Gériatrie et Psychologie Neuropsychiatrie du Vieillissement

Gériatrie et Psychologie Neuropsychiatrie du  Vieillissement

Gériatrie & Psychologie Neuropsychiatrie du Vieillissement is devoted to geriatrics, the result of a collective reflection on the place of this specialty in international literature, and to the psychology of the elderly and brain disorders associated with aging.
Recognized for its scientific quality, this is the first French-language geriatric and psychological journal to be indexed in the main international databases. It covers all the medical, psychological, health and social aspects of monitoring and caring for the elderly.
Whether you're a psychologist, neurologist, psychiatrist, geriatrician or gerontologist, you'll find this original and unique approach a genuine tool for training, reflection and exchange, essential to your professional practice.

Gériatrie & Psychologie Neuropsychiatrie du Vieillissement is the official journal of the Société française de gériatrie et de gérontologie (SFGG), the Société francophone de psychogériatrie et de psychiatrie de la personne âgée (SF3PA) and the Association des jeunes gériatres (AJG).



Volume 22, issue 2, Juin 2024


En accès libre “Syndrome de glissement”: A concept that urgently needs to be revisited in geriatrics
Gilles Berrut, Cedric Annweiler, Sylvie Bonin Guillaume
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Article Editorial
Christian Derouesné

Gériatrie: Synthèse

Article P-glycoprotein activity in vivo in older adults: physiological, ­pathophysiological and pharmacokinetic interplay at the blood-brain barrier
Théodore Decaix, Agathe Vrillon, Claire Paquet, Olivier Laprévote, Matthieu Lilamand

Article An attempt to deconstruct the French “syndrome de glissement
Gilles Berrut

Gériatrie: Article original

Article Geriatric failure to thrive: between illusory diagnosis and clinical reality
Fannie Bretelle, Pierre Nicot, Robin Arcani, Tatiana Horowitz, Martin Comon, Victoria Garrido, Aurélie Daumas, Sylvie Bonin-Guillaume

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En accès libre COVID-19 and cardiovascular disease: characteristic features in older patients
Anne-Sophie Boureau, Laure de Decker, Gilles Berrut, Olivier Hanon
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En accès libre Incidence, criticality and typology of care-related adverse events in nursing homes based on initial epidemiological characteristics and possible prevention measures in France
Delphine Teigné, Aurélie Gaultier, Marion Lucas, Delphine Mouret, Brice Leclère, Leila Moret, Noémie Terrien
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