Quality in Ageing and Older Adults aims to make sense of current research and policy in working with older people at a time of demographic change.
The journal particularly considers the implications of policy and research in the context of managing and commissioning services and aims to draw out practical information about how to promote quality of life in later years as well as offer guidance on appropriate service provision. The journal considers the role of older people within their wider communities with the overall goals of promoting the potential for independence, control and enhanced well-being.
Quality in Ageing and Older Adults is a hugely valuable source of information and intelligence for academics, universities and colleges, commissioners, practitioners, researchers, policy-makers, managers, health boards, mental health services, education, local authorities, NHS and primary care trusts, the voluntary and community sectors, service users, carers and students.
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