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The Rehabilitation Professional (Rehab Pro) Journal

The Rehabilitation Professional, The Official Journal of the International Association of Rehabilitation Professionals, is known to members simply as RehabPro. Its pages are filled with peer-reviewed research and reports on industry developments. Members look to this authoritative and well-respected publication to maintain a professional edge.

The editor and editorial board welcome submissions for peer review. Research and evidence-based articles are encouraged, as are case studies and real world practice examples. Manuscripts that are double-spaced and adhere to the APA (Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, 6th edition, 2009, www.apastyle.org/) style of professional writing can be sent as an email attachment to Timothy F. Field, PhD, interim editor, Rehabilitation Professional, timfield@elliottfitzpatrick.com. Please consider contributing to this specialty practice by submitting a manuscript.

Any ideas or suggestions for article topics or authors are welcome. Please direct them to the interim editor,  Timothy F. Field, PhD.

Featured Issue: Volume 26 Number 2

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Editorial

(63) Editorial Comments
Timothy F. Field

Articles

(65) Legal Decisions Regarding Work-Life Expectancy in a Personal Injury Analysis: Do Economists and Vocational Experts Have Anything to Offer?
Thomas R. Ireland and Frank L. Slesnick

  • Reaction Papers

    (81) Legal Decisions Regarding Reduced Post-Injury Work-Life in a Personal Injury Analysis: An Initial Reaction

    John F. Berg

    (85) Legal Decisions Regarding Work-Life Expectancy: A Response

    David D. Jones

    (89) Legal Decisions Regarding Reduced Post-Injury Work-Life in a Personal Injury Analysis: A Vocational Perspective

    Jacquelyn A. Vega Velez

    (95) A Response to Berg, Jones, and Velez

    Thomas R. Ireland and Frank L. Slesnick

(101) Off Task and Lost Work Productivity: Why, How Much, and Implications for Vocational Expert Testimony
Irmo Marini, Bernard Preston, Rigel M. Pinon, and Danielle Antol

(109) Letter to the Editor
Robert Dorney

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