Aims and Scope

Iranian Rehabilitation Journal aims to provide the readers with a variety of topics, including: original articles, hypothesis formation, editorials, literature reviews, case reports, short communications, special reports, letters to the editor, discussions of public policy issues and book reviews, and methodology articles in the fields of rehabilitation and social welfare, including (but not limited to):

  • Clinical and basic research in various special needs groups
  • Physical, mental and psychosocial rehabilitation
  • Epidemiological studies on disabling conditions
  • Social welfare, Psychiatric Rehabilitation and Mental Health
  • Vocational and socio-medical aspects of rehabilitation

IRJ also welcomes papers focusing on the genetic basis of common disabling disorders across human populations.  Those studies may include (but not limited to):

  • The genetic basis of common single gene and complex disorders.
  • Bioinformatics tools to investigate and to model biological phenomena
  • Novel computational tools and databases
  • Sequence analysis
  • Population analysis
  • Databases and text mining

IRJ welcomes submissions that provide interesting and timely knowledge intersecting between clinical and basic research.  We are particularly interested in papers that answer longstanding questions, open new avenues of research, report unexpected findings, or change the way we think about rehabilitation and social welfare.


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