Viktor Frankl described the “will to meaning” as a natural human tendency to search for meaning in life. This commentary briefly describes meaning in life and the process through which it may contribute to clinical health and rehabilitation.
Mary Boulos & Conor Sheridan
Where does creativity fit in the field of rehabilitation science? The rehabINK team and illustrators in the Biomedical Communications Program at the University of Toronto have partnered to share their thoughts.
Introducing Issue 6 (Winter 2019) of rehabINK!
Research recruitment can be a lot like dating: there are many participants and studies in the sea, but it can be hard to find the perfect match. This article discusses some of the common challenges faced by researchers when recruiting study participants in the field of rehabilitation and introduces social media as a novel, viable platform for recruitment.
Ever imagine making hit music like Pharrell, painting like Georgia O’Keefe, or inventing like Blaise Pascal? For some people, artistic and creative worlds were opened to them after their brain injury. Extraordinary phenomena like these challenge our understanding of how the brain works―and has unexpected implications for the science and practice of rehabilitation.