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Aging & Mental Health covers the biological, psychological and social aspects of aging as they relate to mental health. In particular it encourages an integrated approach for examining various biopsychosocial processes and etiological factors associated with psychological changes in the elderly. It also emphasizes the various strategies, therapies and services which may be directed at improving the mental health of the elderly and their families.
Clinics in Geriatric Medicine provides the latest diagnostic and therapeutic information in the field of geriatrics. Published four times a year—in February, May, August, and November—each issue covers a single topic in geriatrics, including cardiovascular disease, common geriatric disorders (such as sarcopenia and frailty), dermatology, emergency care, oncology, patient care, psychiatry, and much more.
The Journal of Aging and Environment aims to serve the needs of gerontological professionals in the fields of Environmental Gerontology, architecture, urban planning, housing studies, and public policy who are engaged in the residential environments of elderly people in the community. The journal's goal is the publication of new research in the environment and aging fields as well as the synthesis of cross-disciplinary efforts made to enhance the residences of older people. This journal is useful for scholars, policymakers, legislators, architects and urban planners, lending institutions, religious groups, developers, and the lay public in general who have an interest in the subject.
This is the official journal of the Southern Gerontological Society. The Journal of Applied Gerontology features articles that focus on research applications intended to improve the health and quality of life of older persons or to enhance our understanding of age-related issues that will eventually lead to such outcomes.
The Journal of Gerontological Social Work aims to be the leading voice in thought development, research, educational training, and professional practice in the field of gerontological social work. We publish articles across a wide range of domains and settings of gerontological social work including, but not limited to, theoretical analysis, original research using qualitative, quantitative or mixed methods, clinical interventions, knowledge translation, systematic reviews, scoping reviews, and policy analysis. We seek manuscripts that advance the field of gerontological social work in the United States and internationally. The Journal of Gerontological Social Work accepts manuscripts on a broad range of issues such as social and economic justice, health and wellness, productivity and engagement, informal and formal care, supports and services, safety and abuse, social networks, marginalized and minority populations, neighborhoods and housing, and other topics related to aging and social work. We use a double-blind peer-review process to evaluate all manuscripts. Our articles provide timely and relevant information for researchers, educators, and practice professionals.
The Journal of Gerontology: Psychological Sciences publishes articles on development in adulthood and old age that advance the psychological science of aging processes and outcomes. Articles in the journal have clear implications for theoretical or methodological innovation in the psychology of aging or contribute significantly to the empirical understanding of psychological processes and aging. Areas of interest include, but are not limited to, attitudes, clinical applications, cognition, education, emotion, health, human factors, interpersonal relations, neuropsychology, neuroscience, perception, personality, physiological psychology, social psychology, and sensation.
Provider magazine is the monthly print publication of the American Health Care Association and the National Center for Assisted Living. With a readership of more than 52,000 owners, operators, clinicians, administrators, and others working in nursing facilities and assisted living communities across the country, Provider maintains the highest readership of any other publication in the profession.
Publishes original articles on adult development and aging which include reports of research that may be applied, biobehavioral, clinical, educational, experimental (laboratory, field, or naturalistic studies), methodological, or psychosocial.