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2022 Rehabilitation Medicine Society of Australia and New Zealand

2022 Rehabilitation Medicine Society of Australia and New Zealand5th Annual Scientific Meeting Tuesday 7 - Friday 10 June 2022 | Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre, Queensland

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Useful Resource

ACNR (Advances in Clinical Neuroscience & Rehabilitation)

ACNR is a peer reviewed open access neurology journal, based in the UK with international readership, and Editor Todd Hardy in Sydney, Australia. We aim to keep busy practicing neurologists and rehabilitation specialists up-to-date with the latest advances in their fields,  including areas of neurology and neuroscience outside their main area of sub-specialty interest.
The major content of ACNR is short reviews commissioned independently from leading UK and international experts. There is a focus on emerging knowledge about clinical neuroscience, neurology, rehabilitation and therapeutics, as well as evidence-based analysis of neurological practice – often in areas where definitive evidence and consensus is lacking.
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