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Age Ageing

Age and Ageing  
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Discipline Geriatric medicine
Language English
Edited by Prof Roger Francis
Publication details
Publisher Oxford University Press (UK)
Frequency 6 issues per year
Impact factor
ISSN 1468-2834 (web)
  • Journal homepage

Age and Ageing is a journal covering geriatric medicine and gerontology published by Oxford Journals of the OUP.

The editor-in-Chief is Roger Francis and the journal is the official journal of the British Geriatrics Society.

Age and ageing publishes research on geriatric medicine and gerontology. Its range includes research on ageing and clinical, epidemiological, and psychological aspects of later life.

According to the 2012 Journal Citation Reports, its impact factor is 3.816. It is abstracted in many of the leading abstracting services including Pubmed, and Web of Science.

Age and Ageing recently celebrated its 40th year of publication with a supplement.

External links

  • Official journal website
  • BGS Homepage
  • BGS Blog


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