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College of Behavioral and Community Sciences


CRMHC associate professor to serve as journal's associate editor

Tammy Gorgensen Smith

Smith has dedicated her career to improving programs and systems that impact the lives of persons with disabilities.

Tammy Jorgensen Smith, PhD, CRC, an associate professor in the Clinical Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling (CRMHC) program, has been invited to serve as an associate editor for Frontiers in Rehabilitation Sciences. In this role, Smith will join a team of top international experts managing the peer review of relevant manuscripts submitted to Work Rehabilitation and contributing to the strategic direction of the section by suggesting and co-leading featured article collections in her area of expertise.

Frontiers in Rehabilitation Sciences publishes rigorously peer-reviewed research in rehabilitation from biological, clinical, and socio-humanistic perspectives with a mission to optimize people's functioning, given demographic and epidemiological trends that point to a future where people live longer, but with more disabilities. The journal combines theoretical approaches and clinical practice with policy implementation to close the gap between research and practice. 

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