Journal of the American Geriatrics Society
The Journal of the American Geriatrics Society is a comprehensive and reliable source of monthly research and information about common diseases and disorders of older adults. Increase your geriatrics medical expertise by reading your copy now. The journal gives you practical, peer-reviewed, clinical guidance on a varietyof topics that you can use to improve the health and quality of life for your older patients.
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A comprehensive source for clinical information and management advice relating to the care of older adults. The journal's peer-reviewed articles report the latest developments in the management of acute and chronic disorders and provide practical advice on care of older adults across the long term continuum. Geriatric Nursing addresses current issues related to drugs, advance directives, staff development and management, legal issues, client and caregiver education, infection control, and other topics. The journal is written specifically for nurses and nurse practitioners who work with older adults in any care setting. Geriatric Nursing is the official journal of the American Assisted Living Nurses Association, National Gerontological Nursing Association and Gerontological Advanced Practice Nurses Association and is indexed in Medline, ISI and CINAHL.
Journal of Gerontological Nursing
A monthly, peer-reviewed publication of clinically relevant original articles on the practice of gerontological nursing across the continuum of care in a variety of health care settings, for 40 years. Features include sections on "Geropharmacology," "Clinical Concepts," "Diagnosis: Dementia," and "Technology Innovations." Evidence-based practice guidelines are published three times per year. Also, Continuing Nursing Education credits are available.
Annals of Long Term Care
Annals of Long Term Care focuses on the clinical and practical issues related to the diagnosis and management of long-term care residents.
Clinical Geriatrics publishes practical information for clinicians whose patient base increasingly includes older patients. The Journal is committed to publishing superior, detailed, up-to-date information for clinicians who diagnose and treat patients ages 50 and older; it is also a practical resource for all health care providers.