Official Journal: Brain Injury

Brain Injury is a truly multidisciplinary journal, featuring new, empirical studies, systematic reviews, and in-depth case studies.

About the Journal

Manuscripts cover a full range of highly relevant topics ranging from basic science, to medical care and rehabilitation, and long-term outcome. Uniquely, manuscripts address medical, rehabilitative, pharmacological, and psychosocial aspects of injury including family impact, return to work, and academic functioning.

Emphasizing knowledge translation and evidence-based practice, Brain Injury is relevant to clinical research specialists, practitioners, and basic scientists.

Brain Injury
's intended interdisciplinary audience includes physicians, psychologists and neuropsychologists, allied health professionals, nurses, and basic scientists. Brain Injury is the official journal of the International Brain Injury Association and is published by Informa Healthcare.

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