Volume XIII of the Annual in Therapeutic Recreation includes a variety of topical and research approaches to understanding the preparation, organization, and practice of recreational therapy. This issue covers a diverse group of papers covering a variety of areas of recreational therapy research, practice, and professional preparation. We are pleased, as well, to include research on issues related to professional association participation as membership continues to be a critical issue in ours, as well as most other allied health professions.
The success and quality of the Annual in Therapeutic Recreation is only possible through the effort of a variety of individuals. First, we would like acknowledge our contributors. Their willingness to submit their work for peer review, is a contribution to the body of knowledge or our profession. Without such willing authors, we would not be able to expand our knowledge of recreational therapy. The Co-Editors would also like to express their appreciation for the conscientious and careful work of the Editorial review team. We thank them for their commitment to making the Annual a quality peer-reviewed publication. Finally, we would like to acknowledge the support provided by Indiana University's Department of Recreation and Park Administration.
Youngkhill Lee, Ph.D., CTRS
Bryan P. McCormick, Ph.D., CTRS
Co-Editors, Volume 13 (2004/2005)
ATRA Annual in Therapeutic Recreation
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|Author:||Lee, Youngkhill; McCormick, Bryan P.|
|Publication:||Annual in Therapeutic Recreation|
|Date:||Jan 1, 2004|
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