NeuroRehabilitation Special Issues

 

NeuroRehabilitation (NRE) publishes regular special issues, providing full coverage of topical, clinically relevant, empirical information on neurorehabilitation. This page includes a full list of special issues, and themed issues, that have been published over the years. The listing gives the volume and issue number, followed by the issue title, and any guest editors are listed also. More recently, associated press releases have been dispatched on publication of NRE special issues, and these are also included where possible. All issues are available on the NRE content platform. Some content is openly available; if an issue is entirely open then this is indicated below.

NRE SPECIAL ISSUES

1(1) – Neuropharmacology – Nathan Zasler
1(2) – Family outcome intervention – Jeffrey Kreutzer
1(3) – Traumatic brain injury – Nathan Zasler and Jeffrey Kreutzer
1(4) – Spinal cord injury – Robert G. Frank
2(1) – Substance abuse – Allen W. Heinemann
2(2) – Stroke – Elliot J. Roth
2(3) – Cognitive rehabilitation – Wayne A. Gordon
2(4) – Outcome evaluation – Karyl M. Hall
3(1) – Geriatric rehabilitation – Peter A. Lichtenberg
3(2) – Behavior management practices in rehabilitation settings
3(3) – Pediatric rehabilitation
3(4) – Multiple sclerosis – John DeLuca
4(1) – Vocational rehabilitation – Nathan Zasler and Jeffrey Kreutzer
4(2) – Model systems of care
4(3) – Cognitive rehabilitation therapy – Rick Parente
4(4) – Neurogenic bladder – Todd Linsenrneyer
5(1) – Functional outcomes in rehabilitation – Robert G. Frank and Brick Johnstone
5(2) Behavioral neurology – David S. Geldmacher
5(3) – Agitation in brain injury – Todd R. Rowland
6(1) – Evaluation and care of comatose, vegetative and minimally responsive patients – Joseph Giacino
6(2) – Ethical considerations – John D. Banja
6(3) – Neuro-optometric rehabilitation – William Padula and Stephanie Argyris
7(1) – Medical and legal issues in rehabilitation – Jeffrey Kreutzer
7(2) – Life care planning – Carol Petty Zasler
8(1) – Cognitive rehabilitation – Brick Johnstone and Robert G. Frank
8(2) – Post-poliomyelitis syndrome – Daria A. Trojan
8(3) – Somatoform disorders – Robert W. Teasell and Allan P. Shapiro
9(1) – Current motor control issues in stroke rehabilitation – Kathye E. Light
9(2) – Brain injury in children – Marilyn Lash and Ron Savage
10(1) – The model systems brain injury program – Jeffrey Kreutzer
10(2) – Motor rehabilitation (part 1) – V. Dietz
10(3) – Motor rehabilitation (part 2) – V. Dietz
11(1) – Evaluation of disability – V. Robert May
11(2) – IBIA conference – Nathan Zasler and Jose Leon-Carrion
12(1) – Technology in neurorehabilitation – Michael Rosen
12(2) – Neuro-orthopaedic issues – Nathaniel H. Mayer
14(2) – Chronic neuropathic pain (part 1) – Michael F. Martelli and Nathan Zasler
14(3) – Chronic neuropathic pain (part 2) – Michael F. Martelli and Nathan Zasler
15(2) – Sexuality and neurologic disability – Marcalee Sipski
16(1) – Meeting the challenge of community integration after brain injury: An international perspective – Robert J. Rauch
16(2) – NeuroLaw – Bruce H. Stern
16(3) – Mobility research – Amir Seif-Naraghi
16(4) – Controversies in neuropsychology – Michael F. Martelli and Nathan Zasler
17(1) – Electromedicine in neurorehabilitation – Daniel L. Kirsch
17(2) – DSM-IV and acquired brain injury – Jose Leon-Carrion
17(4) – Evaluation and treatment of neurobehavioral complications of traumatic brain injury: Have we made any progress? – Thomas W. McAllister
18(1) – Cognitive prosthetic systems –Randy Dayle
18(2) – Telerehabilitation – Bruce J. Diamond
19(1) – Aging with a neurodisability: Morbidity and life expectancy issues – Michael J. DeVivo
19(2) – Community Integration following SCI – William O. McKinley and Michelle A. Meade
19(3) – Children and youth with TBI – Marilyn Lash
19(4) – Vegetative state – Gian Luigi Gigli and Nathan Zasler
20(1) – Neurorehabilitation of the multifaceted and complicated neurologic problems associated with lightning and electrical injuries – Michael Cherington
20(3) – Rehabilitation and neurologic repair in Parkinson’s disease – Ronald T. Seel and David X. Cifu
21(2) – Constraint-induced movement therapy – Edward Taub and Gitendra Uswatte
21(4) – Where the rubber hits the road: Successful vocational reintegration for survivors of traumatic brain injury – Dennis J. Magrega
22(1) – Brain injury and the family – Angelle M. Sander
22(3) – Concussion and sports – Barry Willer and John J. Leddy
22(5) – Neurodevelopmental disorders – Jacob A. Neufeld
22(6) – Palliative rehabilitation and Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis: A perfect match – Leo McCluskey
23(1) – Emerging approaches in rehabilitation after brain injury – Lumy Sawaki
23(4) – The benefits and barriers to leisure occupations – Anne Fenech
23(5) – Geriatric neuropsychology – Thomas A. Martin and Shane S. Bush
23(6) – Assessment, treatment and service issues for students with traumatic brain injury – Mary R.T. Kennedy
24(1) – Racial/ethnic disparities in outcomes after central nervous system injury – J.C. Arango-Lasprilla
25(1) – Neurorehabilitation technologies: Present and future possibilities – Thomas Sinkjær and Dejan B. Popović
25(3) – Rehabilitation design – Nathan Zasler
26(1) – Hypoxic-ischemic brain injury – David B. Arciniegas
26(3) – Military traumatic brain injury and blast – David F. Moore and Michael S. Jaffee
27(1) – International perspectives on caregiving – Juan Carlos Arango-Lasprilla andJeffrey Kreutzer
28(1) – Orthotics in neurorehabilitation – Natasha Lanin
28(3) – Assistive technology for people with neurological disability – Tony Gentry
29(2) – Vestibular rehabilitation: Ready for the mainstream – Michael E. Hoffer and Carey D. Balaban
30(1) – Spanish speakers with neurological and psychiatric disabilities: Relevant factors related to rehabilitation – Juan Carlos Arango-Lasprilla
30(3) – Pediatric brain injury and recovery – Peter D. Patrick and Ronald C. Savage
31(1) – Community based rehabilitation after neurologic injury – Stephanie A. Kolakowsky-Hayner
31(3) – Neuroimaging in neurorehabilitation – Elisabeth A. Wilde, Jill V. Hunter andErin D. Bigler
31(4) – The practice of cognitive rehabilitation therapy (press release) – Rick Parente
32(1) –Sexuality after TBI (press release) – Jhon Alexander Moreno, Juan Carlos Arango Lasprilla, Caron Gan, and Michelle McKerral
32(2) – TBI and aging (press release) – Wayne A. Gordon
32(3) – Balance and vestibular function – Brian D. Greenwald and James M. Gurley
32(4) – Neurobehavioural disorders after TBI: Assessment, treatment and outcome (press release) – Rodger Ll. Wood
33(1) – Integrating robot-assisted interventions into standard of care – Hermano Igo Krebs
33(4) – International Conference on Recent Advances in Neurorehabilitation
34(1) – Cognitive rehabilitation therapy – Rick Parente
34(4) – Perspectives on behavior and acquired brain injury – Harvey E. Jacobs
36(1) – ICF and rehabilitation (press release) – Christine Brogardh and Jan Lexell
36(3) – Life care planning and case management in brain injury – Susan Riddick-Grisham
36(4) – The assessment of symptom and performance validity in neurorehabilitation – Shane S. Bush
37(1) – Neurorehabilitation of Parkinson’s disease and ALS – Jau-Shin Lou
37(3) – Assistive technologies for cognition/cognitive support technologies – Marcia J. Scherer and Stefano Federici
37(4) – Commonly used neuropsychological tests for Spanish speakers: Normative data from Latin America, Open Access – Juan Carlos Arango-Lasprilla
38(3) – Relationships following neurological conditions – Giles Yeates
39(1) – Effectiveness of neurorehabilitation treatment for individuals (press release)– Rick Parente
39(3) – Unintentional injury following TBI (press release) – Juliet Haarbauer-Krupa
39(4) – From theory top practice: Engagement in neurorehabilitation –Megan Danzl and Nicole Etter
41(1) – Rehabilitation robotics
41(2) – Neurosexuality: A transdiciplinary approach to sexuality in neurorehabilitation (press release) – Alexander Moreno, Caron Gan, and Nathan D. Zasler
41(3) – Normative data for Spanish-language neuropsychological tests, Open Access – Juan Carlos Arango-Lasprilla and Diego Rivera
42(3) – Managing transitions for students back to educational settings after TBI (press release) – Roberta DePompei and Ann Glang 
43(1) – New concepts in stroke rehabilitation (press release) – Richard Harvey
43(3) – Sleep and sleep disorders following TBI (press release) – David Ripley