Friday, September 22, 2023
Thursday, September 7, 2023
JHRS has been indexed in ResearchGate.What is ResearchGate?
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Saturday, September 2, 2023
Wednesday, August 2, 2023
With great pleasure I want to inform you that Journal of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences is indexed in ScienceOpen.
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Tuesday, August 1, 2023
Dear readers, respected authors and reviewers,
Today, August 1, 2023 marks exactly one year since I was appointed Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences. The publisher of the journal is Alma Mater Europaea - ECM from Maribor, Slovenia, and immediately after its establishment, the Macedonian Scientific Society for Autism joined. I must admit that this was a great validation of my previous more than 20 years of efforts as editor-in-chief of the Journal of Special Education and Rehabilitation and Journal for ReAttach Therapy and Developmental Diversities in which I selflessly invested my labor and knowledge in academic publishing. For this first birthday, we prepared a pamphlet for which I thank the editor's assistant Andrea Ivanovska for the technical preparation of it. Web administrator Blagoja Janevski, with whom we work day and night to improve the functionality of the website, update new information, etc., certainly deserves thanks. In the end, the highlighters, Prof. Dr. Ludvik Toplak and Assoc. prof. Sebastjan Kristovič who immediately accepted my idea for this new journal and selflessly invest financial resources from AMEU in the development of this new electronic journal. From the other technical and administrative staff of AMEU I am thankful to Tomaž Klojčnik, Uroš Kugl and Špela Pokeržnik.
The journal by the numbers for one year:
- 15 papers already published,
- 25300 visits to the website,
- Indexed in 20 databases,
- 24 authors,
- 40 reviewers,
- 32 members of the editorial board from 21 countries,
- Papers from USA, Australia, Ireland, Hungary, Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia and Macedonia.
We continue with much passion, love and dedication to build this international magazine. The idea is to be read, quoted, indexed as much as possible and to attract attractive authors from all over the world. If you are interested in seeing our year-long growth, please visit the website at the link above and the magazine's blog. We are inviting you to submit your paper HERE.
May we have a happy first birthday on the eve of the great Macedonian national holiday ILINDEN!
Sunday, July 2, 2023
- Editorial board has great experience in publishing;
- Rapid publication;
- Rapid availability of your document world-wide;
- Studies show, that Open-Access papers are cited more than printed articles;
- Fast and professional peer review. JHRS is run by a team of experienced editors who have previously worked in publishing. The professional editors work closely with academic editors and peer reviewers to provide authors with an efficient, fair, and constructive review process;
- Quick review: The review decision will be made within two months from the date of submission.
- Indexing of your document which can be easily found in library catalogs, OAI archives and search engines on the net.
- Not for profit journal;
- Liberality in terms of language: The journal will not reject a paper merely based on the language. The authors will be guided to improve the manuscript in such case.
- We have no page charges or submission fees, and you have free use of color figures.
- Our mission is to advance excellence in the social sciences and humanities, and our status as a scholarly publisher allows us to focus on making that a reality. We re-invest all surplus back into the global scientific community, providing ongoing support for authors, researchers, and educators in every field of health and rehabilitation sciences, psychology, and related disciplines.
Friday, June 30, 2023
Exploring the Parental Experiences in the Media: A Qualitative Analysis of Articles Written by Parents of Children with Autism in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Wednesday, June 28, 2023
Tuesday, June 27, 2023
Rehabilitation nurses’ knowledge, experiences, and perceptions of the provision of psychological care to stroke patients: Systematic Review
Louise Bennett 2. Department of Nursing and Health Care, School of Health Sciences, South East Technological University (SETU), Cork Road, Waterford City, Ireland, X91 N2FP. 00353-051- 845558 https://orcid.org/0000-0003-0311-2959
Introduction: Depression and/or anxiety is associated with sub-optimal recovery and a reduction in quality of life for patients following a stroke. However, the literature suggests that the psychological needs for patients post stroke are insufficient with poor provision of psychological services.
Aim: To examine HCPs knowledge, experiences, and perceptions of the provision of psychological care to patients post stroke.
Methods: A systematic review referenced to PRISMA guidelines was used. The studies were retrieved from six databases (CINAHL, the Cochrane Library, PubMed, Science Direct, Wiley Online library and Ovid SP). Twelve studies were included in the final analysis.
Results: Findings demonstrate that HCPs have a basic understanding of the psychological/emotional problems associated with stroke. Psychological care was identified as been given a low priority within stroke rehabilitation services and described as inconsistent, uncoordinated, and ad hoc. Barriers to providing psychological care included: poor access to specialist expertise; lack of resources and poor managerial support. Furthermore, the need for specialist supports via case discussion and reflective practice was identified.
Conclusions: This review suggests that improvements in terms of psychological care and services offered to patients post stroke is needed as is the value of support from managers to provide sufficient resources. This review has the potential to assist policymakers to understand the barriers and potential facilitators to psychological care provision to patients post stroke.
Sunday, June 25, 2023
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