We are very pleased to be able to report that our journal will be entering its third year of production in 2022! As per our journal focus, the publications in this edition is varied, illustrating the variety of Allied Health roles: from working with children within disability service provision, to mental health and employment, Allied Health roles in aged care and also, in working with adolescents on vocational skills. In addition, the article by Weeks et al. provides an insightful look at the use of clinical audits as methodology which Allied Health practitioners can utilise for describing complex interventions, such as in service provision to children with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
As always, we are proud to present these scholarly works from Allied Health researchers, practitioners and students. We congratulate all the authors on their work that have been showcased in this edition and we welcome future contributions to this journal.
Kobie Boshoff, Helen Banwell, Steve Milanese, Janine Dizon
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The Allied Health Scholar values, supports and wishes to inspire Health Science entry-level researchers such as practitioners and research students to strive for excellence in research, through the publication and dissemination of their research findings. The Journal provides a platform for showcasing of entry-level research both locally and globally.
OPEN for submissions for our next issue in July 2022.
First issue has been published in July 2020.