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Medicine & Health Sciences
  • Author:
    Steven Gambert
  • ISBN:
    0306413019
  • ISBN13:
    978-0306413018
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  • Publisher:
    Springer; 1 edition (August 1, 1983)
  • Pages:
    412 pages
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    Medicine & Health Sciences
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This volume is the third in the Contemporary Geriatric Medicine series. As in previous volumes, information is presented in the form of easy-to­ read essays to bring the reader up to date on state-of-the-art develop­ ments in the area of geriatric medicine. eBook 71,39 €. ISBN 978-1-4684-5427-7.

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This volume collects the foundation papers in the discipline of Geriatric medicine. The book begins with a chapter on those papers that established the field.

Geriatric medicine is at a crossroads. Much time and effort have been given to develop training programs that aim at making physicians better able to care for the multiple and interacting problems affecting the elderly.

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Gambert received his MD degree from Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons in New York City and his post-graduate training in Internal Medicine, Endocrinology and Metabolism, and Geriatric Medicine at Dartmouth and Harvard Medical Schools and their affiliated hospitals. He has held a number of academic and leadership positions including being Director of Geriatrics, Chairman of Medicine, and Associate Dean for Academic Programs in medical institutions in Wisconsin, New York and Maryland.

This volume marks the first of a new series, Contemporary Geriatric Medicine, joining the ever growing "Contemporary" family. As with the other "Contem­ porary" volumes, our goal is to assist the reader in maintaining currency in a rapidly changing field. Perhaps no field has shown such major advances in such a short time as geriatrics. Over the last several years, the "demographic impera­ tive" has become a source of concern for many, including clinicians, scientists, econ­ omists, and health planners. Our geriatric knowledge base continues to grow, often making it difficult to keep abreast of advances and current therapeutic modalities. Contemporary Ger­ iatric Medicine presents the state-of-the-art thinking regarding a variety of topics all of major concern to the health practitioner caring for the elderly person. The authors, for the most part serving as members of a stable editorial board, have chosen topics that should have immediate interest to the readership. By having a stable editorial board, continuity is ensured in successive volumes. Every two years, a subsequent issue will either address new thoughts on already presented topics or focus on new topics of current interest. As with the other "Contempo­ rary" series volumes, the every other year interval is intended to allow new find­ ings to develop and be tested. It also provides the authors with time to provide the highest quality of work.