New Issue Now Available: Vol. 26 No. 4 (December 2023)


We are pleased to announce that a new issue of the Canadian Geriatrics Journal (CGJ) is now available online! As always, our content is open access and freely available. To view the Table of Contents and read articles from this issue, please visit:

Highlights from this issue include:

ACP Conversations with Chinese and South Asian Patients: Physicians’ Perspectives of Barriers and Facilitating Factors
Avantika Vashisht, Gloria Gutman, Taranjot Kaur

Prevalence of Acetylsalicylic Acid Use for Primary Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease Amongst Older Adults From 2017—2021: a Retrospective Cross-Sectional Study
Jennifer Bolt, Arden R. Barry, Colleen Inglis, Stephanie Lin, Jeffrey Pan

Addressing the Main Barrier to Sarcopenia Identification: Utility of Practical Office-Based Bioimpedance Tools Vs. Dual Energy X-ray Absorptiometry (DXA) Body Composition for Identification of Low Muscle Mass in Older Adults
Angela G. Juby, Christopher M.J. Davis, Suglo Minimaana, Diana R. Mager

Thank you for your continued interest in the CGJ and we hope that you enjoy reading the contributions from this issue.


Are you looking to get involved with CGJ? Here’s how:

Submit Your Manuscript: The CGJ publishes papers dealing with aging and the clinical care of older persons and welcomes original research, short reports, reviews, guidelines, perspectives, editorials, commentaries, letters to the editor, and reflective pieces. View our Author Guidelines for more information and learn more about the benefits of publishing with CGJ.

Become a Reviewer: Reviewers play an integral role in ensuring the high standards of the CGJ are met through evaluating manuscripts and providing constructive criticism to editors and authors. For information about becoming a reviewer visit the “For Reviewers” page on our website.