Special Issue "2nd Edition: Frontiers in Health Care for Older Adults"
A special issue of International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health (ISSN 1660-4601). This special issue belongs to the section "Health Behavior, Chronic Disease and Health Promotion".
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 December 2022.
2. CIBERFES (Centro de Investigación Biomédica en Red Fragilidad y Envejecimiento Saludable), 28029 Madrid, Spain
3. Catholic University of Valencia Sant Vicent Màrtir, 46001 València, Valencia, Spain
Interests: geriatric medicine; frailty; falls; orthogeriatrics; collaborative medicine; multicomponent exercise
Interests: geriatric and palliative medicine; integrated health and social care; intermediate care; nursing and care homes
Interests: integrated health and social care; frailty; geriatric and palliative medicine
This Special Issue is the 2nd Edition of Special Issue "Health Care for Older Adults":
The increase we have witnessed in life expectancy in recent years has been a historical milestone in the history of humanity, as we have never lived this long before. Nevertheless, this social success presents great clinical and social challenges. After the first successful Special Issue on this topic, the Guest Editors aim to explore different initiatives that result in the health promotion of older adults, such as multicomponent physical exercise programs, interventions that try to avoid loneliness and social isolation and multidisciplinary assessment, and the treatment of frailty and other geriatric syndromes in various settings, such as the emergency unit, orthogeriatrics, and oncogeriatrics.
Broadly, this Special Issue is seeking original submissions that examine (1) the method to detect and to reverse frailty, loneliness, and social isolation; (2) the method to diagnose early and prevent delirium and other geriatric syndromes; (3) best practices to manage the treatment of the elderly with specific situations, such as hip fracture or oncological disease; (4) best practices for designing, implementing, and/or evaluating integrated interventions to improve healthcare in older adults; and (5) best practices to develop healthcare and social interventions to improve quality of life in older adults living in care houses and nursing homes.
Special interest will be given to innovative practices that expand and build upon geriatric approaches with multidisciplinary models. Other manuscript types of interest include relevant position papers, meta-analyses, reviews, brief reports, and commentaries.
Dr. Francisco José Tarazona Santabalbina
Dr. Sebastià Josep Santaeugènia Gonzàlez
Dr. José Augusto García Navarro
Prof. Dr. José Viña
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- multidisciplinary teams
- geriatric syndromes