Annual Review of Gerontology and Geriatrics: Volume 9, 1989 by Connie W. Bales (auth.), M. Powell Lawton Ph.D. (eds.)

By Connie W. Bales (auth.), M. Powell Lawton Ph.D. (eds.)

Show description

Read or Download Annual Review of Gerontology and Geriatrics: Volume 9, 1989 PDF

Best gerontology books

Images of Aging: Cultural Representations of Later Life

All of us have a finite life-span. we're born, we get outdated and we die. Given the universiality of the getting old procedure, it truly is extraordinary that there's virtually an entire absence of research of tradition and self-image of the center elderly and outdated. photographs of growing older: Cultural Representations of Later existence alterations this.

An Introduction to Gerontology

With the world's inhabitants getting more and more older, there hasn't ever been a extra urgent desire for the research of outdated age and getting older. An advent to Gerontology presents a wide-ranging advent to this crucial subject. by means of assuming no earlier professional wisdom and heading off jargon, this e-book will advisor scholars via all of the major topics in gerontology, protecting either conventional parts, similar to organic and social growing old, in addition to extra modern components, corresponding to expertise, the humanities, sexuality and schooling of older adults.

Person-Centred Thinking with Older People: 6 Essential Practices

Person-centred practices are a key approach to give you the absolute best care and aid for older humans and aid them to be lively and valued individuals of the neighborhood. Drawing on a wealth of expertise of operating with older humans, the authors current the 6 crucial person-centred practices. all of the practices is designed to aid the person and placed what's very important to and for the individual on the vanguard in their care.

Additional info for Annual Review of Gerontology and Geriatrics: Volume 9, 1989

Sample text

Patients who have achieved a modest goal for control of hyperglycemia by a weight-reducing diet and exercise or who have asymptomatic hyperglycemia may simply be followed with a prudent weight-maintaining diet and close monitoring of DIABETES CARE 43 Verify diagnosis of diabetes mellitus• f I Yes No 1. Evaluation for diabetes complications, including ophthalmology referral 2. Identify and treat additional risk factors 3. Exercise program as tolerated 4. Diabetes education program for patient/caregivers + No further intervention ~ Overweight ?

Magnitude and Scope of Management Problems Problems in managing long-term treatment regimens exist for all chronic diseases (Sackett & Snow, 1979; Sackett, Haynes, & Tugwell, 1985). In their comprehensive literature review of regimen adherence, Haynes, Taylor, and Sackett (1979) revealed that adherence to long-term medication regimens ran around 50%; adherence to dietary advice was around DIABETES CARE 45 30%; and fewer than 10% of cigarette smokers stopped smoking on the advice of their clinicians.

Current Concepts of Bone Fragility (pp. 429-447). Berlin: Springer Verlag. Lyles, K. W. (1989). Osteoporosis. In W. N. ), Textbook of Internal Medicine (pp. 2601-2607). Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott. Marcus, R. (1987). Calcium intake and skeletal integrity: Is there a critical relationship? Journal of Nutrition, 117, 631-635. , & Genant, H. (1985). Menstrual function and bone mass in elite women distance runners. Annals of Internal Medicine, 102, 158-163. Marsh, A. , Sanchez, T. , & Mickelsen, 0.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.47 of 5 – based on 31 votes