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The research process from ideas to implementation

Published:September 01, 2015DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jht.2015.08.001
      In reviewing this final issue of this year, I started to reflect on the nature of the research process that ideally goes from bench to bedside. As a clinical journal, the Journal of Hand Therapy endeavors to provide high quality research that advances the scientific foundations and clinical practice of upper extremity rehabilitation that characterize the unique discipline of hand therapy. While clinical relevance is an important part of the decision-making about selection of articles for publication, we also acknowledge the importance of the entire research spectrum.
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