Journals

We are happy to present Journals that foster research in all fields of aging. By their action, they participate in the dissimenation of last findings, updated information and news in general from around the world.

“Age & Ageing”

Scope:
Research on ageing and clinical, epidemiological, and psychological aspects of later life.

Aim:
International journal aiming to build understanding of research findings in geriatric medicine and gerontology by publishing refereed original articles and commissioned reviews. In so doing, to have a positive impact upon policy and practice.

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JNHA - Journal of Nutrition, Health and Aging

Focus:
Scientific and clinical issues related to interactions between nutrition and health as part of the aging process.

Aim:
Contribute to knowledge on the relationships between nutrition and the aging process throughout adulthood to old age.

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European Journal of Ageing

Scope:
Social, behavioural and health-related aspects of ageing

Aim:
Stimulate communication between researchers and those using research findings, contribute to better policies & develop better practice

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Gerontechnology

Scope:
Health, housing, mobility, communication, leisure and work

Aim:
Fitting technological environments to support changing life goals and lifestyle preferences into advanced age

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Gerontology

Scope:
Clinical, experimental, behavioural, regenerative and technological science research into the aging process.

Aim:
Understanding the basic mechanisms of aging and age-related diseases.

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JFA - Journal of Frailty and Aging

Focus:
Presenting the results of research in Biology, Physical and body composition modifications, Neurosciences, Clinics and public health, Clinical trials and therapeutics.

Aim:
Promote research in social, biological, and clinical features underlying the onset and development of frailty in older

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Journal of Cross-Cultural Gerontology

Focus:
Explores non-Western societies, from such perspectives as history, anthropology, sociology, political science, psychology, population studies and health

Aim:
An international, interdisciplinary forum for discussion of the aging process with enphasis on research findings, theoretical issues and applied approaches

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