Age and Ageing collection: Movement disorders
Movement disorders are a diverse and challenging group of neurological conditions. Geriatricians and allied health professionals play a key role in the care of patients living with these disorders. Age and Ageing is making freely available online a collection of 15 papers which highlight the breadth and depth of this field.
Delirium research, education, and practice
Delirium research and clinical care has seen great strides in the last decade. This collection provides an overview of the range of research in delirium covering prevention and prediction, interventions and their health economic evaluations, outcomes following delirium, and clinical application in a review of the recent SIGN guidelines.
Qualitative research in Age and Ageing
This themed collection of Age and Ageing articles includes a selection of papers published over the last 10 years which highlights the value of qualitative methodologies in health services research, particularly in understanding patient experience of health and illness and decision making about treatment and preventive care.
Developments in stroke medicine
The field of stroke medicine has seen significant advances and there is an ever increasing awareness that there are real opportunities to make a dramatic difference to stroke patients. Age and Ageing has charted our progress, publishing key research, and sharing ground-breaking ideas and knowledge. This online collection showcases some of the very best of such work.
Economics of ageing
A collaborative collection on the topic of economics of ageing and pensions, from Oxford Review of Economic Policy, Journal of Public Health, and Age and Ageing.
Deconditioning information for providers of services for older people and the public
The National Falls Prevention Co-ordination Group (NFPCG) Deconditioning task and finish sub-group have developed a suite of five resources intended to support individuals, health and care professionals and commissioners to take action to help older adults become more active and recondition following activity restrictions in the COVID-19 pandemic.
AGENDA: Issue 84 | Future of ageing
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.
Community geriatrics: Video case presentations
A selection of case presentations on community geriatric services and initiatives which were first presented at the BGS Autumn Meeting 2021 (24-26 November).
Training requirements for higher specialist trainees in geriatric medicine: Palliative and end of life care
This page clarifies the training standards for higher specialist trainees in geriatric medicine in palliative and end of life care in the context of the new training curriculum and syllabus.