Journal of Cybertherapy and Rehabilitation

A peer-review, indexed, scientific academic journal

ISSN: 1784-9934 - Indexed by PsycInfo

JCR explores the uses of advanced technologies for therapy, training, education, prevention, and rehabilitation.

The Journal of CyberTherapy and Rehabilitation (JCR - ISSN  1784-9983) is one of the official journals of the International Association of CyberPsychology, Training, and Rehabilitation (iACToR).


Published quarterly, the Journal of CyberTherapy and Rehabilitation (JCR), is unique among academic journals in that it focuses on the rapidly expanding worldwide trend of moving toward technological applications in healthcare.

 

At JCR, our main areas of interest include, but are not limited to, psychiatry, psychology, physical medicine and rehabilitation, neurology, occupational therapy, physical therapy, cognitive rehabilitation, neurorehabilitation, oncology, obesity, eating disorders, and autism, among many others.


An exciting body of research regarding the utilization of advanced technologies in healthcare has emerged over the past decade, revealing the continuous advances and discoveries made by over 450 investigators to help patients with both mental and physical disorders. Advanced technologies—such as virtual reality (VR), robotics, non-invasive physiological monitoring, E-health, and adaptive displays—are now being applied to several areas of healthcare.

 

The Journal of CyberTherapy and Rehabilitation (JCR - ISSN: 1554-8716) is published quarterly by the Virtual Reality Medical Institute (VRMI) - a Belgium SME that uses advanced technologies such as virtual reality and telehealth to improve the quality and availability of healthcare for people around the globe - in cooperation with Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, hosting and maintaining this web site.

 

 

The Association

iACToR is an international non-profit association designed to promote Virtual Reality and other advanced technologies as adjuncts to more traditional forms of therapy, education, and rehabilitation.

Our mission is to bring together top researchers, policy makers, funders, decision-makers and clinicians, pooling collective knowledge to improve the quality, affordability, and availability of existing healthcare.

Ultimately, through international collaboration with the most eminent experts in the field, we are working to overcome obstacles and increase access to top-quality healthcare for all citizens. By enhancing public awareness of the possibilities that technology offers, we move toward changing and improving healthcare as it currently exists.
Key Issues:

* Shared operating standards/platforms;
* Improved access to healthcare treatment for all citizens;
* Advanced interactive training and education for healthcare professionals;
* Enhance existing behavioral healthcare treatments through the addition of advanced technologies;
* Move healthcare and health promotion/disease prevention to the individual level, providing all citizens the opportunity to become active participants in their own healthcare.

The association has three different scientific journals: