The Journal of Humanities in Rehabilitation (JHR) is excited to launch its Ambassador Program for graduate students. The JHR strives to raise the consciousness and advance the intellect on humanism in rehabilitation through an interdisciplinary approach. Our mission is to encourage dialogue among rehabilitation professionals, patients, families and caregivers that describe the human condition as it experiences the impact of illness or disability. We hope to highlight and illustrate the special relationship between the patient and rehabilitation provider, as well as provide a venue for scholarly discourse on topics that focus on rehabilitation from the uniquely human perspective that patients and providers share. To that end, we invite graduate students from all disciplines to take part of the Ambassador Program in order to start these important conversations at their university and further the mission of the journal.
An Ambassador will be both a representative of their respective university and the journal. The following is expected from JHR Student Ambassadors:
This role is ideal for someone who:
For graduate students interested in applying to be an Ambassador for The Journal of Humanities in Rehabilitation at their respective Universities, please fill out the PDF form attached and email to Dr. Sarah Blanton at jhrsubmissions [at] listserv [dot] cc [dot] emory [dot] edu.
For any questions, please direct them to the current Graduate Editorial Associate [at] jhr [dot] grad [dot] gmail [dot] com.