Special Issue of JINS: Rehabilitation Whilst much research has been devoted to the documentation of the cognitive, behavioral and emotional changes associated with acquired brain injuries, relatively less rigorous research has been devoted to their rehabilitation. With its objective of optimizing functioning, rehabilitation supports those with health conditions to maximize recovery from injury, remain as independent as possible, to participate in education, to be economically productive, and fulfil meaningful life roles. Rehabilitation may involve many [...]
In recognition of the multinational membership of INS, the Board of Governors approved a new tiered dues structure for 2018 based on the World Bank classification of Country Income Groups. This structure will better take into account the income diversity among INS members, and encourage membership and involvement in emerging areas of the world. For more information, click HERE.
Special Issue of JINS: Resilience and Wellness after Pediatric Acquired Brain Injury is accepting manuscript submissions. This issue will be published at the beginning of 2019. Click headline for more information.