Reconsidering Ageless Mental Health Services: Whyfor, Whence and Whither? (JGCR)


A brief article has been published which examines the concept of “Ageless Mental Health Services” (sic) as it has featured in the recent literature on old age psychiatry. The pros and cons of this abstruse, widely condemned and potentially confusing construct are discussed fairly, without disguising past and ongoing controversies.

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Saad, K. [and] Bangash, A. (2016). Ageless mental health services and the future of old age psychiatry in the UK. Journal of Geriatric Care and Research (JGCR), July 2016, Vol.3(1): pp.21-23.

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