International Scientific Group Of Applied Preventive Medicine I - Gap Vienna, Austria
About Current Issue:
“Current Burning Issues of Health and Social Problems in Elderly Population“
- The Examination of Nutritional Status for Seniors Living in Social Institutions
- Domestic Violence Against Self-Reliant Elderly Resulting from COVID-19 and Potential Solutions
- Analysis of Chronic Wound Management in Nursing
- Dilemmas about Quality of Life in Older People
- Senior Homeless Population was Covid-19 Free in 3 shelter communities after adapting the Life Island model (Note)
- Features of Hospice Management as an Institution in the Social Sphere in Ukraine: Regional Aspect
- Influence of movement on quality of seniors’ lives
- Personnel Management Measures for Regional Pharmacies in the Context the Shortage of Skilled Workers Due to Elderly and Demographic Changes
- Analysis of Medium-term and Long-term Plans of Developing Social Services Focusing on the Elderly
- The Impact Activity on the Quality of Life of Seniors Living in Retirement Homes
- Health Care and Tumor Diseases With Special Consideration of Dermatology as Result of Increasing Aging
- Risk of Burden on a Carer of a Patient With Alzheimer’s Type Dementia in the Family
- Education of Seniors in Residential Facilities in the Framework of Activation Activities in the Form of the University of the Fourth Age (Minireview)
- Ethical and Psychosocial Approach to Seniors
CSW no. 3, vol. 11, 2020
Current Burning Issues of Health and Social Problems in Elderly Population
Current issue of Clinical social work and health intervention journal focus of emerging problem in social work resulting from demographic changes in last 20 years in developed world-increasing proportion of elderly population(seriors).
Several important issues are mentioned in papers selected to this thematic issue-from management of Chronic wounds in elderly,Covid-related isolation issues in seniors, Alzheimers Disease, Domestic violence in seniors,nutritional status in elderly individuals, management of nursing homes for seniors and Hospices and other related issues,bridging social work and geriatric aspects in management of this growing population.
This issue may have benefit for all those,taking care, students volunteers professional social workers,nurses,gerontologists,sociologists working with eldely clients and patients.
Dr. Roberto Cauda, Ph.D.
Institute o Inectious Diseases,
Catholic University o the Sacred Heart
Peter Marks MD MRCP
North London PostgradMed School