Journal Boards

Editor-in-Chief

Emre SENOL-DURAK

Bolu Abant Izzet Baysal University, TURKEY

http://dergipark.gov.tr/@emresenoldurak

Editor

Mithat DURAK

Bolu Abant Izzet Baysal University, TURKEY

http://dergipark.gov.tr/@mithatdurak

Editorial Board

Emine AKSOYDAN

Baskent University, TURKEY

Jocelyn ANGUS

Victoria University, AUSTRALIA

Mateen ANSARI

University of Southern California, USA

Anne Leonora BLAAKILDE

University of Copenhagen, DENMARK

Anita N. BLOWERS

University of North Carolina at Charlotte, USA

Anna C. FAUL

University of Louisville, USA

Sara CARMEL

Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, ISRAEL

Mary Martin GILHOOLY

Brunel University, ENGLAND, UK

Aaron HAGEDORN

University of Southern California, USA

Rolf HEINZE

Ruhr-University of Bochum, GERMANY

Andrea HELMER-DENZEL

Baden-Wuerttemberg Cooperative State University, GERMANY

Josef HILBERT

The Institute for Work and Technology (IAT), GERMANY

Tinie KARDOL

Free University Brussels, BELGIUM

Habil Thomas KLIE

Protestant University for Applied Sciences Freiburg, GERMANY

Giovanni LAMURA

The Centre for Socio-Economic Research on Ageing, ITALY

George LEESON

University of Oxford, ENGLAND

Donna LISI

Barnabas Health, USA

Pi-Ju (Marian) LIU

Purdue University, USA

Ariela LOWENSTEIN

The University of Haifa, ISRAEL

Gerhard NAEGELE

Technical University of Dortmund, GERMANY

Yael NETZ

Wingate Institute, ISRAEL

Sevnaz SAHIN

Ege University, TURKEY

Katrin SCHNEIDERS

Koblenz University of Applied Sciences, GERMANY

Terence SEEDSMAN

Victoria University, AUSTRALIA

Dena SHENK

University of North Carolina at Charlotte, USA

Nina SILVERSTEIN

University of Massachusetts Boston, USA

Bilgen TANELI

Uludag University, TURKEY

Nil TEKIN

Narlidere Nursing Home, Elderly Care, and Rehabilitation Center, TURKEY

Füsun TORAMAN

Antalya Training and Research Hospital, TURKEY

İsmail TUFAN

Akdeniz University, TURKEY

Secretary

Ferhat AYDIN

Çanakkale Onsekiz Mart University, TURKEY

http://dergipark.gov.tr/@ferhataydin 


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The National and Applied Gerontology Association (NASAG) is a leading non-profit organization in Turkey that promotes healthy and productive aging via evidence-based research. The utilization of multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary research in gerontology is crucial in integrating research, practice, and policy, given the need for evidence-based programming to improve the quality of life in old age. As an advocate for social action for older people, the NASAG is particularly concerned that public policies are strongly and genuinely focused on supporting and protecting the most vulnerable, marginalized, or disadvantaged older people.