Collections

  • Collection |

    Climate change is the future of the earth. This collection brings attention to how persons with disabilities related to SCI are impacted now and what to expect in the future from disasters and daily changes related to the climate.

  • Spotlight |

    I am happy to present the Africa Collection, a special collection of papers particularly pertaining to the care of persons with SCIs in Africa. As a diverse and very populated continent, Africa has unique challenges in caring for people with SCIs. The diversity of cultures, climate and socioeconomic status in Africa can make development of systems to care for persons with SCIs difficult and new and innovative methods of treatment are necessary. To aid in the care of persons with SCI, we present the Africa collection. Regardless of what country you live in, we hope you will read this collection and learn about the status of people with SCI in Africa. We believe these papers will stimulate ideas, new treatments and new research to help care for all people with SCIs.

  • Collection |

    COVID-19 has quickly ensconced the world and has a major effect on SCI. This collections brings you the most comprehensive information on the impact of COVID-19 from providers caring for persons with disabilities related to SCI.

  • Collection |

    See what scientists world-wide have been reading and sharing. In this Web Collection we highlight a selection of articles from 2018 and 2019 which top the list of the journal's most read and most shared (including press coverage, blogs and Twitter). They showcase the breadth of scope and coverage that Spinal Cord Series and Cases: Clinical Management in Spinal Cord Disorders consistently delivers to its readers

    Image: ‘Strength with Grace’ (La forza con la grazia) statue created by John Ditunno
  • Collection |

    The Editor-in-Chief of Spinal Cord Series and Cases is delighted to share with you an Editor's Choice selection of key papers that highlight some of the best current research published in the journal. These papers showcase the breadth of scope and coverage that Spinal Cord Series and Cases consistently delivers to its readers, and have been selected because readers of the journal will find them particularly interesting or useful.

  • Collection |

    Through this collection we aim to shed light on diverse and stimulating topics that arise in the field. Each Point Counter Point consists of three papers - an Overview, For, Against - and these papers aim to discuss controversies in management in spinal cord injury.

  • Spotlight |

    Spinal Cord Series and Cases brings you The India Collection, a special collection of papers particularly pertaining to the care of persons with SCIs in India.

  • Collection |

    See what scientists world-wide have been reading and sharing. In this Web Collection we highlight a selection of articles from 2017 and 2018 which top the list of the journal's most read and most shared (including press coverage, blogs and Twitter). They showcase the breadth of scope and coverage that Spinal Cord Series and Cases: Clinical Management in Spinal Cord Disorders consistently delivers to its readers.

    Image: ‘Strength with Grace’ (La forza con la grazia) statue created by John Ditunno
  • Collection |

    We are pleased to bring to you a collection of papers related to the autonomic concerns of persons with Spinal Cord Injury. The recovery of autonomic function has tended to be overlooked with the focus instead being on the recovery of motor and sensory function after Spinal Cord Injury. However, it is important, as emphasized via the publication International Standards for the Recovery of Autonomic Function, that these are also considered when treating persons with Spinal Cord Injury. Through this collection of papers, accompanied by an Editorial from Spinal Cord Series and Cases' Editor-in-Chief, Marcalee Alexander, we hope to highlight the use of various components of the standards and nuances of utilizing them.

  • Collection |

    The purpose of the International Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) Data Sets is to facilitate comparisons of injuries and outcomes between patients, centers, and countries. In order to promote the sharing and combining of data between both clinicians and researchers, articles published in the journal relating to these data sets may be downloaded for free.

  • Supplement |

    A collection of online only Case Reports Supplements published in 2014 and 2015. These are International Spinal Cord Society (ISCOS) endorsed and sponsored publications.