Journal of Geriatric Medicine and Gerontology is an international, open access, peer reviewed journal that publishes wide variety of information in areas of clinical, preventative, curative and social aspects of illness in old age. The main objective of the journal is to set a forum for publication, education, and exchange of opinions, and to promote research and publications globally. The Journal provides a platform for all clinicians, surgeons and health professionals to contribute their findings and help raise awareness among community in various aspects of gerontology. We aim to publish highest quality clinical content via open access platform providing the readers free, immediate and unlimited access.
Journal of Geriatric Medicine and Gerontology is an open journal focusing on Aging Demographics, Biogerontology, Aging Process, Geroscience, Aging Population, Biological Theories of Aging, Genetics Factors, Social Geronotology, Psychological Gerontology, Environmental Gerontology, Nutrition and Aging, Aging and Memory, Aging Portfolio, Biological Clock and Epigenetic Clock, Elderly Care, Life Extension, Geriatric Medicine, Geriatric Giants, Cardiogeriatrics, Geriatric Dentistry, Geriatric Dermatology, Geriatric Diagnostic Imaging, Geriatric Emergency Medicine, Geriatric Nephrology, Geriatric Neurology, Geriatric Oncology, Geriatric Pharmacotherapy, Psychogeriatrics, Preventive Geriatrics, Geriatric Rehabilitation, Geriatric Rheumatology, Geriatric General Surgery, Geriatric Trauma, Geriatric Nutrition, Geriatric Podiatry, etc. The journal accepts various manuscript formats such as Original Article, Reviews, Mini Reviews, Short Communications, Case Reports, Perspectives/Opinions, Letters, Short Note and Commentaries. All articles published in the journal are subject to a rigorous peer review process. It encourages authors to publish their experimental and theoretical results in detail to disseminate the updated research findings.
An Examination of Self Perceptions of Nursing Assistants and the Effectiveness of Nursing Education Intervention to Improve Nursing Assistants' Knowledge of Mental Health Issues in an Elderly Population
Terminal Care in Older Patients in Hospital: Development of a Quality Indicator Set and its First Application in a Retrospective Comparison of Patients Treated in an Acute Geriatric Unit and a Palliative Care Unit of a Belgian University Hospital