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What? Reviews of pertinent books, audiovisual materials and computer software
Where? Journal of Rehabilitation
How? Contact Alan.Davis@sdstate.edu
This is your opportunity to become published. Dr. Parent-Johnson, Editor of the Journal is also a great mentor that will provide the guidance you may need. She can be reached at email@example.com or 605 357-1468. The Journal is looking for reviews 1-4 pages in length and need to include the author’s or authors’ names, publisher, year of publication and list price.
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Dr. Wendy Parent-Johnson of the University of South Dakota, the editor of the Journal of Rehabilitation, the official journal of the National Rehabilitation Association, is disseminating a Call for Submissions for a Special Issue of the journal entitled, “Family Caregiving and Adjustment: A Multicultural Perspective.” Dr. Charles Edmund Degeneffe of San Diego State University, Dr. Eun-Jeong Lee of the Illinois Institute of Technology, and Dr. Gloria K. Lee of Michigan State University will serve as Guest Editors. The special issue of the Journal of Rehabilitation will be published in Spring 2018.
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