The Rehabilitation Journal (TRJ) is an international multidisciplinary peer-review open access journal which focuses on the original publication of research into functioning, disability and contextual factors experienced by persons of all ages in both developed and developing societies. The aim of TRJ is to publish articles about all aspects of Medical Rehabilitation and to promote excellence in education, scientific research, clinical practice, health policy, and administration. TRJ issue biannually and welcomes manuscripts from all over the world in the field of Medical Rehabilitation but not limited to;
- Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation
- Neurological Rehabilitation
- Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation
- Sports Rehabilitation
- Psychosocial Rehabilitation
- Speech and Language Rehabilitation
- Hearing Sciences
- Community Based Rehabilitation
The overall goal of TRJ is to enhance the interrelationship of practice, original pre-clinical and clinical medical research, reviews, preliminary and pilot studies, with every article accepted by peer review given a full technical edit to make all papers highly accessible to the international medical community for the ultimate benefit of the patient and the field.
Scope of TRJ
The Rehabilitation Journal (TRJ) is interdisciplinary forum for the publication original articles that report on important trends and developments in wider fields of physical medicine and rehabilitation The prosperity of information offered makes the TRJ journal a valuable resource for researchers, clinical practitioners, and supervisors in such fields as rehabilitation medicine, Speech/language and hearing sciences, social and occupational rehabilitation, special education, social work and psychology, psychiatry assistive technology and environmental factors/disability. The journal strives to provide its readers with a variety of topics, including: clinical studies those inculcated with functional assessment and intervention studies, in various patient groups.
The Rehabilitation Journal (TRJ) is currently indexed in “Google Scholar”. TRJ is also in process of indexing in some reputable databases.