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Medicine | Aims and Scope: Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation

Aims and Scope: Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation

Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation is an international forum for the publication of peer-reviewed original papers on the rehabilitation of the disabled worker. The journal publishes investigations of clinical and basic research, theoretical formulations, literature reviews, case studies, discussions of public policy issues, and book reviews. Papers, both clinical and theoretical, derive from a broad array of fields - from rehabilitation medicine, physical and occupational therapy, health psychology, orthopedics, neurology, and social work to ergonomics, biomedical and rehabilitation engineering, disability management, and law. As a single multidisciplinary source for information on work disability rehabilitation, Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation contributes to the advancement of the scientific understanding, management, and prevention of work disability.

5 Year Impact Factor: 2.042 (2008)
Section "Rehabilitation": Rank 9 out of 51
Section "Social Issues": Rank 3 out of 32