rehabINK: New Podcast & Updates
Happy New Year! Cued up are these rehabINK happenings - hope you check them out.
rehabINK PODCAST: STREAM EPISODE 1 ANYWHERE
Check out our collab... rehabINK x RSI Speaker Series: Women & Brain Health. Listen, comment, share!
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS – SUMMER 2020 ISSUE 9: ALL TOPICS WELCOME
Submissions due online by Sunday, February 16 @ 11:59pm
"Science skeptics are alive and well," according to 3M's State of Science Survey.
So how are you – in our "post-facts" world – going to communicate your science to non-scientists with impact?
Don't give into the doom and gloom. Make a difference. Gain skills to become a compelling science storyteller by sharing your research stories through rehabINK.
If you want to reach a diverse, international audience with your research, ideas, and projects... if you're interested in getting publishing experience through a double-blinded, peer-review process... if you feel the need to make your work more understandable, relatable, and interesting...
Then we're inviting you: students, researchers, and other stakeholders in the field of rehabilitation science (and beyond) to pitch an article idea!
CALL FOR EDITORS TO JOIN OUR SUMMER 2020 ISSUE
Apply by January 31 @ 11:59pm
Want to work with a great team on a home-grown passion project that reaches readers worldwide?
rehabINK is looking for new members from OT, PT, SLP, and RSI! If you want to hone your writing, editing, podcasting, and knowledge translation skills, please apply. We have a couple positions available and new members are mentored by senior editors. Details are in the application form.
WINTER 2020 ISSUE 8 on TECHNOLOGY: ADAPTING THE FUTURE OF REHABILITATION
We have a stellar issue of 8 articles highlighting novel technology in rehab.
Release date: February 5
We exist to inspire the rehabilitation science community through student-led, research-driven perspectives. Run by graduate students in the Rehabilitation Sciences Institute (University of Toronto), rehabINK is a hybrid of science journalism and academic publishing. We craft captivating stories of rehabilitation science for both the science enthusiast and the casual reader.
If you have questions about the submission process, contact this issue's Managing Editor at email@example.com.
For general inquiries, please email the Editor-in-Chief, Adora Chui, at firstname.lastname@example.org.