Editor's comment.In our second issue as editors of the Journal of Rehabilitation rehabilitation: see physical therapy. we would like to take an opportunity to discuss several changes that will be made to the Journal. The changes are designed to strengthen the professional image of the Journal, improve the manuscript manuscript, a handwritten work as distinguished from printing. The oldest manuscripts, those found in Egyptian tombs, were written on papyrus; the earliest dates from c.3500 B.C. review process, and promote discussion about articles that have been published in the Journal or issues that are facing the field of rehabilitation. We also feel that by making these changes we will be able to continue to publish high quality articles that address current issues that are directly relevant to rehabilitation practitioners, researchers, and policy makers.
First, we will change the layout
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Second, the Editors comments will focus on a discussion of an issue that is relevant to rehabilitation practitioners, researchers, and policy makers. As editors we will take this opportunity to provide a brief but thoughtful discussion of issues or topics that we feel are important to the field of rehabilitation. We are also looking for Looking for
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Finally, due to the high volume of submissions we are in need of more editorial reviewers. To meet this demand we are creating a consultant reviewer re·view·er
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Noun 1. status to help the Journal provide comprehensive reviews for each manuscript. For those of you who are interested in becoming consultant reviewers for the Journal please send us a copy of your curriculum vita and a sample article. We will be glad to review the materials and add you to our list of consultant reviewers. It is our hope that a good pool of editorial consultants will provide expanded knowledge and diversity to our editorial review process and prepare individuals to become full editorial board members when the opportunity presents itself.
As editors we are excited about the changes to the Journal and look forward to future editions. We welcome your feedback and hope you find the Journal a helpful resource to your professional development and growth.