What is 4PM&R

4PM&R stands for 4Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation. 4PM&R is a free email service that gives you an overview of the latest published articles in six leading journals in the field of physical and rehabilitation medicine. The editors decided to go with six instead of four journals in order to satisfy as many different specialized rehabilitation doctors as possible and to provide a sufficiently broad overview. The choice of journals was based on a questionnaire showing the most frequently read journals by rehabilitation doctors. The monthly issue contains Archives of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation (monthly), Clinical Rehabilitation (monthly), Pain (even months), Prosthetics and Orthotics International (even months), Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair (odd months), and Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology (odd months). It's easy to do and knowledge is for everyone, so sign up now.

/Arch%20Phys%20Med%20Rehabil
Impact factor 2.697 (2019)
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation is the official peer-reviewed journal of the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine. It covers the whole field of rehabilitation medicine, has the highest Eigenfactor Score in the field and is the most highly cited journal in the Rehabilitation category of the Thomson Reuters Journal Citation Reports. It is published monthly by Elsevier.
/Clin%20Rehabil
Impact factor 2.738 (2019)
Clinical Rehabilitation is a highly ranked, peer-reviewed journal covering the whole field of rehabilitation. It is the official journal of the British Society of Rehabilitation Medicine and of the Netherlands Society of Rehabilitation and Physical Medicine. It is focused on articles describing effectiveness of therapeutic interventions and evaluation of new techniques and methods. It is published monthly by SAGE journals.
/Pain
Impact factor 6.029 (2019)
Pain is the official peer-reviewed journal of the International Association for the Study of Pain. It is the leading journal devoted to pain medicine and research and is highly popular with pain rehabilitation doctors. It is published monthly by Wolters Kluwer.
/Neurorehabil%20Neural%20Repair
Impact factor 3.757 (2019)
Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair is a highly ranked, peer-reviewed journal and the official journal of the American Society of Neurorehabilitation, published in association with the World Federation for NeuroRehabilitation. It is unique in its focus on the functional recovery from a wide range of neurological conditions and long term neurologic care. It is published monthly by SAGE journals.
/Dev%20Med%20Child%20Neurol
Impact factor 3.532 (2019)
Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology is a highly ranked peer-reviewed journal and one of the leading journals in the field of paediatrics. It is the official journal of the American Academy for Cerebral Palsy and Developmental Medicine, Australasian Academy of Cerebral Palsy and Developmental Medicine, British Academy of Childhood Disability, British Paediatric Neurology Association, European Academy of Childhood Disability, and Mexican Academy for Cerebral Palsy and Neurodevelopmental Disorders. It is highly popular with child rehabilitation doctors. It is published monthly by Wiley-Blackwell.
/Prosthet%20Orthot%20Int
Impact factor 1.363 (2019)
Prosthetics and Orthotics International is the official peer-reviewed journal of the International Society for Prosthetics and Orthotics. It offers papers in the field of orthopedics, focused on prosthetics, orthotics and rehabilitation engineering and their related topics. Therefore it could not be missed in the list of 4PM&R. It is published six times a year by SAGE journals.

Editorial Team 4PM&R

/W.%20Vints<sup>%20MD</sup>
W. Vints MD
W. Vints is Editor in Chief of PM&R. He works as a resident in Rehabilitation Medicine at Adelante Zorggroep, a rehabilitation centre in the South-East of the Netherlands.
/Z.%20van%20Mechelen<sup>%20MD</sup>
Z. van Mechelen MD
Z. van Mechelen is Editor of PM&R. She works as a specialist in Rehabilitation Medicine at Adelante Zorggroep, a rehabilitation centre in the South-East of the Netherlands.
/M.%20Sopacua<sup>%20MD</sup>
M. Sopacua MD
M. Sopacua is Editor of PM&R. He works as a resident in Rehabilitation Medicine at Adelante Zorggroep, a rehabilitation centre in the South-East of the Netherlands.
/E.%20Lefferts<sup>%20MD,%20MSc</sup>
E. Lefferts MD, MSc
E. Lefferts is Editor of PM&R. She works as a resident in Rehabilitation Medicine at Adelante Zorggroep, a rehabilitation centre in the South-East of the Netherlands.
/P.%20Heuts<sup>%20MD,%20PhD</sup>
P. Heuts MD, PhD
P. Heuts is Editor of PM&R. He works as a specialist in Rehabilitation Medicine at RAP, a rehabilitation centre in the South-East of the Netherlands.
/R.%20Riksen<sup>%20MD</sup>
R. Riksen MD
R. Riksen is Editor of PM&R. He works as a specialist in Rehabilitation Medicine at RAP, a rehabilitation centre in the South-East of the Netherlands.
/A.%20Vollebregt<sup>%20MD</sup>
A. Vollebregt MD
A. Vollebregt is Editor of PM&R. She works as a resident in Rehabilitation Medicine at Adelante Zorggroep, a rehabilitation centre in the South-East of the Netherlands.
/H.%20Prins<sup>%20MD</sup>
H. Prins MD
H. Prins is Editor of PM&R. He works as a resident in Rehabilitation Medicine at Adelante Zorggroep, a rehabilitation centre in the South-East of the Netherlands.
/W.%20Bakx<sup>%20MD</sup>
W. Bakx MD
W. Bakx is Editor of PM&R. He works as a specialist in Rehabilitation Medicine at Adelante Zorggroep, a rehabilitation centre in the South-East of the Netherlands.

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