We need to get real.
rehabINK’s Summer 2020 Issue does just that. It speaks to our current reality of living during a pandemic, the authentic experiences of grief, the realities of academic productivity, and the very real need for strong advocacy in rehabilitation.
Authors, editors, illustrators, scientists, clinicians, and grad students have collaborated to bring you 10 powerful articles that explore the diversity of rehabilitation. Read, contemplate, and share these stories of rehab science on concussion care in Canada, TTC accessibility, counteracting stigma, caring for caregivers, mental health during COVID-19, and much, much more!
At rehabINK we thrive on challenging ourselves to ponder the past, present, and future realities of rehabilitation research, practice, and advocacy. Join us in this exploration―check out the latest issue of rehabINK.
And please, let us know your thoughts by filling our our 2-minute survey!
For general inquiries, please email the Editor-in-Chief, Adora Chui, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
RELEARN Lab PhD student Lucas Crosby joined rehabINK as a Junior Editor in 2017 to further develop skills in writing, editing, and project collaboration. He has since transitioned into the role of Website Editor and is looking forward to new rehabINK endeavours in 2020.
Click on the People tab to learn more about Lucas and his research.