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Editorial

Published:August 23, 2016DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jagp.2016.07.020
      This report from Raji and colleagues at UCLA marks the inauguration of a new feature in the Journal: intensive case studies that exemplify either the novel application of cutting edge methodology to diagnostic assessment and/or the use of intervention research to advance the treatment of older adults with mental disorders. In both instances the intent of this series is to illustrate the bridging of science and clinical service in novel, exciting, and informative ways. I have invited Jordan Karp, M.D., to serve as the editor for this series. In the months to come you can anticipate some extremely interesting and scholarly case presentations that enact the best of our science at the bedside.
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