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About the CME Journal

The Canadian Geriatrics Society Journal of CME publishes concise, clinically practical papers that are subject to peer review.  The Journal is wholly owned by the Canadian Geriatrics Society (CGS) and operated by the Canadian Geriatrics Society Journal of CME Editorial Board which is accountable to and reports to the Canadian Geriatrics Society Executive Board. The purpose of the Journal is to satisfy the educational needs of CGS members.

The Canadian Geriatrics Society Journal of CME publishes twice per year (spring and fall) with an occasional third special issue.

The CGS CME Journal can be accessed via domain name www.geriatricsjournal.ca

If you would like to suggest a topic for future articles, please send your suggestions via email to cgs@secretariatcentral.com.

PEER REVIEW PROCESS: 

Articles in the Canadian Geriatrics Society Journal of CME undergo a peer review process. The first step is an internal peer review by a member of the Editorial Board to determine if the article is clinically sound, of high quality and of potential interest to the readership. If the article meets these criteria, then it is sent for external review by an expert in the field covered in the article. A template to assist reviewers is provided.

OPEN ACCESS POLICY: 

The Canadian Geriatrics Society Journal of CME is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial No-Derivative license (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/2.5/ca/), which permits unrestricted non-commercial use and distribution, provided the original work is properly cited. Articles published under this Open Access model are made freely available online immediately upon publication, as part of a long-term archive, without subscription access restrictions. CME Journal readers are entitled to use, reproduce, distribute or display these articles provided that:

  • the original authorship is properly and fully attributed;
  • the journal and publisher (Canadian Geriatrics Society) are attributed as the original place of publication with the correct citation details provided;
  • no articles are reproduced for commercial use without the prior consent of the Canadian Geriatrics Society and payment of the appropriate fee

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EDITORIAL BOARD: 

Name 

Role and Title 

Affiliations

Area of Expertise 

Dr. Frank Molnar

Editor-in-chief

Associate Professor of Medicine, University of Ottawa;
The Ottawa Hospital, Division of Geriatric Medicine;
President, Canadian Geriatrics Society (2017-2019);
Affiliate Scientist, Bruyere Research Institute

Seniors’ Care,
Dementia, 
Fitness-to-drive in Dementia, 
Dementia drug trail RCT methodology,
Dementia care in Primary Care settings

Dr. Shabbir Alibhai

Associate Editor

Professor, Department of Medicine, University of Toronto;
Senior Scientist, Toronto General Research Institute and Toronto Rehab Institute

Seniors’ Care,
Orthostatic hypotension,
Unintentional weight loss,
Oncology,
Health services research,
Prostate cancer,
Exercise,
Male osteoporosis,
Life expectancy

Dr. Barry Goldlist

Associate Editor

Professor of Medicine, University of Toronto;
Staff Physician, MSH/UHN Department of Medicine Chair;
Board of Directors, National Initiative for Care of the Elderly (NICE)

Seniors Care,
Outpatient care for Older Adults,
Cognitive assessment and dementia

Dr. Chris Frank

Associate Editor

Department of Medicine, Division of Geriatric Medicine, Queen’s University

Seniors’ Care,
Palliative Care,

Medical administration

Dr. Mimi Wang

Associate Editor

Assistant Professor, Division of Geriatric Medicine, McMaster University; 
Clinician, Hamilton Health Sciences

Seniors’ Care

Dr. Katrina Piggott

Associate Editor

Clinical Associate, Division of Geriatrics, University of Toronto 

Seniors’ Care,
General Internal Medicine,

Osteoporosis,
Patient Quality and Safety

Dr. Jarred Rosenberg

Associate Editor

 

Seniors’ Care

Dr. Raza Naqvi

Associate Editor

Markham Stouffville Hospital;
University of Toronto, Division of Geriatric Medicine

Seniors’ Care,
Ethics,

Community Geriatrics


Inquiries for the Canadian Geriatrics Society Journal of CME Editorial Board can be directed to: cgs@secretariatcentral.com

 

For further information about the Journal's editorial policy, please see the Publication Ethics and Malpractice Statement

 

ISSN 1927-7202





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