May issue of Age and Ageing journal out now

The May 2014 issue of Age and Ageing, the journal of the British Geriatrics Society is out now.43-03Cover

A full table of contents is available here, with editorials, research papers, reviews, short reports, case reports book reviews and more. Hot topics this issue include:

  • Cataract surgery and falls
  • Risk factors for delirium
  • Perceived age discrimination
  • End of life care in nursing homes
  • Cluster randomised trial of telecare and quality of life

The Editor’s Pick can be read here. Please note that this will be the first issue of the journal from our new Editor in Chief Prof David Stott. We were very proud to see out-going Editor, Roger Francis receive the Dhole-Eddleston Prize for services to medical literature at the BGS Spring Meeting.

This issue’s free access papers are:

1 thought on “May issue of Age and Ageing journal out now

  1. Reblogged this on Envejecimiento [en-red] and commented:
    El número de mayo de la revista Age and Ageing de la Asociación Británica de Geriatría aborda entre otros temas: Cirugía de cataratas y caídas, factores de riesgo para el delirio, percepción de discriminación por edad, cuidados en el final de la vida en residencias…
    Incluye los siguientes artículos en acceso abierto:
    How to present statistics in medical journals
    The human immunodeficiency virus and ageing
    Risk factors for incident delirium among older people in acute hospital medical units: a systematic review and meta-analysis
    Job strain in the public sector and hospital in-patient care use in old age: a 28-year prospective follow-up
    Male sex and vascular risk factors affect cystatin C-derived renal function in older people without diabetes or overt vascular disease
    The association between life course socioeconomic position and life satisfaction in different welfare states: European comparative study of individuals in early old age

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