• Lilla Hárdi Medical Director of the Cordelia Foundation for the Rehabilitation of Torture Victims




community, torture survivors, forensic issues, forced migrants


"It has been a pleasure assisting in the progressive process of the Torture Journal with so many valuable articles on several research areas from authors with exceptional knowledge on the rehabilitation work of torture survivors. It was heartening to see how authors collaborate and engage with the editorial and peer review process, that can often be critical of their work. As this is my last editorial, I have to say good-bye as the Editor in Chief, but wish the new incumbent all the best for the continuing development of the Torture Journal"

Lilla Hárdi, MD, Editor in Chief


1. Jaranson JM, Quiroga J. Evaluating the services of torture rehabilitation programmes: History and Recommendations. Torture. 2011;21; and, Montgomery E, Patel N. Torture rehabilitation: Reflections on treatment outcome studies. Torture. 2011;21(2):141-5.
2. Palic S, Lind Kappel M, Stougaard Nielsen M, Carlsson J, Bech P. Comparison of psychiatric disability on the health of nation outcome scales (HoNOS) in resettled tramatized refugee outpatients and Danish inpatients. BMC Psychiatry. 2014;14:330.
3. e.g. Statement on virginity testing. Torture. 2015;25(1):62-68; and, Statement on access to relevant medical and other health records and relevant legal records for forensic medical evaluations of alleged torture and other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment. Torture. 2011;Sup(1):39-48.




How to Cite

Hárdi, L. (2018). Editorial. Torture Journal, 26(2), 2. https://doi.org/10.7146/torture.v26i2.108066