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Routledge Gerontology journals address the societal and individual impact of aging, covering social work, gender, mental health, social policy and education. Published in partnership with prestigious societies and organisations including the Academy for Gerontology in Higher Education, the Association for Gerontology Education in Social Work and the Gerontological Society of America, these journals offer vital insights into our increasingly aging global population.  

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Article Author(s) Journal
Social Prescribing for an Aging Population Amy Clements-Cortés & Joyce Yip Activities, Adaptation & Aging
The association between specific activity components and depression in nursing home residents: the importance of the social component Inge A. H. Knippenberg, Jennifer S. A. M. Reijnders, Debby L. Gerritsen & Ruslan Leontjevas Aging & Mental Health
Risk Factors for Cannabis-Related Mental Health Harms in Older Adults: A Review Amanda Hudson PhD & Pamela Hudson MD Clinical Gerontologist
Cognitive and Affective Theory of Mind in Healthy Aging Marit F. L. Ruitenberg, Patrick Santens & Wim Notebaert Experimental Aging Research
Older people’s adoption of e-learning services: A qualitative study of facilitators and barriers Xue Bai, Yiqin He & Florian Kohlbacher Gerontology & Geriatrics Education
Self-Neglect in Older Populations: A Description and Analysis of Current Approaches Nils Dahl, Alex Ross & Paul Ong Journal of Aging & Social Policy
Can standardized measures provide helpful feedback about adult protective services substantiation? Pilot data from a short self-neglect assessment Pi-Ju Liu, Sara K. Stratton, Zachary Hass & Kendon J. Conrad Journal of Elder Abuse & Neglect
Older Adults and Covid 19: Social Justice, Disparities, and Social Work Practice Carole Cox Journal of Gerontological Social Work
Generational Differences and COVID-19: Positive Interactions in Virtual Workplaces Michael Urick Journal of Intergenerational Relationships
Exploring spirituality with older people: (1) rich experiences Laurence Lepherd, Cath Rogers, Richard Egan, Helen Towler, Coralie Graham, Andrea Nagle & Ilsa Hampton Journal of Religion, Spirituality & Aging
“The night comes early for a woman”: Menopause and sexual activities among urban older Yoruba men and women in Ibadan, Nigeria Ojo Melvin Agunbiade & Leah Gilbert Journal of Women & Aging

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Did you know that most Routledge Gerontology journals give you the option to publish your research open access? Choosing this option allows your work to be more accessible and ensures you reach the widest possible audience. There are five simple steps to follow: 1. Choose the journal that best suits your work; 2. Write and submit your paper; 3. Revise your paper as guided by peer reviewer and editor comments; 4. If your article is accepted choose open access and let us know who should pay your APC (you will receive a quote); 5. Choose the creative commons license you (or your funder) prefers. Find out more about your chosen journal below and make the first step towards publishing your article. 
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