Journal of Neuroengineering and Rehabilitation recently published a series of articles on ‘Recent trends in robot-assisted therapy environments to improve real-life functional performance after stroke‘.
The series, guest-edited by Dr Michelle Johnson, consists of nine articles focusing on new developments in neuro-rehabilitation after stroke to improve the effectiveness of robot-assisted stroke rehabilitation. The series is introduced by a commentary from Dr Johnson and all articles in this series can be viewed on the journal’s website.
As this series of articles demonstrates, advances in neuroscience and biomedical engineering are generating new techniques, with tremendous impact in the field of physical medicine & rehabilitation. Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation aims to publish research that results from the intersection of these three fields, providing a forum for researchers and clinicians interested in understanding the way neuroscience and biomedical engineering are continuing to reshape physical medicine & rehabilitation. More information is available from the journal’s website.
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