Age and Ageing papers featured in the OUP Public Health collection

The latest journal Impact Factor results were announced in July and we were delighted to see Age and Ageing continue to grow in impact with a higher score of 4.282.

Our thanks go out to our valued authors who contribute such strong work, and to our army of peer reviews who are essential to the high standard of published material. We are also grateful to all of our readers who share, cite and make use of this work and disseminate research for the improvement of the health and care of older people.

To celebrate improving Impact Factor scores across several of its journals, Oxford University Press has released a collection of the highest cited papers on the theme of Public Health. We are delighted to see five Age and Ageing papers featured in this collection which is free to share and download.

  1. Prevalence of and interventions for sarcopenia in ageing adults: a systematic review. Report of the International Sarcopenia Initiative (EWGSOP and IWGS)
    Alfonso J. Cruz, Jentoft, Francesco Landi, Stéphane M. Schneider, et al.
  2. STOPP/START criteria for potentially inappropriate prescribing in older people: version 2
    Denis O’Mahony David O’Sullivan Stephen Byrne, et al.
  3. The frailty phenotype and the frailty index: different instruments for different purposes
    Matteo Cesari, Giovanni Gambassi, Gabor Abellan van Kan, Bruno Vellas
  4. The risk of adverse outcomes in hospitalized older patients in relation to a frailty index based on a comprehensive geriatric assessment
    Stephen J. Evans, Margaret Sayers, Arnold Mitnitski, Kenneth Rockwood
  5. Best practice guidelines for the management of frailty: a British Geriatrics Society, Age UK and Royal College of General Practitioners report
    Gill Turner, Andrew Clegg

The full  Public Health collection with content from 18 journals can be found here. Please read, share and enjoy! 

 

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