Highlights of Papers in the Clinical Investigations Section
Longitudinal Driving Performance in Early-Stage Dementia of the Alzheimer Type
Vision and Driving Self-Restriction in Older Adults
A Classification Tree for Predicting Recurrent Falling in Community-Dwelling Older Persons
Predictors of Mortality in 2,249 Nonagenarians—The Danish 1905-Cohort Survey
Cross-Linked Fibrin Degradation Products (D-Dimer), Plasma Cytokines, and Cognitive Decline in Community-Dwelling Elderly Persons
Screening for Dementia by Telephone Using the Memory Impairment Screen
Why Would Caregivers Not Want to Treat Their Relative's Alzheimer's Disease?
Prognosis Communication in Serious Illness
Prevalence and Correlates of Recognized Depression in U.S. Nursing Homes
The Minimum Data Set Weight-Loss Quality Indicator
Clinical Characteristics of Flexed Posture in Elderly Women
The Effect of Evercare on Hospital Use
Prehospital DNR Orders
Selective Impairment of Frontal-Executive Cognitive Function in African Americans with Cardiovascular Risk Factors
Vascular Disease and Cognitive Function
The Mini-Cog as a Screen for Dementia
Training Caregivers to Change the Sleep Hygiene Practices of Patients with Dementia
Lymphocyte Count and Mortality Risk in Older Persons. The Leiden 85-Plus Study
Walking and Talking as Predictors of Falls in the General Population
Prophylactic Anticoagulation for Venous Thromboembolic Disease in Geriatric Patients
Strategies to Advance Geriatric Nursing
A Continuing Medical Education Initiative for Canadian Primary Care Physicians
Best Paper of the 1980s
Happy Birthday to the Journal
Ethical and Legal Issues in Geriatric Research
Driving Competence
Regulating Hearts and Minds
AN OUTBREAK OF SEVERE ACUTE RESPIRATORY SYNDROME IN A NURSING HOME
SEVERE ACUTE RESPIRATORY SYNDROME
USE OF CONSERVATIVE SURGERY FOR STAGE I BREAST CANCER FALLS DRAMATICALLY FOR WOMEN AGED 80 AND OLDER
A PREDICTIVE MODEL OF IN-HOSPITAL MORTALITY IN ELDERLY PATIENTS ADMITTED TO MEDICAL INTENSIVE CARE UNITS
BREAST HEMATOMA DUE TO AN AXILLARY PAD IN AN ANTICOAGULATED PATIENT
BENEFITS OF STATINS IN THE ELDERLY
CHOLESTEROL AND OSTEOPOROSIS IN POSTMENOPAUSAL WOMEN
DOES QUESTION COMPREHENSION LIMIT THE UTILITY OF THE GERIATRIC DEPRESSION SCALE IN OLDER AFRICAN AMERICANS?
S IS HARRY S TRUMAN'S MIDDLE NAME, NOT AN INITIAL