Journal of the American Geriatrics Society

Cover image for Vol. 65 Issue 2

Edited By: William B. Applegate

Impact Factor: 3.842

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2015: 2/32 (Gerontology); 8/49 (Geriatrics & Gerontology)

Online ISSN: 1532-5415

JAGS Top 15 Most Talked About Articles in 2016


Here are the top 15 articles published in the Journal of the American Geriatrics Society (JAGS) in 2016 as measured by Altmetric,which provides a measure of the quality and quantity of online attention each article receives in traditional news outlets and on social media. Click the article links to read more

Can a Healthy Lifestyle Compress the Disabled Period in Older Adults?


Mediation of Cognitive Function Improvements by Strength Gains After Resistance Training in Older Adults with Mild Cognitive Impairment: Outcomes of the Study of Mental and Resistance Training


Driving Cessation and Health Outcomes in Older Adults


Providing Acute Care at Home: Community Paramedics Enhance an Advanced Illness Management Program-Preliminary Data


High Dose Monthly Vitamin D for Prevention of Acute Respiratory Infection in Older Long-Term Care Residents: A Randomized Clinical Trial


Compression of Morbidity Is Observed Across Cohorts with Exceptional Longevity


Willingness and Ability of Older Adults in the Emergency Department to Provide Clinical Information Using a Tablet Computer


Effect of Reproductive History and Exogenous Hormone Use on Cognitive Function in Mid- and Late Life


Antipsychotic Medication for Prevention and Treatment of Delirium in Hospitalized Adults: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis


Global Sensory Impairment in Older Adults in the United States


High-Risk Medications in Hospitalized Elderly Adults: Are We Making It Easy to Do the Wrong Thing?


Effects of Home Based Tai Chi and Lower Extremity Training and Self Practice on Falls and Functional Outcomes in Older Fallers from the Emergency Department Randomized Controlled Trial


Potentially Unsafe Activities and Living Conditions of Older Adults with Dementia


How U.S. Doctors Die: A Cohort Study of Healthcare Use at the End of Life


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