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Elder Mistreatment: Abuse, Neglect, and Exploitation in an Aging America (2002)
Committee on National Statistics (CNSTAT)
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Front Matter
i-xvi
Executive Summary
1-8 (skim)
1. Introduction
9-33 (skim)
2. Concepts, Definitions, and Guidelines for Measurement
34-59 (skim)
3. A Theoretical Model of Elder Mistreatment
60-70 (skim)
4. The Occurrence of Elder Mistreatment
71-87 (skim)
5. Risk Factors for Elder Mistreatment
88-103 (skim)
6. Screening and Case Identification in Clinical Settings
104-120 (skim)
7. Evaluating Interventions
121-139 (skim)
8. Research Ethics
140-149 (skim)
9. Moving Forward
150-152 (skim)
References
153-164 (skim)
Appendix A: Elder Mistreatment Measures and Studies
165-180 (skim)
Appendix B: Analysis of Elder Abuse and Neglect Definitions Under State Law
181-237 (skim)
Appendix C: Elder Abuse and Neglect: History and Concepts
238-248 (skim)
Appendix D: Biographical Sketches
249-258 (skim)
10. Elder Mistreatment: Epidemiological Assessment Methodology
259-302 (skim)
11. Ethical and Policy Issues in Research on Elder Abuse and Neglect
303-338 (skim)
12. The Clinical and Medical Forensics of Elder Abuse and Neglect
339-381 (skim)
13. Financial Abuse of the Elderly in Domestic Settings
382-445 (skim)
14. Elder Abuse in Residential Long-Term Care Settings: What Is Known and What Information Is Needed?
446-500 (skim)
15. Elder Abuse Intervention: Lessons from Child Abuse and Domestic Violence Initiatives
501-526 (skim)
Index
527-552 (skim)

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