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Aging

The process of investigating a company's accounts receivable according to how long individual invoices have been outstanding. Analysts can use aging to identify bad debt and/or problems with the company's credit policy.

aging

A technique for evaluating the composition of a firm's accounts receivables to determine whether irregularities exist. It is carried out by grouping a firm's accounts receivables according to the length of time accounts have been outstanding. For example, a financial analyst may use aging to determine whether a firm carries many overdue debtors that may never pay their bills.
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I HAVE worked as a gerontology nurse for the past 25 years, undertaking a number of different roles over that time, from registered nurse, charge nurse, nurse educator, to clinical manager, facility manager and interRAI assessor.
Gerontology is the study of the social, psychological and biological aspects of aging.
chief of the Division of Geriatric and Palliative Medicine and director of the Institute of Gerontology.
In return, it will acquire an undisclosed, but likely majority percentage, stake in Gerontology Solutions stock.
Although gerontology was ranked seventh and eighth out of 10 work areas, 76 percent of the students liked working with the elderly.
According to Cummings, Galambos, and DeCoster (2003), the predictors associated with aging-related employment for MSW graduates were gerontology knowledge, frequency and quality of contact with older adults, a gerontology internship, and undergraduate gerontology course work.
Unlike volumes on historical gerontology that suffer from their eclectic forays into cultural history, medical arcana, or a tedious explication of some old-age policy conundrum, all of the essays in Aging in the Past focus on the demographic status of the elderly in the context of living arrangements, widowhood, and mortality after retirement.
Administration on Aging, the demand for gerontology skills will become even more acute.
These are among the findings of an evaluation, conducted by the Institute of Community Health Care, of the first two years of the gerontology acceleration programme (GAP).
If this initiative is being supported, the gerontology center will have a social orientation.
The Department of Gerontology will add this class to their curriculum in an effort to help students understand how to meet the growing need for aging services in a person centered and entrepreneurial way.
provide a revised and updated edition of their introduction to aging and mental health for psychology students, academics, and practitioners in gerontology, as well as service providers in psychology, psychiatry, social work, and nursing.