Geriatrics & Aging

(ISSN: 1488-8408,1488-8416)

Mission Statement

Canada is already an "aging" country, and we are only beginning to enter the period of the most rapid demographic aging. At Geriatrics & Aging , we are proud of our record of providing high quality educational material.

Although generally geared to primary care physicians, numerous specialists also turn to our journal for guidance regarding their older patients. The practical topics, readability of prose, and superb illustrations are among the reasons why we are the most read professional medical journal in Canada with a specialty focus. Geriatrics & Aging plays an important role in the field of knowledge translation. That is, we provide practitioners with high quality, clinically relevant information about prevention, diagnosis, management, treatment, and the follow-up of conditions that affect the older population, and in a manner that they can apply in clinical practice.

Geriatrics & Aging helps to ensure aging adults get the treatment they deserve by equipping physicians with the tools they need to make informed clinical decisions.

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Geriatrics & Aging
2221 Yonge Street
Suite 201
Toronto, ON M4S 2B4
Tel.: 416-480-9478
Fax: 416-480-2740

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Disclaimer

Views and opinions in this publication are not necessarily endorsed by or reflective of those of the Regional Geriatric Programs of Ontario.

While every attempt is made to ensure that drug dosages provided with the text of this document are accurate, readers are urged to check drug package inserts before prescribing. Views and opinions in this publication are not necessarily endorsed by, or reflective of those of the publisher.

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Geriatrics & Aging is indexed by Elsevier Science's EMBASE.

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