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This issue focuses on the secret weapon when it comes to caring for older people - our superhero multidisciplinary team! Hear from nurses, pharmacists, geriatricians, reseachers, trainees and more as they discuss how their role impacts the health of ageing adults. This content is limited to members only.
What will geriatrics look like for the next generation? From living longer with Down's syndrome to ageing without children or living with the effects of climate change, we look at what the older people of tomorrow will experience, and how we can plan ahead to optimise their health and care. This content is limited to members only.
The relaunch issue! With a brand new look, feel and name, the BGS Newsletter debuts as AGENDA, with a celebration of community services around the country working to keep older people healthy and out of hospital. This content is limited to members only.
A series of resources which provide an introductory overview of delirium.
Introduction from Dr Eileen Burns, Consultant Physician and Past President of British Geriatrics Society, and foreword by Dr Sarah Russell, family carer.
This chapter of the Silver Book II sets out the context, scope and purpose of the publication.
Scottish Care of Older People (SCoOP) is a Scottish national evaluation project focusing on care of older people across Scotland in both primary and secondary care settings.
This winter, respiratory illnesses, including COVID and flu, are prevalent across the NHS affecting both older people and the healthcare professionals who care for them. It is important for both older people and healthcare professionals to be vaccinated to give them the best chances of staying well.
Join the BGS and be part of a multidisciplinary professional organisation helping improve healthcare for older people.
We are a Society that works hard to improve the care of older people, and supports and guides fellow professionals
- Dr Adhi Vedamurthy
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