September 2018 issue of Age and Ageing journal is out now
The September 2018 issue of Age and Ageing, the journal of the British Geriatrics Society 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:
- Hip fracture
- Screening for delirium
- Biomarkers for dementia
- Benefits from novel oncology drugs
The Editor’s View article gives an overview of the issue with a summary of highlights. This article is free to read and can be viewed here.
There are more Open Access articles in this issue which can be read and downloaded for free:
- Hip fractures: are we asking the right questions?
- Delirium screening in older patients
- Attention, arousal and other rapid bedside screening instruments for delirium in older patients: a systematic review of test accuracy studies
- Temporal trends in impairments of physical function among older adults during 2001–16 in Sweden: towards a healthier ageing
- Effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of proactive and multidisciplinary integrated care for older people with complex problems in general practice: an individual participant data meta-analysis
- Cardiovascular risk factors and frailty in a cross-sectional study of older people: implications for prevention
- Is frailty a stable predictor of mortality across time? Evidence from the Cognitive Function and Ageing Studies