Information on AGING and on the AGED can be found in all libraries of Case Western Reserve University, as well as at a number of reliable internet resources.
From this web page, you will find sources from a health sciences perspective.
For a person older than 79 years, AGED, 80 AND OVER is available.
All of the bold-face terms may be used for subject searching in CWRU's Library Catalog (as a MeSH: Medical Subject Heading Search) or in PubMed. All of the definitions for the bold-face terms are from MeSH, Medical Subject Headings from the U. S. National Library of Medicine.
Readily available books and journals are good starting places for research on a topic. Dictionaries and textbooks are especially helpful. Please check the items listed on Aging Resources available at Case Western Reserve University.
Catalogs are lists of materials an institution owns or to which it has access. At Case Western Reserve University, the catalog is CWRU's Library Catalog. The catalog includes information about print and electronic materials, both monographic and serial.
Other catalogs are:
Databases are collections of data organized for rapid search and retrieval by a computer. In libraries they are primarily bibliographic in nature, indexing journals, meetings and sometimes books. An example of a database is PubMed.
Other databases are:
Electronic Resources at Case
CHSL provides information on Electronic Books. >>
There are many links to electronic journals from the resources listed in Library Catalogs and Databases. >>
CHSL also has links to collections of Electronic Journals. >>
CMS is a federal agency within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. CMS runs the Medicare and the Medicaid programs - two national health care programs that benefit about 75 million Americans.
Associations and Organizations
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This is the Vancouver style for preparing manuscripts.