July 2020 issue of Age and Ageing journal is out now
A full table of contents is available here, with editorials, research papers, expert reviews, short reports, case reports and more.
Hot topics in this issue include:
- Delirium prevention
- Appetite and anorexia
- Emergency laparotomy
- Frailty in stroke and health policy
There are a number of free to view and Open Access articles in this issue that can be read and downloaded without a subscription:
- Delirium: a missing piece in the COVID-19 pandemic puzzle
- Frailty in the face of COVID-19
- COVID-19 in older people: a rapid clinical review
- COVID-19 outbreak: organisation of a geriatric assessment and coordination unit. A French example
- Atypical presentation of COVID-19 in a frail older person
- Can the COVID-19 crisis strengthen our treatment escalation planning and resuscitation decision making?
- Does frailty predict post stroke mortality?
- Reducing medication errors and transitions of care
- The association of delirium severity with patient and health system outcomes in hospitalised patients: a systematic review
- Successful care transitions for older people: a systematic review and meta-analysis of the effects of interventions that support medication continuity
- A multicentre, pragmatic, cluster randomised, controlled feasibility trial of the POD system of care
- Investigation of ward fidelity to a multicomponent delirium prevention intervention during a multicentre, pragmatic, cluster randomised, controlled feasibility trial
- Older patients undergoing emergency laparotomy: observations from the National Emergency Laparotomy Audit (NELA) years 1–4
- What is important to people with dementia living at home? A set of core outcome items for use in the evaluation of non-pharmacological community-based health and social care interventions