Partnering with business to re-imagine humanism in rehabilitation
JHR has adopted an innovative publishing model proving our content at no cost to both subscribers and authors. This unique approach allows accessibility internationally and across scholarly disciplines while also enabling us to connect more fully with the individuals and families we serve as rehabilitation professionals. We are grateful for the generous support of our corporate sponsors that support our sustainability and help extend the outreach of the journal. We seek to partner with businesses who adopt a corporate mission to foster humanism and have a broad vision of their role in societal well-being.
JHR primary sponsorship is from Emory University Division of Physical Therapy (https://www.emorydpt.org/) and Emory University Center for Digital Scholarship http://digitalscholarship.emory.edu/.
NRRTS | National Registry of Rehabilitation Technology Suppliers
“I think every equipment business leader, healthcare administrator and insurance provider should have a copy of JHR on their desk . Humanities are so important to remind us who we are and why we do what we do.”
Weesie Walker, ATP/SMS
Giving to JHR helps to support critical operating costs, which include copy editing, IT/web development and maintenance, and graduate assistants on JHR editorial staff.
Additional support will:
- allow development of innovative digital projects
- support creation of interdisciplinary graduate assistantships in digital health humanities
- fund scholarship programs to engage rehabilitation-related visual and performing artists
- facilitate involvement of community and patient/caregiver advisory councils
- support teaching and research missions of the journal
- expand domains of expertise in humanities scholarly work
- invest in engaging technology in pedagogy and research
- foster awareness of the integration of humanities into rehabilitation care.
Both in-kind and cash donations are welcomed by the JHR. When donating you are welcome to indicate how you want your donation to be used (e.g. IT/web development), including being put towards new initiatives, programming or scholarships.