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Editorial Ron Iphofen I have been asking contributors for some time moved fast enough – but they certainly can’t to consider sending in articles relating to their be as comprehensive as one might hope and own personal and/or practice experience. such practices clearly still creep in. Quality in Ageing has never been solely an One way of contributing to best practice is academically oriented journal. We have always to ensure that the perspectives of those being sought to make distinct contributions to policy cared for, and those doing the caring, are well and practice from a firm evidence base. This embedded in professional education and by no means rules out commentary papers on training programmes. Susan Benbow and policy or careful accounts of personal insights colleagues at Staffordshire University describe into being a carer or being ‘cared-for’ within an initiative that involved a user and carers in the health and social care system. teaching part of their MSc in Applied Studies Unfortunately our colleague, Clare Wenger, in Ageing and Mental Health. This is who has served many years on the QiA especially valuable in contributing to a Editorial Board, was in a position to offer just multidisciplinary and interprofessional such http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Quality in Ageing and Older Adults Emerald Publishing

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Publisher
Emerald Publishing
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Copyright © Emerald Group Publishing Limited
ISSN
1471-7794
DOI
10.1108/14717794200800008
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Abstract

Ron Iphofen I have been asking contributors for some time moved fast enough – but they certainly can’t to consider sending in articles relating to their be as comprehensive as one might hope and own personal and/or practice experience. such practices clearly still creep in. Quality in Ageing has never been solely an One way of contributing to best practice is academically oriented journal. We have always to ensure that the perspectives of those being sought to make distinct contributions to policy cared for, and those doing the caring, are well and practice from a firm evidence base. This embedded in professional education and by no means rules out commentary papers on training programmes. Susan Benbow and policy or careful accounts of personal insights colleagues at Staffordshire University describe into being a carer or being ‘cared-for’ within an initiative that involved a user and carers in the health and social care system. teaching part of their MSc in Applied Studies Unfortunately our colleague, Clare Wenger, in Ageing and Mental Health. This is who has served many years on the QiA especially valuable in contributing to a Editorial Board, was in a position to offer just multidisciplinary and interprofessional such

Journal

Quality in Ageing and Older AdultsEmerald Publishing

Published: Jun 1, 2008

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