This digital magazine is an informal, academically driven publication. As a student-led initiative, rehabINK was created by a group of talented and passionate graduate students studying in the Rehabilitation Sciences Institute at the University of Toronto (est. September 2015). All submissions are peer-reviewed by the student-led editorial team prior to publication.

Vision: A world of rehabilitation research, practice, and advocacy

Mission: To inspire the rehabilitation science community through student-led, research-driven perspectives

Purpose & Objectives:

  • Develop student thinking, writing, and knowledge translation for a diverse audience

  • Provide a platform for interdisciplinary dialogue on disability and rights

  • Highlight Canadian rehabilitation research and innovation