The mission of The Journal of Geriatric Emergency Medicine (JGEM) is to improve emergency health care for older adults by providing an open access, peer-reviewed, quality education and dissemination platform giving providers in all disciplines the evidence they need to enhance emergency care for older adults.

JGEM is published quarterly and is available online for free. The editorial team is working towards indexing in PubMed Central. Manuscripts can be concurrently viewed on the Geriatric Emergency Department Collaborative homepage.

JGEM is currently accepting submissions in all article categories offered. The journal does not consider single case reports or letters to the editor/noninvited commentaries. JGEM does not charge article processing or open access publication fees. See Author Guidelines for more information.

If you are interested in volunteering to serve as a peer reviewer, please contact Stephanie Steger, Managing Editor. stephanie.steger@aah.org

Current Issue: Volume 2, Issue 12 (2021) Winter

Original Research


Polypharmacy and High-risk Medications in Older Veterans Presenting for Emergency Care
Paige Morizio, Vinita Mistry, Ashley McKnight, Marc Pepin, William Bryan, Ryan Owenby, Laura Previll, and Luna Ragsdale

Topic Supplements

Collective Wisdom: Editorial