The May 2016 issue of Age and Ageing, the journal of the British Geriatrics Society is out now.
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:
- Electronic frailty index
- Exercise to reduce fear of falling
- Involving care home residents in research
- Patient knowledge of prescribed medicines
- C-reactive protein, frailty and multimorbidity
The Editor’s View can be read here.
This issue’s free access papers are:
- Older care-home residents as collaborators or advisors in research: a systematic review
- Development and validation of an electronic frailty index using routine primary care electronic health record data
- High serum adiponectin levels predict incident falls among middle-aged and older adults: a prospective cohort study
- Geographic variation of inpatient care costs at the end of life