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COVID-19, Mental Health and Aging: A Need for New Knowledge to Bridge Science and Service

As the COVID-19 pandemic spreads around the world, many are starting to see the first waves of epidemiological data and know that it disproportionately impacts older adults. However, with this still being a new and rapidly evolving global crisis, there is currently very little known about its broade... Full description

Journal Title: The American journal of geriatric psychiatry 2020-07, Vol.28 (7), p.695-697
Main Author: Vahia, Ipsit V
Other Authors: Blazer, Dan G , Smith, Gwenn S , Karp, Jordan F , Steffens, David C , Forester, Brent P , Tampi, Rajesh , Agronin, Marc , Jeste, Dilip V , Reynolds, Charles F
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Language: English
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Publisher: England: Elsevier Inc
ID: ISSN: 1064-7481
Link: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/32278745
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  • Blazer, Dan G
  • Smith, Gwenn S
  • Karp, Jordan F
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  • Agronin, Marc
  • Jeste, Dilip V
  • Reynolds, Charles F
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  • Mental Health Services - trends
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  • Pandemics - prevention & control
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  • Pneumonia, Viral - prevention & control
  • Pneumonia, Viral - psychology
  • psychiatry
  • Quarantine - psychology
  • SARS-CoV-2
  • Suicides & suicide attempts
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description: As the COVID-19 pandemic spreads around the world, many are starting to see the first waves of epidemiological data and know that it disproportionately impacts older adults. However, with this still being a new and rapidly evolving global crisis, there is currently very little known about its broader impact on mental health. Clinicians are gaining early experiences around a range of issues that are highly relevant to the mental health care of older adults in the context of COVID-19. Retrospective studies of the 2003 SARS epidemic found that rates of suicide among older adults spiked during the period of the epidemic. This finding highlights the urgency for studying the mental health impact of COVID-19 in real time, so that its adverse impact can be anticipated and minimized.
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