the Editorial Manager system.  

Subscriptions include online access to the current issue and a full-text archive of previous issues, back to 1997

Articles over 12 months old and all abstracts regardless of publication date are open access. Subscribers also have access to current issues and live reference links via the CrossRef system.

Authoritative, practical information

Editors, Elliot J. Roth  MD, of the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago, and the Northwestern University, Feinberg School of Medicine, works closely with a world-renowned Editorial Board to ensure that Topics in Stroke Rehabilitation delivers the information you need; hands-on guidance from recognized leaders in the field.

Topics in Stroke Rehabilitation is Indexed in Index Medicus and MEDLINE; EMBASE, the Excerpta Medica database; CINAHL, the Cumulative Index of Nursing and Allied Health Literature; Psychological Abstracts; PsycINFO; PsycLIT; and OT Bibsys.


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