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JAMDA
May 1, 2022
JAMDA
May 1, 2022
JAMDA
May 1, 2022
JAMDA
May 1, 2022
The debate whether sarcopenia is a clinically relevant condition or just a matter for research is not novel.1 As explained by Bauer in a recent editorial published in this journal,2 the interest for conducting research on sarcopenia has “extended...
Caring for the Ages
May 1, 2022
According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 45.8% of all Americans and 85% of those older than 60 use prescription medications (NCHS Data Brief 2019;334:1–8). Pharmacists have the responsibility to ensure that these Americans...
Caring for the Ages
May 1, 2022
May 19, 2022
Caring for the Ages
May 1, 2022
Although “timely and proactive palliative care can improve quality of life,” identifying patients in the palliative phase remains a challenge, as shown by two studies in the Netherlands.
Caring for the Ages
May 1, 2022
Barbara Resnick, PhD, CRNP, always knew she wanted to work in the geriatrics field. From her earliest memories, she visited her grandparents daily in the nursing home where they resided and felt a strong calling to care for older adults and those in...
Caring for the Ages
May 1, 2022
“Purpose is not about what we do and how fast we do it; but why we do it, and how we do it.”Paolo Gallo
Caring for the Ages
May 1, 2022
Although better wages are one solution to the certified nursing assistant (CNA) shortage in post-acute and long-term care facilities, there are many other reasons CNAs are leaving their jobs. Lori Porter, CEO and cofounder of the National...