is the official journal of the International Psychogeriatric
Association. It is a multidisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal for researchers,
clinicians, and educators in the field of psychogeriatrics. The journal emphasis
is on an integrated and broadly encompassing approach to older people, which
considers physical and mental health and illness, as well as psychosocial
factors and societal perspectives.
The Editor-in-Chief invites submissions in two main areas: research and reviews; and clinical practice and service development. Additional features include case reports and letters to the editor. Editorials and book reviews are commissioned directly by the Editor-in-Chief. All articles must be original material, not previously published and not currently under consideration for publication elsewhere.
International Psychogeriatrics is published
quarterly and a subscription is included with each IPA membership.
The journal often receives grants and support for special focused issues.
Members receive these issues at no extra cost.
Revised author instructions and additional information about the journal can now be found at our Cambridge University Press website:
Journal at Cambridge
for Contributions to International Psychogeriatrics