Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation strives to improve the health and welfare of persons with chronic illness and disabilities by publishing original, peer-reviewed research in medical rehabilitation and related fields. We rely on our editors’ experience and skill and peer reviewers’ care to ensure that manuscripts are complete, accurate, novel, and report clinically relevant information. An article in this month’s issue of Archives provides guidance on how we can do our jobs better.
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- Abstracts of low back pain trials are poorly reported, contain spin of information, and are inconsistent with the full text: an overview study.Arch Phys Med Rehabil. 2019; 100: 1976-1985
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Published online: June 15, 2019
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