The Gerontologist

Издатель:  Oxford University Press
01-16-2013 Ranked sixth by Thomson Reuters for January;b2February 2011, in the field of gerontology. From the Gerontological Society of America, this peer-reviewed journal presents a "multidisciplinary perspective on human aging through the publication of research and analysis in gerontology, including social policy, program development[,] and service delivery." There are articles from a wide range of disciplines, such as social sciences, biomedical fields, the humanities, economics, education, and the law. Each issue contains 10;b214 articles of several types: "Research Articles" and "Brief Reports" (on original research), "The Forum" (review or viewpoint articles on a hot topic), "Practice Concepts" (on innovative practices or programs), "Policy Studies," "Letters to the Editor," "Book Reviews," and "Guest Editorials." It does occasionally have special thematic issues or supplements; for example, "The Science of Recruitment and Retention Among Ethnically Diverse Older Adults." Examples of recent articles are "Aging Well and the Environment: Toward an Integrative Model and Research Agenda," "Adapting Stanford's Chronic Disease Self-Management Program to Hawaii's Multicultural Population," and "Primary Care Clinician Expectations Regarding Aging." A core journal for any library that covers geriatrics or gerontology. (Markley, Patricia)

ISSN 0016-9013

Изд. данные Содержание Доступность Редколлегия НЭИКОН
Название журнала The Gerontologist
Подзаголовок a journal of the Gerontological Society of America
Аббревиатура наименования GRNTA3
Страна United States
Издатель Oxford University Press
Первый год издания 1961
Формат публикации Print
Статус Active